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Avicii Invector review

You might assume that a fondness for electronic dance music is a prerequisite for enjoyment with Avicii Invector. But the late artist, as well as this game, push at formula. As such, both transmit a ...

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Gleamlight review

Gleamlight‘s world of glass is particularly prickly one.  The game’s scant, ambiguous storytelling won’t make an impact. With inelegant collision detection and a vampiric health system, combat won’t win your over either.  Pity the poor ...

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Nexomon: Extinction review

Although Nexomon: Extinction doesn’t offer comprehensive innovations, the game’s clever deviations provide an experience that should charm monster-catchers of all ages. From the vaulted recipe for Coca-Cola, Kentucky Fried Chicken’s blend of eleven secret herbs ...

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Runestone Keeper review

Runestone Keeper is ideal for when you want a dungeon-delving, monster-murdering, experience but don’t have hours to spare. While the board-game like approach doesn’t offer much storytelling, the traditional role-playing dilemmas are here in condensed ...

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Giraffe and Annika review

Isolated from intense shooters and strategy games that require cognitive workouts, Giraffe and Annika is a breezy and habitually beautiful six-hour adventure. But could it be a bit too serene? Mediums like film and television ...

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Zero Strain review

An arena-shooter with MOBA-esque aspects, Zero Strain’s visual cacophony can initially be overwhelming. Adjust to the chaos, and masochists might find a bit of enjoyment. At first glance, Zero Strain resembles a twin-sticker shooter like ...

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Faeria (Switch) review

As collectable card games go, Faeria is a winner, capable of providing hours of tactical delight. But as an always-online game, don’t expect to play any mode without an internet connection handy. Given the availability ...

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Heroes of Hammerwatch Ultimate Edition review

With a diminutive 301-megabyte footprint, and a gameplay loop that’s perfect for brief sessions, Heroes of Hammerwatch makes a compelling case for residency on your memory card. Those seeking a twin-stick action dungeon crawl elevated ...

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