Day of Infamy release date

Day of Infamy Review

Day of Infamy is an excellent multiplayer first person shooter that rewards teamwork and skill. It treads a fine line between realism and entertainment, and gamers looking for a worthwhile alternative to more mainstream shooters that isn’t as time consuming as the ArmA series will feel right at home in New World Interactive’s latest release.

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The Signal from Tolva Release Date

The Signal From Tölva Review

The Signal From Tölva is a thinking man’s shooter, letting players piece together an interesting story as they fight their way through a sci-fi playground controlled by autonomous AI factions. It doesn’t always succeed at what it sets out to do, but at its peak, it’s an excellent mix of the best bits of the Far Cry and S.T.A.L.K.E.R. series.

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Yooka-Laylee Review

Yooka-Laylee is an excellent 3D platformer, featuring open levels that reward skill and exploration, tight gameplay mechanics and a killer soundtrack. A few technical issues prevent it from reaching the heights achieved by classics such as Banjo-Kazooie, but gamers looking for a collect-a-thon in 2017 should definitely consider picking up Playtonic Games’ debut title.

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Toukiden 2 Review

Toukiden 2 Review

Toukiden 2 is a step forward for the monster hunting genre. The open world mechanics help reduce the tiresome grind present in similar titles to a minimum, and the story will keep players engaged until the end.

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DESYNC Review

DESYNC Review

DESYNC is a stylish first person shooter let down by a few questionable choices. Gamers willing to overlook unfair enemy spawn mechanics and frustrating level design may end up loving The Foregone Syndicate’s debut title, but it’s definitely not for everyone.

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Torment: Tides of Numenera Review

Torment: Tides of Numenera is an excellent spiritual successor to one of the most influential RPGs ever released. inXile has created a game that dares to be different, letting players approach the task at hand in a staggering amount of different ways. It may be a bit short when compared to similar titles, but what it lacks in length, it more than makes up for in replayability.

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