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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Outward Review

In a generation focused on quick thrills and stories about an all-powerful hero saving the world, Nine Dots Studio chose to focus on the story of the average adventurers trying to make ends meet, and the fruit of their labor is a resounding success.

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Anthem Review

Long loading screens and weird design choices that feel out of place in a loot shooter conspire to bring down an otherwise incredibly entertaining sci-fi adventure.

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DUSK Review

DUSK achieves something that seemed out of reach until now, as it surpasses its inspirations in every way, not only standing shoulder to shoulder with the giants of the genre, but even going beyond that.

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Call of Cthulhu Review

Call of Cthulhu never manages to live up to the hype, but at the same time it doesn’t entirely throw away the excitement of its rather unique premise.

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HYPERGUN Review

With seven environment types, limited enemy variety, samey-looking levels, and no multiplayer modes, HYPERGUN starts to feel repetitive after a few runs.

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