Review: Dead Cells – I died. I died a lot.

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After almost a year in Early Access, Dead Cells by independent team Motion Twin is finally here for the console gamers, allowing them to dive into one of the most challenging roguelike-metroidvania style games ever released. Now, it’s our turn to share our adventure and our thoughts of the game with our review for Dead Cells on PlayStation 4.

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Review: Narcosis – In the deep-sea, the darkness is your drug


Narcosis is a deep-sea title taking place at the ocean’s floor and placing players in a fight for their survival as a catastrophic series of events have ravaged the habitats they once called home. With declining supplies and limited resources, players will find themselves walking the ocean’s floor in an advanced deep-sea exploration suit in hopes of making it to the surface.

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Review: Insane Robots – Insanity, cards, and a whole lot of fun


Insane Robots is a card-based roguelike strategy title where players take on the role of Franklin, a robot who has lost his memory and is in need of your help in order to find out the truth as to what happened to him and why he has been punished by fighting in tournaments with other Insane Robots like himself.

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Review: The Lost Child – Nothing lost, but nothing gained

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The Lost Child is a recently released JRPG from designer Takeyasu Sawaki, the creator of El Shaddai, is a far cry from his previous works and brings out some of the best in modern day JRPGs and light-novel games. Let’s take a look at what The Lost Child has to offer with our official review of the game.

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Review: Shining Resonance Refrain – Resonating in our hearts


Shining Resonance Refrain is an up-to-date version of the PlayStation 3 title. This newly launched version features all previously released content, English dubbing/subs, and even an entirely new story through its Refrain mode, which lets players experience the story from the Empire’s point of view. Find out what we thought of the PlayStation 4 version of the game today.

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Review: Ys VIII: Lacrimosa of Dana – Adol has turned on his Switch


Ys VIII: Lacrimosa of Dana has finally arrived on the Nintendo Switch and with it, we’re finally getting a chance to see the game come out with all of its previously released DLC. After a boat crash, meeting some new friends, and exploring the world, we’re ready to review our latest adventure with Adol and friends.

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Review: Detroit: Become Human – I… I am alive.


Detroit: Become Human is our latest adventure from Quantic Dreams, the team behind the critically acclaimed titles Heavy Rain and Beyond Two Souls. In our latest story by them, you’ll explore the role of many characters, each spanning different backgrounds and unique storytelling elements. Find out what we thought of this amazingly well-told story today.

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Review: Moonlighter – A nod to all things classic gaming


Moonlighter is a throwback to the SNES and NES era of action-based games where players take on the role of a shopkeeper by day and an adventurer by night where they will explore dungeons, confront hordes of enemies, and even collect loot as you do. Find out what we thought in our review Moonlighter by Digital Sun.
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