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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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Resident Evil 7: Biohazard Review | Many Happy Returns

Welcome to the family, and welcome back to survival horror, Resident Evil. We’ve missed you.

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Owlboy Review | Back to Heartful Tales

A title that doesn’t fear to approach gameplay through a beautiful atmosphere, and a sweet story.

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Yakuza 0 Review | Welcome to The Glamorous Life

The latest entry to release outside of Japan, Yakuza 0, is a prequel to the entire series involving mainstays Kazuma Kiryu and Goro Majima. So how does the game fare? Find out in our Yakuza 0 Review!

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Aurion: Legacy of the Kori-Odan Review | A Thrilling African Fantasy

Aurion is an Action RPG with an unbelievably fresh take on fantasy settings, engaging and unique main characters, and some half-baked combat.

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Steep Review | Fresh Powder, Stale Moves

Steep can be quite fun if it would just learn to be its own thing.

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Assassin’s Creed: The Ezio Collection Review | An Unnecessary, But Great Collection

While this Assassin’s Creed collection does bring forward the most popular series of games in the long running franchise, the degree to which they’ve gone unchanged …

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Pokemon Sun and Moon Review | Alola Adventure!

Pokemon Sun and Moon is a perfect crystalization of the series as a whole. Simple yet deep gameplay, creative creature designs, and a surprisingly well told story, all while not being afraid to mix up its conventions in a novel way.

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Dishonored 2 Review | Go Your Own Way

Dishonored 2 Review | Go Your Own Way

Dishonored 2 is a good game marred by too many issues.

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Watch Dogs 2 Review | Just Living in A Hackers Paradise

Watch Dogs 2 forms its own identity while keeping the spirit of series intact delivering a digital world that’s much more that just a fantasy.

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Civilization VI Review | War (Almost) Never Changes

Civilization VI is perfect for gamers itching to play an updated Civ V, but it’s focus on offensive military tactics will not appeal to everyone.

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