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Utawarerumono Zan review

One of the near-inevitabilities for a promising Japanese property is the musou adaption. One Piece, Berserk, Bleach, Gundam, Fist of the North Star, The Legend of Zelda, Hyperdimension Neptunia, Dragon Quest and even Guilty Gear ...

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WRC 8 FIA World Rally Championship review

Pity the officially licensed WRC game. Despite continued advancement from a trio of developers across an eighteen-year span, the property has habitually remained in Colin McRae/DIRT’s shadow. The series has rarely been substandard, demonstrating fleeting ...

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Torchlight II (Switch) review

The 1997 release of Diablo remains one of the definitive interpretations of the dungeon crawl. Trading traditional turn-based combat for real-time action, exploration was elevated by the incorporation of procedurally-generated environments. The game’s loot algorithm ...

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IndieGo #17: Exception and Sin Slayers

With Exception, we dive deep into a computer’s internals for a vibrant-colored, speedrunning platformer that intensified by a searing soundtrack. Additionally, we attempt to resist temptation, in Sin Slayers’ notable blend of role-playing and rogue-like ...

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New Releases: September 5th-11th, 2019

With titles like Divinity: Original Sin 2, Utawarerumono: Zan, Final Fantasy VIII Remastered, River City Girls, and Spice and Wolf VR arriving, this week offers a number of notable titles. It’s also the week that ...

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Children of Morta review

Family isn’t a prevalent theme in gaming. Sure, titles like God of War, The Last of Us, and Metroid Other M are built around parent-progeny relationships. But most titles don’t depict an extended family, all ...

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Whipseey and the Lost Atlas review

Masahiro Sakurai’s cheerful pink blob has been captivating players for more than a quarter-century. Ever since the 1992 debut of Kirby’s Dream Land, the gelatinous, ability-cloning character has been the star of over thirty sequels ...

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Catherine: Full Body review

Despite obsessions with hyperbolic violence and titillation often rooted in a teenaged sensibility, there are signs of maturation in gaming. Faced with refreshingly pensive objectives, Catherine: Full Body challenges participants to prevail against the type ...

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Chiki-Chiki Boxy Pro Wrestling review

With last year’s Chiki-Chiki Boxy Racers, Orgesta reached into gaming’s golden past, offering a breezy title inspired by titles like R.C. Pro-Am, Micro Machines, and Choro Q. With the release of Chiki-Chiki Boxy Pro Wrestling, ...

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