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Thumbsticks brings you the best reviews and analysis of the most notable video game releases (and play terrible games so you don’t have to).

The Callisto Protocol

The Callisto Protocol review

Fourteen years after Dead Space, Glen Schofield has gone back out into the endless dark. His new game,…
Marvel's Midnight Suns

Marvel’s Midnight Suns review

A XCOM-like tactical RPG from from Firaxis? Based on an enormous roster of Marvel superheroes? That sounds like a 99% chance of success.
God of War Ragnarök review

God of War Ragnarök review

Ragnarök foretells the death of many Norse gods, and here, possibly the God of War series itself. Would it make a fitting farewell for the Ghost of Sparta?
Bayonetta 3

Bayonetta 3 review

Bayonetta 3: Bayonetta and the Multiverse of Madness? Not quite, but it may as well be at times.
Backbone One review

Backbone One review

Does the Backbone One live up to the promise of turning your smartphone into a video games console?
A Plague Tale: Requiem

A Plague Tale: Requiem review

A Plague Tale: Requiem, follow-up to 2019's Innocence, is bigger, bolder, flashier, and even more rat-filled, if that's possible.
Scorn

Scorn review

Eeurrrgh. That is the mood, and indeed the mission, of Scorn, the debut game from Ebb Software.

Easy Come, Easy Golf review

Clap Hanz's special brand of golf makes its long overdue Nintendo debut with Easy Come, Easy Golf on Nintendo Switch. Has it been worth the wait?
Return to Monkey Island keyart

Return to Monkey Island review

They say you can't go home again, but with Guybrush Threepwood's spectacular Return to Monkey Island, Ron Gilbert and Dave Grossman would beg to differ.
Splatoon 3 artwork

Splatoon 3 review

Splatoon 3 continues to do what the series does best with another explosion of colourful action underpinned by a sublime gameplay loop.
Gerda: A Flame in Winter

Gerda: A Flame in Winter review

Gerda: A Flame in Winter is a narrative-driven RPG, set in occupied Denmark in 1945. Rarely do narratives come more driven than that.
Immortality key art

Immortality review

Immortality is the new game from Sam Barlow, but what does that mean, exactly?
mothmen 1966

Mothmen 1966 review

A lurid 60’s West Virginia, paved in pixels, beckons you to Mothmen 1966, like a human to fine interactive fiction.