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Valkyria Revolution Review | Don’t Sign on This Liberation

So is Valkyria Revolution worth a look? My answer is no, not even for the diehard of diehard fans.

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Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy Review | A Bittersweet Memory

Crash Bandicoot is back and for better or worse he is N. Sane in the brain.

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Oceanhorn Review | Adventuring Better Left On Mobile

Oceanhorn is a nostalgia-driven love letter to Zelda that ultimately fails to capture the charm and spirit of the series it hopes to emulate. As a mobile game in 2013, it was a welcome addition to the mobile gaming sphere, but as a console port 4 years later, Oceanhorn falls flat.

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GNOG Review | VR Puzzler Heaven

GNOG is a charming and beautiful puzzle game out now on Playstation VR. It’s a virtual playpen of monster heads and colorful characters that grabs you in immediately and makes it hard to let go.

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ARMS Review | Packs a Punch

ARMS is a fighting game with a great foundation. But like its fighters, it sometimes stretches and comes up short in some areas.

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Fire Emblem Echoes: Shadows of Valentia Review | Old is New Again

Fire Emblem Echoes: Shadows of Valentia Review: This old-school remake offers plenty of great strategy moments, even if some modern elements are missing.

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RiME Review | Fall In and Let It All Go

Check out our review on Tequila Works’ RiME and discover why you need to dive in this story of fantasy and self-discovery.

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Friday The 13th The Game Review | Budget Slasher

Ki Ki Ki Ma Ma Ma. Friday The 13th The Game feels like a slasher movie. It’s bloody, a good time with friends, and clearly made on a budget.

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Prey Review | Choose Your Own Space Epic

Our Prey review in one sentence: it stands toe to toe with some of the best sci-fi games in recent years and is a new modern classic.

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World to the West Review | A Whole New World

World to the West has boisterous strongman nobles, innocent spellcasters, and exploding wombats. It is also a worthy sequel to Teslagrad and an adventure worth taking.

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Cosmic Star Heroine Review | Girl’s Got Style

Cosmic Star Heroine is the latest project by Zeboyd Games to bring a smile to my face. Glitches aside, it might just be the best thing they’ve made since Cthulhu Saves The World.

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The Sexy Brutale Review | Never-Ending Fun

The Sexy Brutale is the last creation from Cavalier Studios and Tekila Works. We played it recently and loved it altogether – discover why!

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Yooka-Laylee Review | Gliding on Wings of Nostalgia

For better and for worse Yooka-Laylee accomplishes exactly what it sets out to do. A throwback to a time when 3D platformers reigned supreme, but it holds on to nostalgia too closely, never quite coming into its own.

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