Blue Reflection Review

Blue Reflection will not revolutionize the JRPG genre, but its tale of magical high school girls fighting an otherworldly invasion is far more grounded than I expected it to be.

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Battle Chasers: Nightwar Review

Battle Chasers: Nightwar hits a few bumps along the road, but overall, Airship Syndicate’s debut title is a resounding success, thanks to its excellent combat system and gorgeous art style. 

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Ruiner Review

Ruiner’s fast paced combat and excellent atmosphere more than make up for its lack of replayability. A few tech issues conspire to bring the experience down, but most gamers will have a blast with this cyberpunk adventure.

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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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