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New Releases: June 11th-17th, 2020

This week hop on your horse to revisit Konami’s arcade classic, Sunset Riders, or the third main entry in the Desperados series. For those with no interest in the Wild West, the PC releases of ...

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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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Demon’s Tier+ review

Demon’s Tier+ is a simple, satisfying twin-stick shooter ideal for those moments when you just want to turn higher brain functions off, and gun down anything that’s inching toward you. Daniel Fernandez Chavez’ (aka Diabolical ...

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Going Slideways with Drift21

To broaden appeal, racing games routinely include a drifting component. And if you’ve played franchises like Assetto Corsa, GRID, Need for Speed, or Project Cars, you’ve probably careening around the occasional corner. But dedicated drifting ...

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The Outer Worlds (Switch) review

Expectedly, image quality takes a hit and load times can be a bit long. But the Switch port of The Outer Worlds does the unlikely, bringing open-world autonomy and a complex relational system onto portable ...

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New Releases: June 4th-10th, 2020

From Ys: Memories of Celceta’s arrival on the PlayStation 4 to The Outer Worlds arrival on Switch, this week’s new releases offer several persuasive ports. For Switch owners seeking new titles, Clubhouse Games: 51 Worldwide ...

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Missile Command: Recharged review

The 1980 coin-op classic returns with a faux-vector graphics look, power-ups, and new enemies. It’s minimalistic approach is reflected in its exceedingly affordable price.  When a remake of a beloved Atari classic is announced, disappointment ...

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Turmoil review

There’s a lot of enjoyment in figuring out the best path to success in Turmoil. But once these nuances are discovered, the games gradually becomes less gratifying.  On the surface, an oil drilling simulation set ...

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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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