SPYxANYA: Operation Memories Review | PC

By nine_toes, 14 Jul 2024

The anime Spy x Family took the world by storm when it aired in Spring 2022. Its wholesome premise

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    DROS Review | Nintendo Switch

    By agentCookie, Posted 14 Jul 2024

    The cover of the title DROS, encompassing a teal-green theme and showcasing a knight in rough shape with black goo stuck to his back, somehow managed to grab my attention simply w

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    Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 Review | Xbox Series X

    By nine_toes, Posted 09 Jul 2024

    Dragon Ball has always had a special place in my heart, as it was one of the first anime I consumed as a child. It’s a show that has shaped the childhoods of millions, and i

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    Luigi's Mansion 2 HD Review | Nintendo Switch

    By SnowWhite, Posted 03 Jul 2024

    There have been varying comments from Nintendo fans about the announcement of Luigi's Mansion 2 HD. To some, the prospect of seeing this adorable story again in a Switch adapt

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    Noreya: The Gold Project Review | PC

    By AtillaTuran, Posted 02 Jul 2024

    Nowadays, when a game with a 2D side-scrolling aspect shows up, most people cater to the feeling that the game has to have roguelike elements. Sprinkled with the basic approach of

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    Shin Megami Tensei V: Vengeance Review | PlayStation 5

    By nine_toes, Posted 15 Jun 2024

    The Shin Megami Tensei series is among the most extensive RPG franchises to date, and Shin Megami Tensei V: Vengeance on the next-gen console is a remarkable entry in the fra

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    Nine Sols Review | PC

    By R3GR3T, Posted 12 Jun 2024

    The Dark Souls trilogy and its many counterparts in the Souls-like genre have left their mark in the gaming industry, we’ve had more than our fair share of absolute gems, bu

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    Botany Manor Review | Xbox Series X

    By R3GR3T, Posted 30 May 2024

    Just as you think you’ve seen it all when it comes to puzzle games, that rare but new gem pops up and it absolutely blows you away with how it can redefine a genre. Well, Ba

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    Astor: Blade of the Monolith Review | PC

    By R3GR3T, Posted 30 May 2024

    Big ambitions are never in short supply when it comes to game development, simply because of how massive the industry is. C2 Game Studio is the prime example of how far big ambiti

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    Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door Review | Nintendo Switch

    By Rayan, Posted 27 May 2024

    It is hard to imagine that playing a game of papercraft would be so interesting. Drawing inspiration from Paper Mario, Intelligent Systems redefined the series as an approachable

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    Hauntii Review | Nintendo Switch

    By SnowWhite, Posted 24 May 2024

    Hauntii is a story-driven twin-stick shooter developed by Moonloop Games and published by Firestoke. Ghost stories have been told in countless video games, and the popularity

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    Heading Out Review | PC

    By Varagan77, Posted 07 May 2024

    In a landscape dominated by frenetic action and expansive digital realms, Heading Out emerges as a bastion of narrative-driven gaming, echoing the essence of classic cinematic sto

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    Tales of Kenzera: ZAU Review | PC

    By R3GR3T, Posted 23 Apr 2024

    Every now and then, we get a game that doesn’t just give us a great time, it also teaches us a few things like a revelation. Nobody is ever ready for what comes when a loved

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    Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Arcade: Wrath of the Mutants Review | PC

    By AtillaTuran, Posted 23 Apr 2024

    Arcade games back in the day were either a complete hit or a miss, and you could find which games were the hit just by looking at the lines people would gather behind the machine.

