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Hyrule Warriors: Definitive Edition

This Zelda-themed hack-and-slash bonanza is no Breath of the Wild, but it’s mindlessly entertaining enough

For all the plaudits the Legend of Zelda series has earned over the last three decades, it hasn’t half lent its name to a load of tosh as well. While Hyrule Warriors ranks a notch above the motion-controlled Link’s Crossbow Training and the co-operative stodge of Tri-Force Adventures, you shouldn’t head into it with your expectations anywhere near Ocarina of Time levels.

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This months issue, we look at the best essentials to take with you on your hols, we also have a first look at the Sonos Beam soundbar, plus the latest TV from OLED masters LG and a first test of the Nest Hello smart doorbell.