Not every great video game is entirely original, and Liam’s here to take us through some of the best knock-offs gaming has had to offer.
JoinedAugust 20, 2020
Liam is a student journalist who loves all things art, whether it's music, manga or even cheesy 40+-year-old martial arts movies — but his first love will always be video games. From the side-scrollers of old to today’s picture perfect open-worlds, there’s nothing he loves more than a night in with this week’s big release.
Spider-Man and Final Fantasy VII lead this second instalment of Liam's look back at 2020's myriad remakes, remasters and re-releases.
With the same old-school gameplay and plenty of welcome additions, Crash Bandicoot 4: It’s About Time is a worthy addition to the series.
Despite its late release and all of its issues, Cyberpunk 2077 showed enough to take Liam's vote as 2020's Game of the Year!
For better or worse, Liam looks back through some of the most notorious remakes, remasters and re-releases of the past year.
Kingdoms of Amalur’s remaster did little to change the game: the combat and character progression are as timeless as ever, but everything else is still eight years old.