HARDCORE MECHA Review – A hardcore ode to the mecha genre

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HARDCORE MECHA is an ode to the 2D platforming titles of yesteryear, but even with clean animations, gameplay mechanics, and a same-couch multiplayer experience, is it enough to justify giving it a whirl? Well, it’s time to find out.

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Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 Review – Uniting under a common goal


When it comes to uniting for a common goal, a push to unite under one single cause, Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 is the sixth in the series and the first one for us to truly review. So here’s what we thought after a month in Tokyo with Mario, Sonic, and their friends.

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Super Monkey Ball: Banana Blitz HD Review – Gone Absolutely Bananas

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Super Monkey Ball: Banana Blitz HD is an HD Remaster of the Wii classic and could very well be a strong suitor for current-gen consoles. Now, we have to ask: How does a first-time Super Monkey Ball player feel about this game? Find out in our review.

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The Ninja Saviors: Return of the Warriors Review – Returning from the Shadows


Natsume has re-released The Ninja Saviors: Return of the Warriors for a third time, but, this time, we have new playable characters, enhanced graphics, performance, and the addition of two-player co-op. The bigger question is, does it justify the third time being a charm? Find out in our review.

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Greedfall Review – A swashbuckling adventure come to life


Spiders is back with a new ARPG for fans to enjoy that includes swashbuckling, spell throwing, and blasting your enemies away when you aren’t exploring the wilds about you, talking to the natives, and making life-or-death choices. But now we have to ask, does it work or are we stuck with another The Technomancer on our hands?

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Destiny 2: Shadowkeep Review – The moon was a loyal companion


Destiny 2: Shadowkeep is an attempted step in the right direction, bringing back the Moon, a new armor system, and story-elements driven narratively by Eris Morn, but the big question is, can it win back former players? Let’s find out in this review for Destiny 2: Shadowkeep.
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Borderlands 3 Review – Borderline crazy

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Borderlands 3 is here and with it, we’re given a seemingly fresh take on the series with newly added mechanics, characters, and some familiar faces, but can Borderlands 3 stand out from its predecessors?

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Review: Override: Mech City Brawl – Mechanically confusing, but fun

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Override: Mech City Brawl is a daring and charming approach to bringing movies like Pacific Rim to life on our home entertainment consoles. Thanks to independent developer The Balance Inc., we can get a first-hand experience of how these monstrous mechs might actually feel in a fighting game. Find out what we thought today.
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Review: DUSK – You get off my lawn boy!


Brought to life by independent developer David Szymanski and producer David Oshry; Dusk 90s stylized-retro shooter that tells a harrowing tale of good versus evil as a cult has begun their devious work in order to bring an evil unlike any other into our world. Find out what we thought in our review.

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Review: Persona Dancing: Endless Night Collection – Takes more than two to tango

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The latest debut of a Persona spin-off series comes in the shape of the Persona Dancing: Endless Night Collection. In the latest entries, fans will see Persona’s 3-5 get a nice little post-story expansion and a lot of beat rhythm fun. Find out why in our review for Persona Dancing: Endless Night Collection for PlayStation 4.

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