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G-Darius HD review

G-Darius’ polygonal visuals might seem ordinary nearly a quarter century on. But G-Darius HD reminds us that the game’s shift to three-dimensional graphics as well as a mechanic where you harness the power of your ...

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Hot Wheels Unleashed review

Unleashed offers the quintessential Hot Wheels experience, extending racing, track design, and collecting into a cohesive package. Just like the source material, accumulating new vehicles is nearly as fun as actual play. Although Forza Horizon ...

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Lost Judgment review

With talks of Ryu Ga Gotoku Studio’s Toshihiro Nagoshi splitting with the studio and murmurs over disagreements with Takuya Kimura’s (responsible for Takayuki Yagami’s facial capture and voicing) talent agency, the continuation of the franchise ...

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WRC 10 FIA World Rally Championship review

Built upon successful foundations, WRC 10 FIA World Rally Championship doesn’t radically improve the series. But additions that commemorate the organization, adjust car handling, and provide access to a livery editor make this worthwhile, especially ...

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Pretty Girls Panic! review

Zoo Corporation’s Switch ports are typically accessible, fun, and delightfully inexpensive. Pretty Girls Panic! preserves that trend with a Qix-clone that replaces the abstract shapes with sea creatures and buxom cuties. Let’s dive in! Due ...

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King’s Bounty II review

The long-awaited sequel to 2008’s King’s Bounty: The Legend is here, propelling players into a ruthless realm where conspiracy and adversity are pervasive. Success means mastering the intricacies of combat, and woefully, undertaking an interminable ...

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RiMS Racing review

Beyond racing on ten real world circuits and five inspired point-to-point routes, RiMS Racing separates itself from its peers by making you responsible from everything from pitstop maintenance to overseeing performance optimization. Mastering all of ...

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Rogue Explorer review

Rogue Explorer is like a transparent analog watch, where delight comes from the seeing how all the miniature pieces and gears work together in unison. If you appreciate games that drip-feed a sense of discovery, ...

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Button City review

Cute animals, arcades, and a cheerful plot seems like the perfect recipe for lighthearted fun. But sadly, there’s little joy to be found in Button City. From a succession of tedious fetch quests to mini-games ...

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Orcs Must Die! 3 review

The third iteration of the Orcs Must Die! franchise doesn’t remarkable advance the formula, but there’s still enjoyment found in torturing procession of green skins. Following a year of exclusivity on the Google Stadia, Robot ...

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