Review: Assassin’s Creed III Remastered – Remastered into a classic

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Assassin’s Creed III Remastered doesn’t just improve upon the last-gen classic, but it also an overall retouching of a game that could very well become a timeless classic. Let’s find out with our review.

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Review: Assassin’s Creed Odyssey – The Fate of Atlantis – Episode 1: Fields of Elysium

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Assassin’s Creed Odyssey – Fate of Atlantis – Episode 1: Fields of Elysium is the first entry in the latest batch of DLC and takes us to never-before-seen places to meet unimaginable friends, partners, and even ghosts of the past. Let’s take a look and see if the DLC is worth the experience.

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Review: Project Nimbus: Complete Edition – Mirai feels a lot more complete

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Project Nimbus: Complete Edition is finally here bringing in its own take on the mecha style of games, including unique designs, loadouts, and fast-paced combat. Now, it’s time to really see what the game is about, and just what it has to offer with our review.

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Review: RAGE 2 – Big guns, bigger enemies, and even bigger explosions

RAGE 2 is the follow up to the 2011 cult-classic RAGE, bringing in brand new guns, enemies, a setting taking place years later in the exact same region, from two of gamings biggest developer titans in order to make an even bigger experience. Let’s see if it’s all the RAGE we’ve been hearing about.

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Review: Sniper Elite V2 Remastered – An elite remaster, with brand new troubles

Sniper Elite V2 Remaster is a remastering of the 2012 classic, aiming for better graphics, performance, and even a ton of reasons to play through all previously released DLC, however, does it pull it off or is this a hard pass for a remaster of a 7-year-old classic? Find out starting now.

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Review: Close to the Sun – The stars burned have never brighter than before

Close to the Sun is an imaginative retailing of Icarus and his father Daedalus, but also, the battle between both Thomas Edison and Nikola Tesla as a history-horror title. But as they say, you fly too Close to the Sun, the sun will burn you.

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Review: Days Gone – Nothing’s really gone, just far away

After more than three years in development, Bend Studio has released their post-apocalyptic survival title Days Gone, which sees players take on the role of Deacon St. John, played by Sam Witwer, in a world where infected known as Freakers have taken over. Through an emotional roller-coaster of a ride, it’s time to see if the wait was worth it, let’s find out starting now.

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Review: Earth Defense Force: Iron Rain – We’ll fight in the shade

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Yuke’s has made their debut with the Earth Defense Force saga, throwing out a new approach to a tried-and-true system, offering new incentives to keep fans playing, and even a way for them to test their skills. Find out today, why Earth Defense Force: Iron Rain is a step in the right direction for the series.

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Review: Super Dragon Ball Heroes: World Mission – A super good time

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Super Dragon Ball Heroes: World Mission is a reimagining of the Japanese arcade phenomenon that has taken the arcades by storm, bringing fans of TCG games together, and rewarding them for their efforts. Now, it’s in the West, as a Switch and PC based CCG.

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Review: World War Z – Getting the zombie hordes right, but at a cost

World War Z is here and Saber Interactive is ready to show off the brilliance of their coop-focused title set in the World War Z movie universe, but the bigger question yet, does it actually work?

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