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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.

Monster Hunter World Review

The Monster Hunter World Review is a monster of a task itself. To condense a game with such depth is often difficult to do. But I imagine not quite as difficult as it was...

Bayonetta 1 and 2 Review (Nintendo Switch – Updated)

The witch is back, and she arrives on Nintendo Switch with both the original title, and the sequel which only released on Wii and Wii U. This means gamers, like me, that loved the original...

Skyforge Review

What kind of God will you choose to be, immortal? Welcome to my Skyforge Review where hopefully I can help you become the God you always knew you were! I first played Skyforge when it released on PS4 and...

Elex Review

What is Elex? An action RPG set in a futuristic post apocalyptic world where the player has to survive, adapt, form alliances and explore. You are on a quest to exact your vengeance against...

SteamWorld Dig 2 Review

SteamWorld Dig 2 is the latest game from Image and Form International in the Steamworld Series. It follows the story from the much praised SteamWorld Dig also Coming To Nintendo Switch Soon. You play as...

Nine Parchments Review

Magic! Colourful characters! Loads of spells to learn, enemies to defeat and --oh, I'm dead again. Welcome to my Nine Parchments Review that should hopefully prepare you for your upcoming magic exam. Developed by Frozenbyte, Nine Parchments...

Wolfenstein II The New Colossus Review

Are you ready to get out there and shoot up some Nazis? Well, you should be as first person shoot-em-up Wolfenstein is here with its latest game in the series. One that took best...

Nights of Azure 2: Bride of the New Moon Review

In Bioshock, there's always a lighthouse. For Koei Tecmo's "Nights of Azure", there's always a lesbian hotel. Nights of Azure 2: Bride of the New Moon takes that concept to a new, unnecessary height....

Xenoblade Chronicles 2 Review

I've long-awaited my shot at the Xenoblade Chronicles 2 review. After my first dance with Xenoblade Chronicles X(review) - known to a few as my all-time favourite game - I knew I'd found something...

Middle Earth Shadow of War Review

One does not simply walk into Mordor. One bounds in, mounted on a Caragor with your own army of Orcs behind you! Welcome to the fun that will be my Middle Earth Shadow of...
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