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Samurai Shodown (PC) review

Samurai Shodown reinvigorates the series’ staccato pacing and defensive play, with stylishly drawn characters and backdrops. It’s a bit light on single-player content, but those seeking rivalries against local and online competitors should appreciate the ...

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Going Slideways with Drift21

To broaden appeal, racing games routinely include a drifting component. And if you’ve played franchises like Assetto Corsa, GRID, Need for Speed, or Project Cars, you’ve probably careening around the occasional corner. But dedicated drifting ...

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Missile Command: Recharged review

The 1980 coin-op classic returns with a faux-vector graphics look, power-ups, and new enemies. It’s minimalistic approach is reflected in its exceedingly affordable price.  When a remake of a beloved Atari classic is announced, disappointment ...

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Shantae and the Seven Sirens review

Everyone’s favorite half-genie is back, tasked with reconnoitering an immense sunken city. Beyond the inclusion of mechanics that speed up transformations and the addition of monster cards that complement your play style, cinematics from Studio ...

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Glorious Model O Gaming Mouse review

The Model O might not be the lightest mouse in the world, with a few extra grams devoted to styling RGB lighting. But the peripheral’s eye-grabbing design, quality internals, and skilled functionality should help catapult ...

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Solasta: Crown of the Magister preview

Solasta: Crown of the Magister bills itself as a “turn-based tactical RPG”, a broad term that could probably describe hundreds of different games. But Solasta’s pedigree helps place it above many of its peers.  The ...

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Super Mega Baseball 3 review

If you can get past the cartoonish looks and lack of licensing Super Mega Baseball 3‘s on-field performance means it’s a clincher on every platform, save for PlayStation 4.  Once a PlayStation exclusive, MLB: The ...

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