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Dynasty Warriors 9 Review | Crushing Armies

Dynasty Warriors 9 goes open world for the first time in the series. And it leads to problems. A lot of them.

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Shadow of the Colossus PS4 Review | Still a Classic

Shadow of the Colossus was an amazing game back in 2005. Now thanks to Bluepoint Games, It is an amazing game in 2018.

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Hand of Fate 2 Review | Refreshing Hand

Hand of Fate 2 is an intriguing mix of deck-building tabletop RPG with hack and slash action. It is rough, but utterly enthralling.

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Monster Hunter World Review | Jurassic Loot

Monster Hunter World is the series’ triumphant return to consoles. The monsters are bigger, and the hunting is better than ever.

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Vostok Inc. Review | On the Money

Vostok Inc. is a combination of twin-stick shooter and capitalism simulator that fully succeeds as both and proves to be one of the most addicting games of the year.

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Floor Kids Review | Back To The Beat

Floor Kids from MERJ Media is a break dance battle game. With hand-drawn animations, a soundtrack from Kid Koala, and a unique rhythm-based dance system, Floor Kids is a must play for hip-hop and rhythm game fans

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A Hat In Time Review | Hatters Gonna Hat

A Hat In Time is a nostalgia-fueled 3D platformer where you travel to colorful worlds and find hats that give you new abilities. It suffers from issues with pacing and some gameplay elements but ultimately proves an enjoyable time.

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Battle Chef Brigade Review | Hot Stuff

Battle Chef Brigade, from Trinket Studios and Adult Swim Games, is a loveable mishmash of genres that supersedes the sum of its parts to be one of the year’s most unique and enjoyable experiences. While there are some minor annoyances, they’re easy to look back with a winning gameplay formula, a strong cast of characters, and a world that’s easy to get lost in.

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Pokémon Ultra Sun and Moon Review | Ultra Similar

Pokémon Ultra Sun and Moon are the definitive versions of the seventh generation Pokémon games, but not a whole lot more.

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Star Wars Battlefront II Review | Pile of Sith

Star Wars Battlefront II was a solid enjoyable multiplayer experience with an alright campaign… then EA happened.

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Wulverblade Review | Brawl or Nothing

Wulverblade is an update to the classic brawler formula that proves bloody and enjoyable. The world and art style is stunning, and the gameplay makes for an ideal Switch experience.

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Call of Duty WW2 Review | Blandest Hour

Call of Duty WW2 was sold as going in a bold new direction by returning to the trenches of World War 2. In reality, it’s more of a retread.

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Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus Review | Taking America Back

Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus (PS4 Review) features one of the most memorable campaigns in years with delightfully gory gunplay and is truly special.

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