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Samurai Warriors 5 review

Context in emphasized in Samurai Warriors 5, which adopts a tighter narrative focus. Complemented with a new art style and mechanics borrowed from other musou offerings, it helps offset a smaller cast of playable characters. ...

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Frostpunk – Complete Collection review

Far removed from the idealistic municipalities of Sim City, Frostpunk: Complete Collection will put you through the ringer, facing a succession of tough ethical decisions. But living with your choices might be the real challenge. ...

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Death’s Door review

Although the taut action will be recognizable to fans of action roguelikes, shrewd level design and a moody atmosphere separate Death’s Door from a flock of peers. The gaming industry relentlessly follows trends. When there’s ...

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Alex Kidd in Miracle World DX review

SEGA’s early ambassador deserves another shot, but a dutiful remastering of his 1986 debut might not be the best choice for Alex Kidd. While game historians might appreciate the update, Miracle World’s mechanics feel tragically ...

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Wingspan (Xbox One) review

Board game fans with even the slimmest interest in our avian associates will enjoy Wingspan’s clever play mechanics. Here’s a table-top adaptation that a sweet as a nightingale’s song. For many, table-top gaming was constrained during ...

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Ninja Gaiden: Master Collection review

Ninja Gaiden: Master Collection bundles a trio of iterations. Two of them aren’t as good as their predecessors and the third game is decidedly uneven. That said, the amount of dragon sword-cleaving enjoyment makes with ...

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Mighty Goose review

With plenty of tense action and a multitude of systems that counterbalance the intensity, Mighty Goose offers run-and-gun fans a honking good time. A quarter-century after Metal Slug was released, the game remains immensely enjoyable. ...

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MechWarrior 5: Mercenaries review

There are a scant number of mech simulations on the market and even fewer that get the essentials right. MechWarrior 5: Mercenaries has a few blemishes, but collectively they’re not bothersome enough to dilute the ...

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Biomutant review

Humankind is presumably extinct, with the fate of the world in the weapon-wielding paws of animals in Biomutant. This description doesn’t begin to touch on the layers of system and cultural references in the game ...

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Rise of the Slime

Tired of being role-playing fodder, slime strikes back at meddling adventurers in this deck builder. With modes that scale to accommodate novices to pros, Rise of the Slime is a gratifying experience for almost any ...

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