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New Releases: January 27th-February 2nd, 2022

This week, Uncharted and Life is Strange receive remasters, Pokémon Legends: Arceus pushes the franchise into a semi-open world, and there’s a barrage of sprite-based, 2D, action platforming. Additionally, Taiko no Tatsujin: The Drum Master! ...

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Serious Sam: Siberian Mayhem review

Sam’s latest outing sticks to what the series does best: tossing players in fields with dozens of shrieking kamikazes and galloping Kleer. Beyond your usual arsenal, Siberian Mayhem offers a few new ways to put ...

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Dimension Tripper Neptune: TOP NEP mini-review

Hyperdimension Neptunia spin-offs have witnessed the Goddesses undertaking everything from idol careers (Producing Perfection) to tackling a faux-MMO (Cyberdimension Neptunia: 4 Goddesses Online). Here, Nep Nep and the girls revisit the arcade action era, taking ...

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Mushroom Wars 2 (Xbox One review)

Mushroom Wars 2 offers factions of fractious fungi, vying for domination of each landscape. If you are craving a serving of real-time strategy without the burdens of resource gathering and complex tech-tree, these ‘shrooms make ...

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New Releases: January 20th-26th, 2022

These week, Agent 47 offers a compendium of kills, Windjammers gets a sequel 28 years after the original game, while “Older Neptune” takes to the skies in an Afterburner-style shooter. For visual novel fans, the ...

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Labyrinth Legend review

Heavy on action but easy on role-playing, Labyrinth Legend can make for an engaging experience for players who don’t mind a bit of grinding. Labyrinth Legend (not to be confused with 20212’s Labyrinth Legends) makes ...

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Demoniaca: Everlasting Night review

What if Castlevania relinquished its weapons and added Street Fighter II-style controls? Demoniaca: Everlasting Night blends the two titles, but the fusion isn’t as fun as hoped. Demoniaca: Everlasting Night’s introductory text crawl is mercifully ...

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Mary Skelter 2 (PC) review

While it’s great to see Idea Factory/Compile Heart’s grisly dungeon crawler makes its way onto PC monitors, the lack of graphical options and the removal of fan-service tarnishes the experience. Media industries have a tendency ...

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