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‘Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout’ review: a hilarious, non-violent battle royale alternative

A manic 60-player variety game show you can’t help but fall for

‘Skater XL’ review: the closest gaming has gotten to the real thing

It doesn’t quite stick the landing, but boy does it look good in the air

‘Carrion’ review: a blood-soaked sci-fi horror that loses its way

Its intriguing become-the-monster premise peters out all too soon

‘Röki’ review: A wild and vivid adventure inspired by Scandinavian folklore

Enchanting places and colourful critters worth exploring and meeting

‘Destroy All Humans! Remake’ review: a neat package of a bygone era

Black Forest Games’ loving homage of this 2005 relic is worth its weight in nostalgia

First Look: ‘Crash Bandicoot 4: It’s About Time’ proves the franchise can evolve – into something better

Potentially the best ‘Crash Bandicoot’ entry to date, but the ability to play as other characters raises concerns about the overall pace of the game

‘Creaks’ review: A transportive fairytale that’s hard to leave behind

Beautiful, atmospheric and bursting with ideas and artistry

‘Paper Mario: The Origami King’ review: Not quite an RPG, but a classic Mario adventure

Not the perfect blend of Mario, world wandering and RPG elements, but it never particularly tries to be

‘Kingdom Hearts: Dark Road’ review: less of a game, more a simulation of one

It plays itself… which is helpful, as you won’t want to

‘Ghost Of Tsushima’ review: a serene samurai simulator paired with a lacklustre storyline

Sucker Punch’s newest samurai epic has plenty of minor flaws, but it looks and feels amazing to play, and sometimes that’s all that matters
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