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    Phantom Fury Review | PC

    By AtillaTuran, Posted 22 Apr 2024

    Without a shadow of a doubt, boomer shooters have become an entirely distinct genre, and we are allowing developers to construct their own worlds with the old-style first-person s

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    Eiyuden Chronicle: Hundred Heroes Review | PC

    By R3GR3T, Posted 21 Apr 2024

    Remember the days of playing Final Fantasy 7, Dragon Quest, or even Fire Emblem? Those were the days of spending hours on a JRPG that just keeps you hooked with its combat and sto

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    EVERSPACE 2 PC Review

    By R3GR3T, Posted 06 Apr 2023

    Rockfish Games might not be known by everybody, before their rebrand, they were formerly known as Fishlabs Entertainment. Fishlabs Entertainment spearheaded 3D mobile gaming for n

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    Life of Delta PC Review

    By DShelley, Posted 09 Apr 2023

    The world has gone amock, the conflict between robots and organics has risen to the point where robots are being ripped to pieces, left, right and center and what do you do when y

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    Nine Sols Review | PC

    By R3GR3T, Posted 12 Jun 2024

    The Dark Souls trilogy and its many counterparts in the Souls-like genre have left their mark in the gaming industry, we’ve had more than our fair share of absolute gems, bu

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    Shin Megami Tensei V: Vengeance Review | PlayStation 5

    By nine_toes, Posted 15 Jun 2024

    The Shin Megami Tensei series is among the most extensive RPG franchises to date, and Shin Megami Tensei V: Vengeance on the next-gen console is a remarkable entry in the fra

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    Smalland: Survive The Wilds PC Review

    By R3GR3T, Posted 10 Apr 2023

    Merge Games might not be as well known as their competitors but their games definitely level the playing field. With games like Definitely Not Fried Chicken taking a fairly decent

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    Bright Memory: Infinite PC Review

    By Grayshadow, Posted 16 Nov 2021

    Bright Memory: Infinite is like playing through a 90s action film with lots of explosions, bad guys to kill, and a basic story to wrap everything together. It's a short a

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    Sherlock Holmes The Awakened PC Review

    By R3GR3T, Posted 12 Apr 2023

    Frogwares definitely seems like an odd game development studio, but they have their hearts set on bringing as much of Sherlock Holmes to us as possible, with a dark twist. Their m

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    DE-EXIT – Eternal Matters PC Review

    By R3GR3T, Posted 17 Apr 2023

    SandBloom Studio initially started out as a small game development studio in Barcelona. With only two releases behind them, it would seem like they have a long road ahead of them

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    New Super Bros. U Deluxe Nintendo Switch Review

    By Grayshadow, Posted 15 Jan 2019

    The Wii U was one of Nintendo's biggest failures but despite this, the system has some strong exclusives and New Super Mario Bros. U was not one of them. Given the N

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    Noreya: The Gold Project Review | PC

    By AtillaTuran, Posted 02 Jul 2024

    Nowadays, when a game with a 2D side-scrolling aspect shows up, most people cater to the feeling that the game has to have roguelike elements. Sprinkled with the basic approach of

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    Unruly Heroes PC Review

    By Woozie, Posted 24 Jan 2019

    Unruly Heroes begins with the sacred, harmony-preserving scroll in tatters and a plethora of malevolent creatures spreading chaos throughout the land. It’s then up to four h

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    DEEEER Simulator: Your Average Everyday Deer Game Nintendo Switch Review

    By LG18, Posted 07 Dec 2021

    The indie game boom has been one of the best things to happen to the medium: an unequivocal win for the artistry of video games and a strong statement to an industry with a lot of

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    Luigi's Mansion 2 HD Review | Nintendo Switch

    By SnowWhite, Posted 03 Jul 2024

    There have been varying comments from Nintendo fans about the announcement of Luigi's Mansion 2 HD. To some, the prospect of seeing this adorable story again in a Switch adapt

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    Labyrinth of Zangetsu PC Review

    By R3GR3T, Posted 22 Apr 2023

    Acquire, a Japanese game development studio, the same people who brought us the masterpiece that is Octopath Traveler, teamed up with Kaeru Panda Inc. to revive an old genre with

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    Strayed Lights PC Review

    By LCLupus, Posted 25 Apr 2023

    Every now and then a game like Strayed Lights comes along. This is the debut game of a company named Embers, and it tries to do a few new things with an established genre. Sure, i

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