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Overwatch looks incredible and plays fantastically, there’s simply not enough content here to continue after the first several hours. Read more

Do You Even Game Bro?

Blizzard tackle the FPS genre and prove once again why they are still a force to be reckoned with in the gaming sphere Read more


Overwatch offers 21 highly-varied characters to try and master, but it’s held back by limited game modes and a lack of depth. Read more


“Before we get to my verdict, I have to hold my hands up and say that I have an undying hatred for most multiplayer FPS games – and I’ll be openly honest about this; it’s because I suck at them and need to Git Gud or I’ll die trying. Now there are a few hand selected hero/class based FPS games that I adore and with that being said; my aim isn’t to piss off the die hard fans of Team Fortress 2, but Overwatch blows it sky high, out of the water and any other analogy you want to throw at it. So far, Overwatch has made me rage quit more times than Bloodborne, Dark Souls and the Spiderman 2 game on PlayStation 2 back in 2004 (Damn you, Doctor Octopus!) but really, I suppose that’s all part of its charm. Die, re-spawn, die, kill someone, scream with excitement and die because I wasn’t paying attention – I kept running back with my tail between my legs to try a new character and ultimately become cannon fodder for the better players. The game mechanics are extremely easy to learn, can be enjoyed by anyone who decides to pick up the controller and the large selection of characters really does make the game alot of fun. It’s really, really difficult to pinpoint anything actually wrong with the game – However If I had one tiny criticism, It would be that I wish we were able to open loot boxes between games and didn’t have to return to the main menu.” Read more

Tech Raptor

“As I played Overwatch for hours and hours over the course of this month, I couldn’t help but continue to wonder what we lost in the transition that turned Blizzard’s next MMO into a team-based FPS. The heroes of this game give so much character in their small interactions and dialogue; it’s tantalizing to think how much more of that development is now lost on the cutting room floor.” Read more


Blizzard has decided to launch a completely new property in a genre it has yet to explore. The result is Overwatch, and as someone who has been playing first-person shooters since the days of Wolfenstein 3D and the original DOOM, it is one of the most fun and exciting games to come out of the genre in years. There are some things that need to be mentioned up front when discussing Overwatch. Read more

Gamer Assault Weekly

Evan reviews Blizzard’s Overwatch, a game of fast and frantic combat that is complex thanks to a wide variety of characters and abilities. Read more

Cinema Blend

Overwatch really went overboard when building up to yesterday’s release with larger-than-life action figures placed all over the world and beautifully-animated shorts. But it sure paid off, because this is probably one of the best multiplayer games I’ve played all year. Read more

Fox News

Overwatch is a beautifully created world with great back stories and depth to its characters. Read more


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