Review: Assassin’s Creed Odyssey – A odyssey worth experiencing

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It’s only been a year since the release of Assassin’s Creed Origins and now the team at Ubisoft Montreal has been hard at work on their next epic tale: Assassin’s Creed Odyssey, one of the most ambitious titles within the Assassin’s Creed franchise yet. Find out what we thought in our review.

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Review: Brawlout – A brawl that should never happen

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Brawlout by Angry Mob Games is a recently released arena-style fighting game that sees players go into an all-out brawl in a similar fashion to that of PlayStation All-Stars and Super Smash Bros. However, does it work or is the game just a mere clone of said familiar titles? Let’s find out.

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Review: Valkyria Chronicles 4 – A chronicle worth embarking on


Valkyria Chronicles is a series that re-imagines World War II as a low-key fantasy take where it has been renamed the Second European War. Now, we’re entering into our fourth story within the well-established franchise as we once more take on The Empire to protect our friends and allies from the ever-growing threat.

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Review: Warriors Orochi 4 – The romance of franchises begins again

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Since the establishment of the Dynasty and Samurai Warriors games, the Warriors franchise remains one of the most renowned Musou franchises in the world. Bringing the best of both worlds together once again comes Warriors Orochi 4, a title that holds a Guinness World Record and aims to be the best the series has to offer yet. But does it accomplish the goal? Let’s find out in our review.

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Review: The Surge: The Good, The Bad, the Augmented – It’s totally… Good?

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The Surge from Deck13 continues to make a massive splash as a sci-fi Soulsborne title and now, it’s making a bigger one with its latest DLC The Good, The Bad, The Augmented, which just recently released for the game. Find out what we thought in our review of this expanded adventure.

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Review: Downward Spiral: Horus Station – No tailspins here


Downward Spiral: Horus Station is a space-based survival title where players will navigate their way through a derelict in hopes to survive and find a way to safety. Along the way, they will encounter unforeseen puzzles, dangers, and secrets that lie just ahead. Find out what we thought of this atmospherically narrated game in our review today.

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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: Pode – A starcrossed adventure


Pode is a charming same-couch cooperative play title by Norweigan developer Henchman & Goon. This charming adventure has players take on the role of Bulder and Glo as they adventure through the world in order to unite Glo with their family.

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Review: Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus – Switching it up


Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus released just last year for the PC, PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch. Now, the developer Panic Button has once again made it possible to play one of Bethesda’s smash-hit titles while on the go through the power of the Nintendo Switch. Find out what we thought with our review.

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Review: Shape of the World – Let’s create a world together


Shape of the World is a creative and interesting way to see the world, one where players will explore the world, triggering special events as you explore the settings provided by a chain of new events that you may trigger with each and every action made.

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