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Death end re;Quest 2 review

Death end re;Quest 2 is the all too rare sequel that opts to push a series in a bold new direction, shifting a focus from the world inside a glitched MMO to a creepy women’s ...

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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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Hellbound review

Hellbound looks good and plays decently, but suffers from a dearth of weaponry and enemy types, two essentials of the first-person shooter genre. If you’re looking for a three-hour fix of retro fragging goodness, this ...

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Fight Crab review

Fight Crab arms your favorite seafood with gun, knives, and even shuriken. Expectedly, these crustaceans don’t fight with gladiatorial finesse, with matches becoming madcap, button-mashing affairs poised to produce laughter. Fighting games weren’t always built ...

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Sentinels of Freedom review

As another multimedia spin-off, Sentinels of Freedom has its moments, but it’s also best enjoyed by fans of the property. If you’re here seeking turn-based action with heroes, you might want to familiarize yourself with ...

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Yakuza Kiwami 2 (Xbox One) review

Yakuza Kiwami 2 lands on Microsoft’s console with all the pulpy plotline, bacchanalian nightlife, and pugnaciousness of the PlayStation 4 and PC iteration. Performance is nearly uniform with the PS4 version. Mirroring the type of ...

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Fairy Tail review

Most of the gang is here, as well as a wide section of the plotline, making this adaption of Fairy Tail a dream come true for fans of the manga and anime. Sure, there’s some ...

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