The Elder Scrolls Online: Markarth DLC Review – Marked by the Gray Host

The Elder Scrolls Online’s grand finale for the Dark Heart of Skyrim has released and introduces the grand finale into the year-long adventure. Along with the story, it takes players to the long-awaited Markarth region of Skyrim. However, does it do much to add to the overall experience? Let’s find out.

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Sakuna: Of Rice and Ruin Review – From Lazy Goddess to Expert Rice Farmer

As we wade through rice paddies and explore a hostile island, what lies in store for us from the hands of Edelweiss? Let’s find out in our official review for Sakuna: Of Rice and Ruin.

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Chronos: Before the Ashes Review – When ashes begin to fall

Chronos: Before the Ashes takes us into the moments leading up to Remnant: From the Ashes. It promises a unique experience, a story for fans to enjoy, and an adventure worth taking. However, how well does this title work without VR?

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Dustoff Z Review – Flying high on arcade nostalgia

Dustoff Z is a true-to-form spiritual successor to Dustoff Heli Rescue, giving veteran players, a reason to try and push through the zombie apocalypse to the best o their ability, as they return to an arcade-style rescue title for gamers of all ages.

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The Last Blade: Beyond the Destiny Review – Neo Geo Switched on

The Neo Geo Pocket classic, The Last Blade has made its way to Nintendo Switch, offering fans an entirely new reason to jump into the 90s classic on modern hardware, but, it comes lacking some much desired features.

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Observer: System Redux Review – Next-gen horror lives

Observer: System Redux steps into the next generation with graphical, performance, and gameplay enhancements from its previous iteration. Our biggest drawback to the experience? Ray Tracing. Find out why in our review.

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DOOM Eternal: The Ancient Gods – Part One Review – Ripping the Gods Apart

DOOM Eternal: Ancient Gods, Part 1 promises to expand upon the series, bringing the DOOM universe into full perspective and taking Slayers on a bigger, bolder, and even more metal experience than before. Here’s our review for DOOM Eternal: Ancient Gods, Part 1.

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Necromunda: Underhive Wars Review – Step aside Mordheim

Necromunda: Underhive Wars takes everything we love about Mordheim and scales it down into something surprisingly fun, but at the same time, surprisingly hard. It’s a strategy game that takes planning and careful execution. Does it meet our expectations though?

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Prinny 1ยท2 Exploded and Reloaded Review – Life counts drop while blood pressures rise

The penguin demon mascots of the Disgaea series return do the bidding of their masters and return in an updated version on the Nintendo Switch.

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Vampire’s Fall: Origins Review – Fangs deep in lore

On booting up Vampire’s Fall: Origins, there were a few things that come to mind, Diablo, Blood Omen: Legacy of Kain and classic RPG antics. The downside of thinking about these three? Things could go wrong or rather well.

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