Review: Death end re;Quest – Oh, the quests, all those quests, and the deaths

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Death end re;Quest is a major step in a different direction by the teams that brought you the Hyperdimension Neptunia franchise and tosses aside pastel colors for something far more darker and nefarious. But does it work? Let’s find out!

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Review: Oniken: Unstoppable Edition – Switched on, but not on enough

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JoyMash’s Oniken is an absolutely beautiful love letter to everything that made games of the 80s an absolute delight to play, but unfortunately, suffers from an unbalanced scaling in difficulty and a lack of being able to change it. Here’s our review for Oniken: Unstoppable Edition for the Nintendo Switch.

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Review: Assassin’s Creed: Odyssey – Legacy of the First Blade – By the Blade

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As the third and final piece of the Legacy of the First Blade story DLC comes to an end, as does our review for the Legacy of the First Blade trilogy and our adventures with Darius, Natakas, The Order, and Kassandra for this part of their story. Now, it’s time to review it, and include a few story-based spoilers (you’ve been warned).

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Review: Anthem – An amazingly beautiful, and fun adventure

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The long-awaited open-world RPG from Mass Effect developers BioWare is finally here, but it hasn’t been an easy road for the game. Now that Anthem is out in the wild, the day one patch is here, and we’ve completed the end-game content. Now it’s time for an official review of Anthem.

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Review: FutureGrind – Grinding on the Rails of Excitement

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FutureGrind is here and with it comes an entirely new take on the 2D-style track-based genre that sees you taking to a futuristic world where you’re the driver of a futuristic bike, navigating neon-lit tracks. Is it worth the experience? Find out now with our review.

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Review: Dead or Alive 6 – Alive and kicking harder than ever before

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Dead or Alive 6 is finally here featuring two new fighters, online ranked play, and a few new mechanics just at the surface along with visual and gameplay upgrades. So what are we waiting for? Let’s lace those boots up, pull up our sleeves and prepare for a fight!

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Review: Fear the Wolves – Where I wish fear actually was alive

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As a culmination of years of blood, sweat, tears, and passion, Vostok Games, the team behind the famed S.T.A.L.K.E.R. series have come together for their new Battle Royale title by the name of Fear the Wolves. But the bigger question yet – is it worth the wait?

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Review: At Sundown: Shots in the Dark – A Spy-vs-Spy like chaos after sundown

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At Sundown: Shots in the Dark is a thrilling top-down competitive title that sees players use its own distinct mechanics that will challenge players unlike any other challenge they’ve ever seen before. But can Mild Beast Studios deliver the experience one would want through online and offline play?
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Review: Senran Kagura Burst Re:Newal – Bursting at the seams

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Senran Kagura Burst Re:Newal is a remastering of the Nintendo 3DS title and serves as a directors cut of its original version. Now with the game out in the wild, it’s time to see just what kind of trouble the ladies of Hanzo Academy and Hebijo Academy can get themselves into.

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Review: Xbox Game Pass – A Budget-friendly option for Xbox gamers

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After almost a year with Xbox Game Pass, it’s finally time to talk about its pros, it cons and whether the service is a massive win for Microsoft. Here are our thoughts.

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