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    Monster Hunter Generations was hands-down the best version of the “traditional” style Monster Hunter games when it released, and Ultimate [...]

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    I applaud Bungie for taking risks with Forsaken, because most of them work well. Destiny 2 was in desperate need of new content, engaging […]

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    Strange Brigade is a fun but simple co-op shooter, wrapped in an enjoyable aesthetic with a hilarious narrator and unusual looking characters. Its [...]

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