The good place?
As Mortal Kombat 11 nears, one third of the Codec Moments team and two special guests reminisce over the impact of the genre on their lives.
This week Stuart reviews Yoshi's Crafted World, Generation Zero, Xenon Racer, and the new Turtle Beach Battle Buds.
You'll have red on you.
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A survival RPG that introduces new complexities to the genre but ultimately suffers in its balance between ambition and execution.
This week's Scotch Corner gets all stealthy with Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice and in Left Alive, but counters that with brutal Mortal Kombat 11 action.
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Like living in Escher's subconscious.
Two games, one date.
Listen-up agents! It's time to take back Washington D.C. from the Black Tusk in The Division 2.
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This week batters you into submission with a review and interview on Dead or Alive 6, and coverage of RICO and The Occupation.
Matt, Andy and Ali discuss some classic games from a decade ago.
Better fight your way through the lines to read interviews with Ubisoft and Capcom, and find out the scores for Ape Out, new Turtle Beach headphones and The Division 2.
These aren't the walking dead...
Have EA shot themselves in the foot releasing two big online shooters so close together?
Scrambling to new heights.
This week sees Devil May Cry 5 under the review microscope (and an interview with the game producer), Trials Rising gets picked over, and ToeJam and Earl make a welcome return.
Stick 'em up, punk!
February has flown past, but has it brought any leaderboard changes?
Give me a lever long enough and an R2 button on which to place it, and I shall rule the online world... maybe.
This week is all about getting online with your friends - the Warhammer Chaosbane closed beta, Anthem and Crackdown 3... plus a new headset.
When is a game not a game?
Just one more go...
Up the creek without a paddle.
This week's Scotch Corner has a motorsport flavour with DiRT Rally 2.0 stealing the show from The Grand Tour, whilst a Switch game brings up the rear.
Handles like it's on rails.
Everything floats down here...