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Shaq Fu: A Legend Reborn Review

Shaq Fu: A Legend Reborn can be a bit tedious at times due to the sheer number of enemies it throws at you. It can also be a lot of fun too, though.

Sushi Striker: The Way of Sushido Review: Drama, Battles, and Lots of Raw Fish

Sushi Striker: The Way of Sushido is a story-heavy strategy puzzle game from Nintendo, available now on 3DS and Switch.
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Review: Fox n Forests is a Wonderful Throwback to 16-Bit Platformers

Whether you're young or old, Fox n Forests is a great 2D platformer that blends classic gameplay with modern sensibilities.

MotoGP 18 Review: Déjà Vu

While Milestone's latest addition to the MotoGP franchise will undoubtedly please hardcore fans, MotoGP 18 is a little too much deja vu for the average player.

Die for Valhalla! Review: Violent Possession

Die For Valhalla! manages to be something quite different while still tickling that old-school side-scrolling beat 'em up vibe.
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Review: Onrush is an Enjoyable Assault on the Senses

Loud, energetic, and a whole lot of fun, Onrush is a team-based arcade racer that just begs to be played online. And you really should.
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Review: Vampyr Doesn’t Suck

Giving you the choice to embrace your vampiric tendencies or suppress them, Dontnod Entertainment's Vampyr is an ambitious title that mostly impresses.
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Review: STAY is Equal Measures Fascinating and Frustrating

I've never played a game with a narrative so simple yet as instantly captivating as STAY's is. Unfortunately, it's let down by very poorly designed puzzles.
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Review: Aragami: Shadow Edition is My Kind of Stealth Game

Bundling up the base game with its new expansion, Nightfall, and more, those who fondly remember old-fashioned stealth games like Tenchu, really ought to give Aragami: Shadow Edition a try.

Mulaka Review: No Urban Legend

In a time where people want to build walls, Mulaka chooses to create a bridge. One between us and the Terahumara people. I can’t help but be thankful, but on top of that, it's a damn fun game in its own right.

Hyrule Warriors: Definitive Edition Review

Taking Dynasty Warriors and applying a Zelda lick of paint, Hyrule Warriors: Definitive Edition is a must-have for fans of both series.

Smoke and Sacrifice Review: Compelling Survival

It's hard not to fall in love with Smoke and Sacrifice, simply because it is a beautiful game. But you shouldn’t pick up this game for the aesthetics alone; its whole design and premise is on point.

Review: Ikaruga is Yet Another Essential Switch Port

For fans of bullet hell shooters, Ikaruga needs no introduction. Well, now it's available on Nintendo Switch, and it's just as good as ever.

Detroit: Become Human Review: Ham-Fisted Androids

For a game that relies so heavily on its narrative to carry it, Detroit: Become Human fails to excel.
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Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection Review

If you grew up playing Street fighter games, the Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection is absolutely essential. New fighting game fans will like it as well though.

Yoku’s Island Express Review: Pinball Love

There are plenty of 2D platform games out there. There’s also a lot of pinball games out there. But what about a game that combines both? Enter Yoku’s Island Express.

Pillars of Eternity 2: Deadfire Review: Wonderfully Complex

Carefully crafted and complex, but never offensively so, Pillars of Eternity 2: Deadfire will satisfy even the most demanding role-playing gamer.

Omensight Review: A Mystery Worth Solving

If you're in need of an easy-to-pick-up hack and slash RPG, you can't go far wrong with Omensight.

Review: It’s Easy to Love I Hate Running Backwards

Spinning the scrolling shooter genre on its head, it doesn't take long for you to fall in love with I Hate Running Backwards.

Dark Souls Remastered Review: It’s Dark Souls, But Better

If there's one thing better than Dark Souls, it's Dark Souls Remastered. Makes sense, doesn't it?
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