Monster Hunter Generations Review

Monster Hunter Generations can be a tough game to love. It isn’t going to treat you nice–if you’re having trouble with a battle, no hint screen pops up pointing out the obvious
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Warriors All-Stars Review

In yet another attempt to wring some more cash out of its famous Musou series (or Dynasty Warriors and its spin-offs, to you and I), Tecmo-Koei have had the bright idea of releasing a game in the
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Windbound Review – Against The Wind

For my first few hours with the new roguelike survival game from Five Lives Studios, I walked a knife’s edge–blissful relaxation on one side, speedily encroaching anxiety on the other.
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Sonic Forces Review

From its opening stage, Sonic Forces displays a number of issues that are emblematic of the journey ahead: Its insistent tutorial messages interrupt your initial sprint down a winding road, the
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Rocket League Switch Review

Rocket League was a phenomenon when it debuted in 2015, and two years later it shows no signs of slowing down. The unorthodox sports game is a mix of soccer and vehicular acrobatics that’s
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Headlander Review

If you’ve ever stepped into Samus Aran’s boots for a Metroid adventure, you’ll instantly recognize parallels in Headlander’s world structure, outfits, and animations. It
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Paper Mario: The Origami King Review

The Paper Mario series thrives on a clever irreverence that can be hard to maintain. Its outlandish scenarios mash the absurdist, dreamlike world of the Mushroom Kingdom and the mundanity of the real
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