Pokken Tournament DX Review

The Nintendo Switch has had a very successful first year thus far and one of the system’s most popular games so far is Mario Kart 8 Deluxe, a port of[……]

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NBA 2K18 Review

The NBA 2K franchise has been going on for nearly two decades and has managed to probably be the most consistently good annual sports game franchise in that time. Releasing[……]

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ARK: Survival Evolved Review

With the widespread usage of Early Access these days, there are some games that feel like they have been out forever, but they still haven’t been officially released. That is[……]

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In the Name of the Tsar

Battlefield 1: In the Name of the Tsar Review

Battlefield 1 is raising the bar with its second expansion, In the Name of the Tsar, thanks to its wealth of quality content. The newly implemented gameplay material manages to[……]

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Life is Strange: Before the Storm Episode 1 – Awake Review

The adventure genre of games has seen a great resurgence in recent years, with Telltale Games’ The Walking Dead really leading the charge with its episodic content. Deciding to take[……]

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The Long Dark

The Long Dark – Wintermute Episode 1 and 2 Review

Three years ago, The Long Dark entered Early Access and began its length journey towards the anticipated story mode, Wintermute. After what has felt like an eternity surviving solely in[……]

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Warriors All-Stars Review

Koei Tecmo has long been the king of the hack and slash genre with their long history of games developed by Omega Force that include series like Dynasty Warriors and[……]

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Absolver Review

Absolver is a tactical, melee-focused action game that has online interactivity residing at its core. Sloclap has taken a familiar yet unique approach in their inaugural game, creating a standout[……]

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Sonic Mania Review

Sonic the Hedgehog has had a bit of a rough go at it since its glory days, most notably in more recent years. Sega tried to go back to the[……]

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Yakuza Kiwami Review

Let’s take a trip back to the glory days of the PlayStation 2, specifically 2005, when Yakuza (known in Japan as Ryū ga Gotoku) first hit the scene. Japan was getting its first[……]

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