Content by Steven Burns
VideoGamer Plays, August 27th 2016
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Deus Ex: Mankind Divided’s politics are undermined by disappointing and inconsistent world-building
Eidos Montreal’s latest is one of the most overtly political AAA games in years, but its execution doesn’t match its ideas.
Hitman: Episode 4 – Bangkok Review
Out with a bang.
No Man’s Sky, old games, and why day one patches aren’t all bad
Hello Games’ extensive patch for its space-faring sim has raised a few eyebrows, but don’t kid yourself everything was better in the old days.
Which is better: Aladdin on Mega Drive, or Aladdin on SNES?
With GOG.com re-releasing a handful of old Disney platformers, we’ve taken the opportunity to settle an old argument: which version of Aladdin is the best?
Is PES 2017 the greatest football game of all time?
Hands-on with a slower, more methodical follow up to last year’s classic.
No Man’s Sky and the terrible power of hype
Hello Games has created a game with near limitless planets to explore, but its biggest challenge will be competing against the imaginations of its players.
Quadrilateral Cowboy Review
Why Sonic Mania will be the best Sonic game for years
It’s been a while since the last good Sonic game, and yet it appears that Sonic Mania might actually be good (I know, I know). Here’s five reasons why.
Hitman: 5 other famous people we’d like to see as targets
We’ve had Gary Busey. Who’s next?