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Absolver Review

Absolver is a flawed gem, delivering excellent multiplayer action and a short but entertaining campaign in spite of numerous technical issues.

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Warriors All-Stars Review

Warriors All-Stars suffers from poor storytelling and lacks innovation, but its solid musou gameplay and diverse cast of characters will keep players glued to the screen for countless hours.

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Observer Review

Observer is as close to a cyberpunk masterpiece as we’ll get, featuring an engaging story, excellent performances from all the voice actors involved, and impeccable worldbuilding.

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LawBreakers Review

Cliff Bleszinski’s first post-Epic title successfully marries old school elements with modern hero shooter trappings without ever feeling like something we’ve played before.

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Nidhogg 2 Review

Messhof has crafted a sequel that manages to surpass their 2014 masterpiece. Offering more weapons and gameplay options, a fully featured singleplayer campaign, a new art style and an incredible soundtrack, Nidhogg 2 proves that sometimes, more is better.

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Agents of Mayhem Review

Agents of Mayhem is one of the most entertaining open world shooters of this generation thanks to its fast paced combat and innovative team-up system. Sadly, Volition’s latest is far from perfect, as poor vehicle handling, annoying performance issues and a few nasty bugs conspire to drag down the overall experience.

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Fictorum Review

Scraping Bottom Games’ debut release succeeds at making mages fun to play thanks to a combination of great gameplay and well written lore. Balance issues, poor performance and dated graphics might scare away some players, but those who stick with Fictorum till the end credits will find a diamond in the rough that is well worth playing.

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Immortal Planet Review

Immortal Planet manages to capture the elusive greatness of the Souls series from a new perspective. Players looking for tight combat, excellent world building and intricate level design will not be disappointed with teedoubleuGames’ latest release.

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Solstice Chronicles: MIA Review

Solstice Chronicles: MIA is a competent top down shooter that could have used a bit more time in the oven. Gamers who are not discouraged by annoying performance issues, a poorly written tutorial and mostly linear maps will probably get a great deal of enjoyment out of Ironward’s latest release, but it’s certainly not for everyone.

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Yonder: The Cloud Catcher Chronicles Review

Yonder: The Cloud Catcher Chronicles is a beautiful journey through a world filled with repetitive quests and uneven gameplay. Thankfully, the good portions easily outweigh the game’s low points, and anyone looking for a relaxing adventure should definitely consider picking up Prideful Sloth’s debut title.

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