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Reviews are an in depth look into the latest PC, PS4, Xbox One and Nintendo Games and how much we at MGL would recommend them to our readers. We cover all the big formats and focus on Indie Game Reviews too to support their games. We'll be regularly covering all the latest Reviews on MGL, following our policies as listed out for you here.

Outlast 2 Review

Outlast 2 is a first person survival horror game that shares a name and tone with its predecessor – but is it something worth playing. What makes a horror game scary and what makes...

Dreamfall Chapters Review

The Dreamfall saga began way back in 1999 on the PC with The Longest Journey. The second game in the series, Dreamfall: The Longest Journey, continued the story on the original Xbox in 2006....

Aaero Review

When you get a game, people often judge it against what its contemporaries of the same genre are doing. Weigh up what it does well, what it does badly and how it therefore stacks...

Persona 5 Review

My expectations for Persona 5 (before the Persona 5 review copy appeared) were through the roof as it approached release. A game that not only reaches but surpasses such a lofty bar deserves praise....

Loot Rascals Review

I am back with another indie game to check over gamers. This time you get my full Loot Rascals review featuring what is a colourful, interesting Roguelike game from Hollow Ponds with a sense...

Troll And I Review

If you’ve been on MGL before you know we give indie games a place to really show what they can do. One I was looking forward to this year particularly was a really interesting...

Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 & 2.5 Remix Review

You may remember Kingdom Hearts from such articles and videos around the web as “Where the hell is Kingdom Hearts 3”? And “When will Square Enix actually release the next Kingdom Hearts game, it’s...

Telltale Guardians of The Galaxy Episode 1 Review

More Telltale Games series gamers? Well I’m certainly Hooked on a Feeling for them recently (see my Walking Dead Reviews here if you like) and O-O-H Child have I been looking forward to playing...

Lego City Undercover Review

Originally released on the Wii U back in March 2013, TT games decided to let other consoles in on the fun and decided to release it on all current-gen consoles. Plus we get added...

Yooka Laylee Review

Yooka-Laylee was originally announced back in 2012 as ex-Rare employees stating that they wanted to make a spiritual successor to the 'Banjo-Kazooie' franchise, which was developed by Rare and was a successful, well loved...

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