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After the middling Automatron and Wasteland Workshop, Bethesda Game Studios’ Fallout 4: Far Harbor is a triumphant return to form from the creators of great
How does Naughty Dog’s much-vaunted final chapter match up to the others? Will we remember Uncharted 4 when the book is closed?
Eon Altar is a role playing game developed by Canadian studio Flying Helmet. It’s in early access at the moment, but the very first episode is ready to go for review.
Into the Stars by Fugitive Games is a Space Simulation Survival game that draws from multiple sources and produces a flawed but intriguing experience.
The pixel art world of the Deer God is elegant and captivating, however after a decidedly underwhelming and short lived play-through much of the game leaves something to be desired and in some cases causes the game to break down.
It’s crazy rewarding to chuck a ball at your friends face, but the repercussions are always the worst. Instead, try Stikbold: A Dodgeball Adventure. It’s got all the co-op and multiplayer action you could want and no one has to get nailed between the eyes.
Unlike the other Legend of Zelda, remakes the visuals in Twilight Princess are only a slight improvement at best, but that doesn’t stop it from still being one of the best experiences in Hyrule’s history.