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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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Danganronpa V3: Killing Harmony Review | Killer Twists

Danganronpa V3: Killing Harmony is a great continuation of an offbeat series, but its one clearly meant for fans and no one else.

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Super Mario Odyssey Review | Soaring to New Heights

Super Mario Odyssey is a culmination of the franchise thus far, and arguably stands as the pinnacle of the long-running series.

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Middle Earth: Shadow Of War Review | A New Ring

Middle Earth: Shadow of War is a sequel that improves on its predecessor in almost every way that counts. Save for some minor flaws.

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Golf Story Review | One Golf To Rule Them All

Golf Story is a fun and unique approach to sports and RPG games that proves a unique and enjoyable blend of the genres dressed in a nice looking retro skin.

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Echo Review | Killing Yourself To Live

Echo is a game from developers Ultra Ultra that pits you against yourself. It’s a tough stealth game that let’s you teach and un-teach your enemies how to kill you and treats each scenario like a puzzle.

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The Evil Within 2 Review | Splintered Mind

The Evil Within 2 is a notable improvement over the original. But creativity and personal expression can only hide so much.

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South Park: The Fractured But Whole Review | Bigger, Longer and Uncut

South Park: The Fractured But Whole outclasses its predecessor in every way imaginable – this quiet mountain adventure hardly misses a beat.

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