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Ys: Memories of Celceta (PS4) review

Another winning entry in Nihon Falcom’s action-role playing franchise sees Adol mapping an expansive forest, a feat no other adventurer has accomplished. While it played great in its original Vita-based iteration, this PlayStation 4 port ...

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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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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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Infinite – Beyond the Mind review

Infinite – Beyond the Mind looks and plays like a forgotten hack-and-slash from the 16-bit era. While there’s not a lot of variety across the sixteen-stage jaunt, the basics are remarkably solid. If you’re familiar ...

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Sakura Wars review

Although Sakura Wars has been a fertile franchise in Japan, the property has struggled to gain traction in the West. This eponymous soft-reboot aims to change that, with an entry aiming to reinvigorate Flower Division. ...

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Obey Me review

With an escalating war between heaven and hell, a talking dog, and a hard-ass protagonist, Obey Me has ambition. There’s even a comic series to demonstrate the developer’s aspirations. Luckily, the action is mostly fun, ...

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Totally Reliable Delivery Service review

Transporting parcels grows tedious in Totally Reliable Delivery Service. The real enjoyment stems disregarding the game’s structure and just horsing around, especially with a group of friends. Much like Octodad: Dadliest Catch, Surgeon Simulator, or ...

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Disaster Report 4: Summer Memories review

The Disaster Report games are often considered cult classics, even if gameplay habitually took a backseat to survival-based tensions. Sadly, the fourth iteration is plagued by several faulty elements, making the game a test of ...

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Flower Power- A First Look at Sakura Wars

Will the Latest Entry in SEGA’s Charismatic Franchise Finally Be the One to Win Over Western Audiences?  In Japan, Sakura Wars remains a dominant property, with Oji Hiroi’s manga spurring five main games, a multitude ...

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