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NieR: Automata Review | Flashy Epic Robot Fights

NieR: Automata is a flawed but wholly enjoyable action RPG with epic fights and epic-er bosses.

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Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon: Wildlands Review | Dismantling the Cartel Over, and Over

Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon: Wildlands is extremely repetitive, has terrible vehicle controls, and is full of wooden characters that you won’t care about for a second. But somehow it manages to be great addictive fun.

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Shovel Knight: Specter of Torment Review | Ghoulish Greatness

Shovel Knight Specter of Torment is a prequel to the grand adventure that manages to have dark moments, tragic yet endearing heroes, and some more fresh and exciting gameplay to enjoy.

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Psychonauts In The Rhombus of Ruin Review | Psychonauts VR

Psychonauts In The Rhombus of Ruin is a charming VR episode filled with puzzles, psychic abilities and the quirky humor that Psychonauts is known for. It feels like a fresh update to the classic point and click formula and does a good job bridging the gaps between Psychonauts and Psychonauts 2.

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Night In The Woods Review | Punk Cats and Creepy Ghosts

Night In The Woods is a charming and well-executed slice of American life in a small town with some minor pacing issues but a lot of heart.

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Halo Wars 2 Review | An Exhilarating Yet Familiar Journey

With fast paced combat, fluid controls, and some novel multiplayer modes, Halo Wars 2 adds up to a flawed but uniquely fun strategy experience

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For Honor Review | Feel The Blade

With a brand new combat system and engaging world, For Honor is shaping up to be a redefinition of 3D fighters. Check out our review here!

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Gravity Rush 2 Review | Head in the Clouds

Here’s our Gravity Rush 2 review – it’s overall a solid game. You’d clock in over 40 hours playing Gravity Rush 2, but the flight is worth it.

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Nioh Review | Samurai Souls

Nioh is a confident and proudly Japanese Action RPG from its setting and characters to its weapons and monsters. Equal parts difficult and rewarding.

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Double Dragon IV Review | Fighting ‘Round The World

Double Dragon IV will satisfy fans of the franchise and is a welcome celebration of its 30 year history. But they may have forgotten what made the past games so memorable.

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Tales of Berseria Review | Sympathy For The Devil

Tales of Berseria is a dark tale of revenge that doesn’t fall into adolescent ideas of edginess. A revenge tale of desire and want versus logic and pragmatism that doesn’t exactly reinvent the wheel, but is still absolutely solid.

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The Flame in the Flood PS4 Review | A Light in the Dark

I was slightly hesitant before trying out The Flame in the Flood on the PlayStation 4, I didn’t want to jump into an experience I’d basically already played before. But when I first landed on the start screen I was greeted by a sweet southern harmonica, a booming river, and a lone crow’s calls; it set the tone for a marvellous adventure that calmed all my concerns.

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Mainlining Review | l33t h@ck3r5 0n1y

Developer, Rebelephant, release their point and click hacking simulator, Mainlining, where you use hacking skills to take down the bad guys.

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