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Hue

Hue Review (Nintendo Switch)

Can you imagine what your world would look like without colours?

Super Cane Magic Zero Review

Played in co-op, Super Cane Magic Zero can be fun. It still has issues though, and you're not likely to put up with them playing by yourself.
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Heavy Rain Review (PC)

Now available on PC, Heavy Rain doesn't have the most engaging gameplay, but its story more than makes up for it. It still looks great too.
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Red Faction Guerrilla Re-Mars-tered Review (Switch)

Now available on Nintendo Switch, Red Faction Guerrilla Re-Mars-tered lets you reduce buildings to rubble absolutely anywhere.
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Collection of Mana Review

Whether you've never played a Mana game before or hold the series close to your heart, if you love JRPGs you simply need Collection of Mana in your life.
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Monster Jam Steel Titans Review

If you love monster trucks you might get a kick out of Monster Jam Steel Titans, but your fun is likely to be very short-lived.
War Tech Fighters 4 (1)

War Tech Fighters Review

Like the idea of building your own mech and taking it out to engage in epic space battles? You probably ought to give War Tech Fighters a go.
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Car Mechanic Simulator Review

Fancy performing maintenance on cars but don't want to do actual hard work or get dirty? Car Mechanic Simulator might just be the game for you.

Dandy Dungeon: Legend of Brave Yamada Review

A simple RPG infused with a hilarious reality-twisting story, I can guarantee that you won't have played anything else quite like Dandy Dungeon.
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Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night Review

Koji Igarashi is back with Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night, and it has definitely been worth the wait. Metroidvania fans need this in their lives.

The Sinking City Review

It won’t scare your socks off, but if you can avoid getting bogged down by The Sinking City’s clunkier elements, there’s enough to enjoy here. 
samurai shodown

Samurai Shodown Review

Samurai Shodown is back, and for fighting game fans it's likely to prove to be a bit of a treat thanks to its varied characters and deep mechanics.

Chook & Sosig: Walk the Plank Review

Chook & Sosig: Walk the Plank is an adorable point-and-click that can be enjoyed by all ages and skill levels.
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F1 2019 Review

Whether you're an F1 fan or just really like racing games, F1 2019 is simply brilliant despite feeling a little familiar at times.
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Judgment Review

Judgment is more than “more Yakuza”; it’s a markedly different beast that, despite using assets from Yakuza 6, re-introduces you to Kamurocho through a new set of eyes.

Mini-Mech Mayhem Review

With a colourful board at your fingertips, PSVR exclusive Mini-Mech Mayhem puts tabletop carnage and strategy right in front of your eyes.
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Leisure Suit Larry: Wet Dreams Don’t Dry Review

Leisure Suit Larry is back with Wet Dreams Don't Dry, and he's still trying to get laid. Will you help him? You can try, but it's not much fun.
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Forza Horizon 4: LEGO Speed Champions DLC Review

Forza Horizon 4's LEGO Speed Champions DLC is the type of game that you can't help but play with a silly grin permanently glued to your face.
Dragon Star Varnir 3 (1)

Dragon Star Varnir Review

It's not going to be remembered as a classic, but thanks to its engaging story and fun combat, Dragon Star Varnir is one of the best JRPGs available on PS4.
Contra Anniversary Collection (1)

Contra Anniversary Collection Review

The games included in Contra Anniversary Collection may be old, but they're still a hell of a lot of fun to play. It's heaven for run 'n' gun fans.
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