WRC 9 Review – A competent racer rallies onto Switch

Racers, start your engines! WRC 9 is bringing the glory of competitive racing back to the Nintendo Switch. Here’s our thoughts on WRC 9.

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Neptunia Virtual Stars Review – Neptune and Co. Return to the Idol Stage

Neptune and friends find themselves in a virtual world sustained by Content, on a mission to save the day once again, and a roster of VTubers while they’re at it.

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Story of Seasons: Pioneers of Olive Town Review – A Peculiar Take on a Classic Franchise

A brand new Story of Seasons has arrived, while taking back the abandoned land of our grandfather from the frontier, can we find a place to belong?

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DOOM Eternal: The Ancient Gods – Part 2 Review – Even a god can be ripped and torn

DOOM Eternal: The Ancient Gods – Part 2 is a climatic end to the Doom Slayers chapter, but with it, comes some massive changes to the overall experience including difficulty, new demons, weapon uses, and exploration methods. Here’s our review for DOOM Eternal: The Ancient Gods – Part 2.

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Samurai Shodown Review – 120 FPS of samurai-led fighting on Xbox Series X

The SNK classic fighting franchise, Samurai Shodown, is back with some Xbox Series X exclusive enhancmenets for fighting enthusiasts. Now, it begs the question, is the upgrade worth it or is this merely a side-step to compete with modern titles? Let’s take a look in our review for Samurai Shodown!

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Atelier Ryza 2: Lost Legends & the Secret Fairy Review – Let’s Return To Comfy Crafting

The follow-up to the extremely cozy alchemy-driven Atelier Ryza has arrived. How does it measure up to its predecessor? Let’s dive into the twenty-second entry in the Atelier franchise.

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Ys IX: Monstrum Nox Review – A monster of an adventure

Ys IX: Monstrum Nox takes modest steps to remain true to its origins while moving forward, using new mechanics, gameplay elements, and plenty more to deliver one of the best experiences the famed Nihon Falcom series has had to offer since its inception. Here’s our review for Ys IX: Monstrum Nox.

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Death end re;Quest 2 Review – Death is only the beginning

Death end re;Quest 2 is a masterful follow-up to the 2018 title that snagged the attention of quite a few fans of the original title and evolves past its predecessor. However, while it does so, there are a few changes that will cause fans to scratch their heads. Here are our thoughts on Death end re;Quest 2.

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Tadpole Treble Encore Review – Musical Bullets!

Tadpole Treble Encore attempts to offer a unique combination of musical rhythm mechanics tied into a bullet-hell shooter, which in ways, makes for a unique experience. Does it live up to its uniqueness or does it ultimately fail to hit all the proper notes? Find out in our review.

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Fatal Fury: First Contact Review – A big punch, but a small package

Fatal Fury: First Contact is no stranger to the fighting arena as a Neo Geo release. However, in modern times, age does begin to show behind the veil of nostalgia. The greater question is, can the Neo Geo port entertain fans of the famed fighting series or is it one that should have remained in the past?

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