Puyo Puyo Tetris is an extensively featured puzzle game with so many ways to play on your own, with friends, or online. The diversity included makes it an excellent package for Tetris or Puyo Puyo, as well as equally commendable new mixes. While its story […]

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Yooka-Laylee Review

Despite the dozens of complaints I have, I still had a blast playing Yooka-Laylee. At its core, the characters feel great and play well. For all the frustrating time spent figuring out some environments, I spent plenty more blissfully collecting each and every item in […]

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Horizon Zero Dawn is an amazing first entry in what is bound to become a significant video game franchise. To establish such a rich fiction filled with interesting and nuanced characters, settings, cultures and politics is no small feat. To commit to combat mechanics built […]

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Dragon Ball Fusions Review

Dragon Ball Fusions is a clever idea executed messily. The sloppy localisation keeps the characters or scenarios from being as fun as they ought to be, while the monotonous structure means things get boring before they get fun. The premise of building a team of […]

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Gravity Rush 2 Review

Gravity Rush 2 is a pleasant, thoughtful and fun video game. Positivity oozes from its characters, settings and overall tone, but the story never shies from dark turns. There are several stories worth being a part of here, and dozens of great characters with which […]

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DEXED Review

DEXED is a shallow but pleasant VR shooter. Its variously themed yet consistently styled levels justify DEXED as a VR game, while the shooting itself feels more like an excuse to fly through said environments. It’s hard to not think of this as a trial […]

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Fruit Ninja VR

Fruit Ninja VR likely won’t surprise anyone with what it does, but it just might with how well it does it. Swinging swords feels good, and motion feels perfectly accurate while still being helpfully forgiving. The positive energy and whimsical aesthetic form a consistently fun […]

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Lethal VR Review

Lethal VR could maybe pass as a free VR launch demo. As its own thing it feels more like an internal tech demo, trying to communicate the most base mechanics of what could become a video game. Even said mechanics, though, are inept next to […]

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Dragon Ball XenoVerse 2 is a sequel to a very troubled game that makes little-to-no attempt to improve itself. If for some reason, you loved the first game and wanted more, here it is. If you like Dragon Ball, don’t mind repeating yourself for hours, […]

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Batman: Return To Arkham is a functional re-release of Arkham Asylum and Arkham City – and that’s it. Much of Asylum is shockingly dated and below modern standards, but it isn’t without its strengths. City, on the other hand, holds up greatly and offers a […]

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