Unfortunate Spacemen Review

Unfortunate Spacemen is the real deal, a free to play multiplayer title that captures the magic of The Thing while at the same time managing to avoid all the common F2P pitfalls.

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DOOM Eternal Review

DOOM Eternal is the rare sequel that manages to improve on nearly everything when compared to the previous game, which is a truly astounding achievement here, considering that the 2016 title was already an awesome experience.

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Kunai Review

Kunai is a blast to play, and TurtleBlaze smartly set it apart from its competition thanks to a fairly unique art style and an interesting world.

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Oculus Quest Review

With the ability to play both native apps in wireless mode and PCVR titles through the Link, the Oculus Quest seems to be the future of virtual reality.

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Autonauts Review

Underneath Autonauts’ cute visuals and tongue in cheek tutorials there’s a surprisingly complex simulation game that is a joy to play for both seasoned veterans of the genre and total newbies who’ve never touched a management title.

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The Sinking City Review

The Sinking City is an excellent adventure game that doesn’t quite reach greatness because it’s saddled with a frankly awful combat system.

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Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night Review

Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night captures the essence of the Castlevania series, perfecting the formula that made Symphony of the Night a classic, and even surpassing its spiritual predecessor in many aspects.

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Warhammer: Chaosbane Review

Warhammer: Chaosbane takes all the right cues from the giants of the action RPG genre while at the same time implementing a few neat tricks of its own.

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