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Trigger Witch review

Trigger Witch is a remarkable amalgam, shrewdly mixing twin-stick gunplay, exploration, and even some shoot ‘em up action. Despite a few hiccups, the different ingredients gel together as seamlessly as a magic potion. Over the ...

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Samurai Warriors 5 review

Context in emphasized in Samurai Warriors 5, which adopts a tighter narrative focus. Complemented with a new art style and mechanics borrowed from other musou offerings, it helps offset a smaller cast of playable characters. ...

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Cotton Reboot! review

Combining the definitive version of Cotton: Fantastic Night Dreams with an Arranged mode that thoroughly modernizes the adorable shooter, BEEP’s reimagining is how reboots should be done. As the old saying reminds us, “don’t mess ...

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Where the Heart Leads review

Life is a series of small, but crucial decisions, Where the Heart Leads reminds us. It’s an ambitious examination of choice and will probably reverberate even after multiple play-throughs. Note: In the interest of keeping ...

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Empire of Angels IV review

Empire of Angels IV shows that strategy role-playing games don’t need intricate systems or wordy conversations. Simplified and filled with appealing characters, this makes for a delightful showing on Switch. Empires of Angels IV makes ...

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Alex Kidd in Miracle World DX review

SEGA’s early ambassador deserves another shot, but a dutiful remastering of his 1986 debut might not be the best choice for Alex Kidd. While game historians might appreciate the update, Miracle World’s mechanics feel tragically ...

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Ninja Gaiden: Master Collection review

Ninja Gaiden: Master Collection bundles a trio of iterations. Two of them aren’t as good as their predecessors and the third game is decidedly uneven. That said, the amount of dragon sword-cleaving enjoyment makes with ...

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Neptunia ReVerse review

Neptunia ReVerse represents a decade of improvement to the inaugural franchise entry. While it might not be the graphical powerhouse that justifies the expense of your new console, being able to outfit and organize your ...

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Mighty Goose review

With plenty of tense action and a multitude of systems that counterbalance the intensity, Mighty Goose offers run-and-gun fans a honking good time. A quarter-century after Metal Slug was released, the game remains immensely enjoyable. ...

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Wing of Darkness review

Too often, when games depict war, the focus in on battlefield heroics. While Wing of Darkness mechanized battles fills the bulk of playtime, the developers understand that context can be just as important as combat. ...

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