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Lost Judgment Review – The Perfect Sequel

Lost Judgment on PS4 Video game sequels can be pretty tricky to make, even for a successful title. While you’ve got an established IP and audience to work with, the tightrope of not changing things fans loved about the game while also creating enough new features to warrant a sequel can be hard to balance. Thankfully, Ryu Ga Gotoku Studio does just that with Lost Judgment, creating a perfect sequel […]

todaySeptember 16, 2021 1

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Microsoft Flight Simulator – Bergamo Orio al Serio Airport Review (Tailstrike)

Aerosoft and Tailstrike Designs recently released Bergamo Orio al Serio International Airport (LIME) for Microsoft Flight Simulator. While not as famous as the neighboring Malpensa, Bergamo has become an important airport for Northern Italy and the area of Milan specifically, especially as a low-cost hub primarily used by Ryanair. As such, it’s definitely a great addition for those who love flying in and to Italy. It’s also conveniently located near […]

todaySeptember 15, 2021 6

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Eastward Review – Go East, Young Sam

Eastward on PC The 2D pixel art aesthetic is back in vogue, as it has been for the better part of the last decade when we entered an indie games renaissance of sorts. And all of a sudden, we were getting charming-looking 2D pixel art games in spades. From the popular farming sim Stardew Valley to this year’s Loop Hero, it’s truly been an embarrassment of riches, but it’s not […]

todaySeptember 14, 2021 8

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Deathloop Review – Shoot, Sneak, Die, Repeat

Deathloop on PS5 Arkane Studios is well-known for innovative and novel game design, but it’s been forced to pivot its approach in recent years. Despite a consistently positive critical reception to several brilliant titles, including the excellent Dishonored series, interest in the first-person, immersive-sim genre of which it is a specialist just hasn’t been reflected in mainstream popularity. For its latest effort, then, an all-new IP called Deathloop, the developer […]

todaySeptember 13, 2021 1

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Get It Together! Review – Ware Frenzy Meets Fun

WarioWare: Get It Together! on Nintendo Switch Veterans of the WarioWare series know exactly what to expect when it comes to each new entry in the franchise, and the latest game, WarioWare: Get It Together!, is no different. If you’ve played any WarioWare game before, you’re probably already anticipating the fast-paced wackiness of this new title. Newcomers to WarioWare might be reading reviews like this one to try and figure […]

todaySeptember 9, 2021 1

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Tales of Arise Review – Tales Older Than Time

Tales of Arise Review on PS5 Tales of Arise is the newest entry in a decades-old JRPG franchise, and as a longtime fan, it sure feels like it — in both positive and negative ways. The callbacks to previous games in the series put a huge smile on my face, while the predictably familiar story beats had me groaning at my screen more than a few times. Like Final Fantasy, […]

todaySeptember 9, 2021 1

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Life Is Strange: True Colors Review

Life Is Strange: True Colors on PS5 Life Is Strange: True Colors comes from the talented team over at Deck Nine. Having released the prequel spin-off Life Is Strange: Before the Storm back in 2018, the studio proved itself as more than capable of nailing that indie Life Is Strange aesthetic and everything that encompasses. Now having played all five episodes of Life Is Strange: True Colors, I’d go as […]

todaySeptember 8, 2021 1

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F.I.S.T: Forged in Shadow Torch Review

F.I.S.T: Forged in Shadow Torch on PS5 The animals are certainly making a comeback. Biomutant brought its brand of kungfu-kicking awesomeness back in May, and we can expect the interesting looking Stray to surprise many when it eventually launches. In the meantime, if you are searching for a robust Metroidvania with challenging combat, then Ti Games and BiliBili’s F.I.S.T: Forged in Shadow Torch will be right up your alley. At […]

todaySeptember 7, 2021 1

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Mecha Knights: Nightmare Review – A Solo Love Song to Mecha Games

A few days ago, solo developer Damian Kubiak released the result of five years of work, Mecha Knights: Nightmare. The game is set in the near future, with humanity under seemingly unstoppable attack by monsters simply called “Reds.” No one knows what they actually are, but they appear to be determined to annihilate all of mankind, spreading quickly from south-eastern Russia into the Middle East, Europe, and Asia. The player […]

todaySeptember 3, 2021 1

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