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Ratchet & Clank Rift Apart Ratchet PS5

Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart Review

A fantastic platforming adventure with high production values, we just wish it had a larger variety of enemies.
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Edge of Eternity Review

An epic fantasy turn-based game with lots to experience but needs some tightening.
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Backbone Review

Backbone offers beautiful graphics and evocative music, though it takes some shocking swerves as the plot progresses.
Guilty Gear Strive

Guilty Gear Strive Review

Guilty Gear Strive is another solid addition to the long-running series, but certain concessions make the overall package feel lacking.
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The Sims 4 Dream Home Decorator Review

A renewed focus on gameplay sets Dream Home Decorator apart as some of the best downloadable content that The Sims 4 has seen in years.
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Sumire Review

Sumire is a short, yet charming and bittersweet story of a perfect day and a magical adventure
Nacon Pro Compact

Nacon Pro Compact Review

After weeks with this controller, I still prefer the standard controller due to its great design and feel but if you can stomach the feel in your hands, this is a really solid controller with plenty of unique perks.
Between Two Castles of Mad King Ludwig

Between Two Castles of Mad King Ludwig Review

Between Two Castles of Mad King Ludwig Combines Tile Laying At Semi-Cooperation To Create Spiraling Castles With Slightly Complicated Scoring.
Cloudpunk City of Ghosts

Cloudpunk - City of Ghosts Review

City of Ghosts almost feels more like a sequel than a DLC, with new storylines and surprisingly long playtime. If you liked Cloudpunk, this is a no-brainer. If you loved Cloudpunk, you'll like what it has to offer.
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Rising Hell Review

Rising Hell successfully captures the genre's addictive nature through its relative simplicity and adherence to personalization.
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Castle Flipper Review

Muddy graphics, repetitive missions, and persistent technical failings make Castle Flipper a historical building simulator in dire need of renovation.
Mountain slopes in Carve Snowboarding on Oculus Quest

Carve Snowboarding Review

Carve Snowboarding does a lot of things well, but it's held back by lack of multiplayer support and limited level selection. Still, for a fast-paced VR snowboarding experience, this game definitely delivers.
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Stonefly Review

Flight School Studios delivers an enjoyable experience with Stonefly. While the concept of King of the Hill combat is unique it's hard to feel it could have taken it a bit further. Exploration and upgrading your rig is an enjoyable and rewarding experience.
Resident Evil Village

Resident Evil Village Review

I got a story as confident as it is weird. I got a cast of characters with blistering charm. I got an experience that moved from the stuff of nightmares to the stuff of dreams — weird, haunting, and maybe a little deeper than I originally gave it credit for. I got a Resident Evil game. And it might be one of the best so far.

Mayhem In Single Valley Review

A wacky adventure romp with lots of variety and control troubles.
Thrilling highway action in Fast and Furious Highway Heist

Fast And Furious Highway Heist Board Game Review

Fast And Furious: Highway Heist combines tactical coop gameplay with a perfect blending of the bombastic film franchise for a one-of-a-kind experience.
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Uk'otoa Review

Fight to protect your factions from the Great Leviathan in Uk'otoa. Ensure your meeple are safe and secure while others fear Uk'otoa's wrath in this 'semi' coop tabletop game from Darington Press.
A final assault as the rebels hold out against the Saxons

Iron Harvest: Operation Eagle Review

Hefty additions of new story campaign and new air units make this DLC feel like a worthwhile addition to the original.
The Longest Road on Earth

The Longest Road on Earth Review

The Longest Road on Earth works like a video game Rorschach test. You paint a little of yourself onto the canvas of the story and that, in turn, is what you get from it.
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Solasta: Crown of the Magister Review

Solasta: Crown of the Magister seeks to give players the closest D&D 5e experience they can get without picking up any dice. While there are a number of bugs and glitches to work trough Solasta delivers a fun and challenging experience.
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Don't Forget Me Review

Don't Forget Me is a game with an interesting premise of memory removal and dystopian futures that falls flat on its face for a variety of reasons.
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Aluna: Sentinel Of The Shards Review

Aluna: Sentinel of the Shards presents a unique setting and interesting storyline, but struggles to break out of the hack'n'slash monotony.
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Rust Console Edition Review

Rust Console Edition manages to capture the same brutally difficult experience from the PC version, but a poor control scheme and outdated mechanics make the overall game frustrating for fans.
Super-Skill Pinball 4-Cade

Super-Skill Pinball 4-Cade Board Game Review

Super-Skill Pinball 4-Cade perfectly captures the feeling of playing a game of pinball with little more than a small token, two dice, and near-perfect game design.