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Sword of the Necromancer review

Driven by an unexpectedly solid story and the ability to resurrect your defeated enemies, Sword of the Necromancer is an intriguing title. While influences are evident, they’re also varied enough to deliver distinction. Within minutes ...

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Azur Lane: Crosswave (Switch) review

Azur Lane: Crosswave sails onto Switch with a proficient port that captures the action and more importantly, the beauty and elegance of these foxy fleets. ‘Ship These Ships At least two of acclaimed director Quintin ...

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Persona 5 Strikers review

P-Studios could have developed a procession of direct Persona 5 sequels and we’d all be blissfully content. Persona 5 Strikers, take a bit of a chances complementing the conversation with action-based combat. Even doubters might ...

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Kowloon Highschool Chronicle review

Kowloon Highschool Chronicle is a throwback to a time when games were unabashedly experimental, blending genres and mechanics in the pursuit of an experience that feels truly unique. Before the dominance of streaming, there was ...

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Nioh 2 – The Complete Edition review

Whatever you’ve heard about Nioh 2 being tough was probably an understatement. This game will destroy you, humiliate you, and likely make you swear it off completely on several occasions. If this sounds like an ...

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Cyber Shadow review

Enjoy a challenge? Cyber Shadow demands the kind of pixel-perfect precision required by the eight-bit era’s toughest trials. So, if you’re tastes lean toward the masochistic, you’ll discover a punishing good time without benefit of ...

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Ys IX: Monstrum Nox review

Pleasingly, Nihon Falcom’s latest effort doesn’t tamper too much with formula. At its heart, the game maintains the franchise’s winning formula, with its charming characters and gratifying combat. Developers who chase technical innovation habitually break ...

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The Medium review

The Medium might not please those looking for jump scares or taut action. But if you’re seeking a persistently unnerving experience rather than shlocky frights, the game largely delivers. Horror is often rooted in juxtaposition. ...

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Skul: The Hero Slayer review

Inverting the usual heroic take, Skul dons a multitude of ability-sets to overcome humanity and free the Demon King in this challenging, charming action roguelike. Founded four years ago by a group of students at ...

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