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Ghostrunner Review

Ghostrunner is an action-packed cyberpunk adventure full of speedy action. Graphically speaking, Ghostrunner really feels like a next-generation experience. The level design and combat feel satisfying and well-done, although bosses could have been better.
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I Am Dead Review

It's not often that a game has been able to address the celebration of life, though death, quite like I Am Dead.
Pandemic Legacy Season 0

Pandemic Legacy Season 0 Review

Pandemic Legacy Season 0 is hands-down the best game in the Pandemic Legacy series.
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The Walking Dead: Saints & Sinners Tourist Edition Review

Aside from some graphical limitations, The Walking Dead: Saints & Sinners is an excellent experience and one of the best the Quest has to offer
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GONNER2 Review

GONNER2 has tight platformer shooter gameplay that can sometimes become difficult to parse through the game's unique aesthetic style.
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Pumpkin Jack Review

Pumpkin Jack's delightful NPCs, boss battles, visuals and music outweigh the clunky platforming and uninspired combat. This is the perfect game to ignite your Halloween Spirit.
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Terror Squid Review

Terror Squid is a well-made arcade title with interesting gameplay, but there is nowhere near enough content to keep players occupied for long periods.
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Ray's The Dead Review

Ray's The Dead is entirely unique, and features a visual style I will still be talking about in years to come. That doesn't mean that the game isn't deeply flawed.
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Disc Room Review

Avoiding discs and dying a lot never felt so good with Disc Room. With plenty of different abilities and unique obstacles and zones, Disc Room is a tight package that is sure to satisfy.
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Horace Review

When Horace is good, it's a touching, thrilling experience. When it's bad, it's overly frustrating and too reliant on the dreaded pop culture references.
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The Walking Dead: Onslaught Review

A sturdy and satisfying combat system is let down by a narrative that feels like it's barely trying - though crushing a zombies skull is a must-have experience for VR newbies.
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My City Review

My City is an easy to learn and play board game for 2-4 players. While there isn't any direct interaction with other players each of you is trying to place tiles on a board to most efficiently build your city to earn the maximum points. Story mode might be hard to get 4 consistent players for but it's still worth a shot.
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Ring Of Pain Review

Ring of Pain has some slight issues that hamper its replayability but, overall, its a dark, atmospheric and well rounded addition to the card rogue-like genre
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Amnesia: Rebirth Review

Strong gameplay and atmosphere don't make up for obvious plot twists. However, Amnesia: Rebirth is still worth playing for the things it does right.
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AquaNox: Deep Descent Review

Decent controls can't save this game from being aggressively bland, boring, and average.
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Zoids Wild: Blast Unleashed Review

Takara Tomy is trying to bring Zoids back to the West with the help of this latest 3D Fighter. And after playing it, they'll need to try a bit harder.
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Alwa's Legacy Review

Alwa's Legacy is a love letter to the Metroidvania genre and 16-bit gaming in general. It's said that imitation is the sincerest form of flattery. In that case, Igarashi will be blushing. It doesn't always make for a good game, though. Alwa's Legacy is an enjoyable and pretty adventure that's too formulaic to be truly memorable.
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Noita Review

Noita is a truly great experience that should only be played by those with patience
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9 Monkeys of Shaolin Review

9 Monkeys of Shaolin is a nostalgic look back at old-school beat em' up games that is improved by charming visuals and light RPG mechanics.
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Onee Chanbara Origin Review

Onee Chanbara Origin isn't a great game, but it has much more fun combat and smoother visuals than previous entries in the series.
Twisted Fables

Twisted Fables Review

Twisted Fables may seem limited in card pools for each character, but there’s a lot of depth to each and they all feel strongly unique. 1v1 is great, but the real magic happens in 2v2 with working out great team combos in conjunction with your own deck-building. There’s a lot of fun to be had working out how each character works, and also how to make them work effectively against each of the other fighters. The random card element won’t be for everyone, but anyone who likes deck builders will find a tight game with a lot of longevity.
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Werewolf: The Apocalypse - Heart of the Forest Review

Werewolf: The Apocalypse - Heart of the Forest is a bold introduction to the eco-friendly side of World of Darkness. Also, there are werewolves.
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Darksburg Review

Darksburg struggles to find its ground as it attempts to pull ideas from too many different genres.
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Star Wars: Squadrons Review

Star Wars: Squadrons provides fulfilling and authentic gameplay, but fails in almost every other department. The story, map variety, and technical performance are subpar and keeps me from coming back.