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Shin Megami Tensei V: Vengeance review

The most soul-crushing post-apocalypse.

Dave Aubrey
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Shin Megami Tensei V: Vengeance review

The most soul-crushing post-apocalypse.

Dave Aubrey
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V Rising review: Good game, awful timing

V Rising is a solid survival crafting game in a sea of far too many.

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Destiny 2: The Final Shape review in progress

Destiny 2's latest expansion promises to be its most important, but what if you haven't played in a few years?

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MultiVersus review in progress: what happened?

MultiVersus' full launch is here after a year of being offline, and it's worse now.

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Songs of Silence Early Access review: A gorgeous auto-battling feast for the eyes

Our Songs of Silence Early Access review goes into what this gorgeous auto-battler and 4X strategy hybrid has to offer.

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Wuthering Waves is out and our review investigates whether the open-world RPG can really put genre leader HoYoverse under pressure.

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Paper Mario: The Thousand Year Door review – the best Mario RPG

Paper Mario's GameCube classic is still the best Mario RPG.

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Imagine Earth Switch review: A clever and creative city builder

Our Imagine Earth Switch review explains what makes this 4X game unique among strategy games and why it's so smartly designed.

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F1 24 review: drivers parade

F1 24 shows how EA Sports’ series has reached its full maturity.

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Another Crab’s Treasure review: better boiled in butter

Another Crab’s Treasure innovates on the soulslike genre by switching up some of its staples.

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XDefiant review: COD meets Counter-Strike

XDefiant is Ubisoft's latest free-to-play shooter with a competitive angle.

Dave Aubrey
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Ghost of Tsushima PC review: sharper than ever

Ghost of Tsushima is a work of art on max settings on PC.

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Cupid Parasite: Sweet and Spicy Darling review – an unbalanced flavor profile

While there are definitely parts I enjoyed about Sweet and Spicy Darling, there was a lot left to be desired.

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Senua’s Saga: Hellblade 2 is an impressive piece of art trapped in the wrong medium.

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Fabledom review: Manor Lords meets fairytale dating sim

Fabledom is a surprisingly solid city-builder that could have made more of its unique spin and theme.

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Lorelei and the Laser Eyes review: A peerless puzzler

Simogo delivers a stylish puzzler no fan of the genre should miss out on with Lorelei and the Laser Eyes. Read more in our review.

Josh Broadwell
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Animal Well review: deeper than it looks

Animal Well is a unique metroidvania that knows just how to hook you through its many tricky puzzles.

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Paper Trail review: An inventive and delightful puzzle game

Paper Trail is one of the most creative puzzle games we’ve played in ages, and our Paper Trail review breaks down what makes it work so well.

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Crow Country review: The best retro Resident Evil

Crow Country is heavily inspired by PS1 classics, and it's fantastic.

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Homeworld 3 review: A majestic space odyssey that falls short of being stellar

Homeworld 3 shows some of same innovative spirit as its predecessors in our review, but falls short of their greatness.

Marco Wutz
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Sand Land review: Tough tanks and funky footwork

Akira Toriyama's cult classic story finally gets the appreciation is deserves.

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Minishoot Adventures review: The Legend of Bullet Hellda

Minishoot Adventures is exactly what it says on the tin, a top-down Zelda-inspired twin stick shooter, and it’s polished to a mirror finish.

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King Arthur: Legion IX review – Roma Aeterna but it’s a fever dream

The King Arthur: Legion IX review goes into how solid combat and a unique setting carry the janky presentation of the tactical RPG.

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Hades 2 Early Access review: A divine delight

Supergiant Games is cooking a perfect sequel with Hades 2, our Early Access review of the game finds.

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