The Aquatic Adventures of the Last Human (TAAotLH) may not be very long but what’s here is exemplary of how a simple game can still be excellent. With little to no dialogue, TAAotLH manages to spin a tale of the futility of humanity’s that will […]

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I’m glad that Pokkén Tournament made the transition from arcade units to console. The combat isn’t over-simplified but still hasn’t hit the kind of difficulty that requires an academic understanding of a single fighter just to be able to use them. Changing up the move […]

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Ratchet & Clank Review

Ratchet & Clank is so much fun, so beautiful, and so rewarding to play. There are always loads of goals to work towards, and you’re never doing the same thing for too long. This is just how this kind of game should be. It isn’t […]

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Enter the Gungeon is a challenging roguelike dungeon crawler with guns. Even if you don’t have the bullet hell survival skills to progress quickly, the random nature of the game means you’ll still have fun discovering new things all the time. The gameplay is strongly […]

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Objectively speaking, Bravely Second: End Layer is a well-crafted, quality JRPG. It’s also basically the same game as Bravely Default, for better or worse. There are new jobs, abilities and specials, a new mini-game, and all the strongest components of the original make a comeback—which, […]

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With an update to the textual elements, balancing of plug-ins and the inclusion of some actually challenging levels to complement the [...]

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Aside from the animation and voice acting, I don’t consider this to be a good remaster. For the relative lack of anything new, they could have just put this out as a re-release with minor technical improvements, and it would have been just as good. […]

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Quantum Break Review

Quantum Break is a game I think a lot of people are going to enjoy as it’s highly innovative as well as visually unique. It also includes great performances from familiar faces, a wealth of interesting ideas and memorable gameplay that is as stylish as […]

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Nights of Azure Review

As someone who consumes a lot of anime and JRPGs, I was fairly disappointed with what Gust offered with Nights of Azure. The game is mostly bogged down with stylistic, design and gameplay issues, which left very few elements of the title actually to be […]

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At the end of the day, Deponia Doomsday is a game that many people are probably going to really like, especially for fans of the series and those who are very forgiving of these games not having thoughtful puzzles. But as a newcomer, it did […]

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