Metal Gear Survive builds off of an excellent game to create something fundamentally different. Journeying through the dust and uncovering more [...]

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Moss Review

Moss is a lovely little game that applies VR in ways I’m excited to see develop. The simple platforming, puzzling and fighting aren’t anything fantastic on their own, but together in a precious little storybook world, and elevated by a VR perspective, they’re a delight. […]

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Dragon Ball FighterZ Review

I want to be clear that Dragon Ball FighterZ, at its core, is a great game that does so much right by Dragon Ball. At the best of times, this is essentially a perfect DB fighter. Outplaying an opponent in such a rapid, intense exchange […]

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The Inpatient Review

The Inpatient is a slow, unengaging walk through hallways with mechanical characters and irrelevant choices. It’s an incredibly disappointing [...]

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South Park: The Fractured But Whole is a fun and accessible RPG that falls right in line as a South Park product. Combat adds a minor layer of depth with the role of strategic placement in combat, balancing accessible simplicity with enough variables to keep […]

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Battle Chasers: Nightwar is a clever and well-conceived RPG with rewardingly deep turn-based battles. The excellent music and visual design more [...]

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Dragon Ball FighterZ looks set to be the best Dragon Ball game in a long time, but I’ve definitely been let down before. How well the final game teaches [...]

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Knack II Review

Knack II is a great example of a sequel making things right. A lot of the characters dampen the story as they did the first game, but Knack’s personality and the cartoony villains are enough to keep things entertaining. The strengths of the first game […]

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Patapon is an excellent idea executed badly. The focus on grinding fails to create a rewarding sense of progression when it boils down to entering the same basic patterns over and over. Throw in some more commands to use in more dynamic ways and speed […]

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Splatoon 2 Review

Splatoon 2 is a wonderfully fresh feeling game. Though it isn’t a huge step from the first game, everything feels broader here while still being notably more refined. Topping off the core multiplayer modes with a fun campaign and great co-op mode means there’s a […]

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