MechWarrior 5: Mercenaries Review – Large, bulky, and a blast to play

MechWarrior is back and is delivering possibly one of its biggest and heaviest hitters in the history of the franchise ranging from a rather broad campaign to a career mode that’ll let you carry over your campaign content or start fresh alongside a refreshing cooperative play option. Does it work? Let’s find out.

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Maneater: Truth Quest Review – Alien conspiracies, tinfoil hats, and sharks

There’s only a few times where you might actually wonder if Godzilla, a bull shark, and a ton of humans could go face to face, and well, this is one of those times. Now, you’ll just have toss in a few alien conspiracies and you have what Maneater: Truth Quest is all about.

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The Elder Scrolls Online: Blackwood Review – The gates to Oblivion have opened

The Elder Scrolls Online: Blackwood expansion offers some of the largest challenges the ongoing experience that The Elder Scrolls Online has to offer with bringing some of the best elements from Oblivion to the famed MMO.

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Samurai Warriors 5 Review – Warriors become legends

Samurai Warriors 5 is a fresh take on the long-run Koei Tecmo franchise and aims to bring in the best of the best fueled by new modes, graphics engine, and story-telling elements, but with a small takeaway from overall game modes for fans to enjoy.

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Poison Control Review – Pewpew’s and clearing out a Belle’s Hell

Poison Control aims to be funny and yet a somehow serious title that combines its dark story with a sense of humor that ties together into its action-RPG elements with light-novel storytelling.

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Atelier Mysterious Trilogy Deluxe Pack Review – Barrels, Bombs and Punis, Oh My

A triple pack of Atelier chaos, full of quirky characters, breaches of the Geneva Convention, and a total disregard for the environment. Find out what we thought of the Atelier Mysterious Trilogy Deluxe Pack in our in-depth review!

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Hood: Outlaws & Legends Review – Once upon a Legend

Hood: Outlaws & Legends gives off the promise of an uncompromising PvP turned PvE experience as members of Robin Hoods forces face off for one of the greatest heists to date. While the game offers promise, it also has compromised its experience, but sometimes for the better.

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Necromunda: Hired Gun Review – Hired and fired a bit soon

Necromunda: Hired Gun is the first title to jump into the very first FPS title set in the Necromunda franchise. While the experience itself is unique, it is also troubled by performance issues and interface bugs. Here’s what you need to know with our review for Necromunda: Hired Gun.

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Biomutant Review – An Odd Duck (or Rodent)

Biomutant is an open-world action RPG developed by Experiment 101 and is their first major endeavor into an open world experience. Here’s what we thought with our review.

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Days Gone PC Review – A highly optimized post-apocalyptic experience

Two years after its release, Days Gone from Bend Studio has made its way to PC, brigning with it some of the most impressive graphics settings and optimization tools with the game. Now, we’re experiencing the game as if we’d never experienced it all for our review.

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