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The Falconeer review

Can we call aerial combat involving giant birds, “dogfighting”? Even if the moniker is an awkward fit, The Falcooneer delivers a distinctive take on airborne action. Sure, it’s not perfect, but the title exhibits a ...

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Yakuza: Like a Dragon review

With a new lead and turn-based combat, Yakuza: Like a Dragon shakes off franchise fatigue to deliver another winning entry. Save for a few performance issues on PC and some problems with the English voice-over, ...

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MECHBLAZE review

Doujin circle ASTROPORT delivers another gratifying run-and-gun with the PC release of MECHBLAZE. Sure, it’s a bit iterative, building on their past successes. But it’s hard to fault responsive controls, an inventory of weapons, and ...

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The Last Blade: Beyond the Destiny review

SNK’s portable weapons-based fighter makes a capable showing on Switch, courtesy of emulation wizards Code Mystics. While an alternative control scheme would have been welcome, as well as unified language between game and manual, these ...

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Sakuna: Of Rice and Ruin review

Much like ActRaiser, Sakuna: Of Rice and Ruin is an engaging amalgam of action game and simulation. The former is competent, but it’s the rustic charm and attention devoted to the latter that makes this ...

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Pacer review

There have been a multitude of challengers poised to steal Wipeout’s anti-gravitational crown. Pacer is undoubtedly one of the better attempts. Although there’s still a few elements that could be refined, this is one aggressive ...

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Pumpkin Jack review

With franchises like MediEvil and Maximo: Ghosts to Glory dormant, Pumpkin Jack is a plucky upstart poised to claim the Halloween-theme action-adventure crown. He doesn’t ‘squash’ the competition but provides a noble inaugural effort. In ...

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