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Alchemical Cutie mini-review

Veering from most farming sims, Alchemical Cutie has you nurturing jellies rather than fruits and flowers. While the concept of a farm full of Dragon Quest-esque creatures is alluring, the game’s too relaxed and directionless ...

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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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Artiphon Orba review

This $99 musical instrument might look a bit strange. But with premium features like velocity sensitive, capacitive touch keys, gyroscopic and accelerometer control, the Orba permits you to create your own eight-bar loops from the ...

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Good Pizza, Great Pizza review

Light on challenge, but heavy on amusement, Good Pizza, Great Pizza has an endearing recipe that might not be to everyone’s tastes. But for those seeking laid-back fun, it’s worthy of consideration. You might have ...

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Nexomon: Extinction review

Although Nexomon: Extinction doesn’t offer comprehensive innovations, the game’s clever deviations provide an experience that should charm monster-catchers of all ages. From the vaulted recipe for Coca-Cola, Kentucky Fried Chicken’s blend of eleven secret herbs ...

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Lost Ember review

Whether it’s the verdant jungles of Crysis, moss poking through the pebbled shores of Dear Ester’s Hebridean islands, or the snow-shrouded pines in The Long Dark, games routinely provide fascinating recreations of flora. With the ...

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Cat Quest 2 review

With lengths that often exceed forty hours and involved storylines that habitually deliver an assortment of twists, role-playing games can often be daunting undertakings. But they’re also especially adept as depicting the hero’s journey. Supplying ...

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Waku Waku Sweets (Switch) review

Movie studios like Walt Disney Pictures, Pixar, and DreamWorks craft films capable of entertaining both children and adults. But in the realm of interactive entertainment, few firms outside of Nintendo have been able to consistently ...

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Little Dragons Café review

For better or worse, almost anything that Yasuhiro Wada creates is destined for comparison with the Harvest Moon/Story of Seasons series. It’s a franchise that’s spurred twenty-five sequels, a quartet of spin-offs, and inspired titles ...

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de Blob 2 (Switch) review

Last June, de Blob was ported to the Nintendo Switch, bringing one of the highlights of the Wii’s third-party library to a new audience. Challenging players to revitalize dreary, monochromic backdrops into vibrant cities, the ...

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