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    Assassin’s Creed Odyssey Review: A Game of Mythic Proportions

    A role playing game of mythic proportions, Assassin’s Creed Odyssey is the franchise’s biggest and best title yet.

    by Ray Ampoloquio
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    Disgaea 5 Complete Review: Time To Play Dood!

    Disgaea 5 Complete may not have reinvented the series, but it does serve as proof that there really wasn’t anything to fix in the first place.

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  • Shadow of the Tomb Raider
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    Shadow of the Tomb Raider Review: Decent If Slightly Disappointing

    While a fairly decent game, Shadow of the Tomb Raider suffers from being a follow-up to more critically acclaimed titles.

    by Ray Ampoloquio
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    FIFA 19 Review (PS4) – Does EA’s Latest Soccer Game Do Enough to Justify a Purchase

    It’s another year, which means EA has to put out the latest in the FIFA franchise. The company’s biggest cash cow is always a major seller, regardless of the reviews it gets. But is it worth your time if you already have FIFA 18? Let’s take a look.

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  • Mega Man 11
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    Mega Man 11 Review: The Return of the Blue Bomber

    The first Mega Man release in nearly a decade, Mega Man 11 could very well be the best game in the series yet.

    by Ray Ampoloquio
  • NBA 2K19
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    NBA 2K19 Review: A Great Game Sans Online Play

    A great game with so many improvements, NBA 2K19 suffers from lackluster support, awful online play, and far too many microtransactions.

    by Ray Ampoloquio
  • Dead Cells
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    Dead Cells Review: A Well-Executed Hodgepodge of a Game

    A mixed bag of two over-intertwined genres, Dead Cells tries to reinvent the genres it takes inspiration from, with the potential to do just that.

    by Ray Ampoloquio
  • Chasm
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    Chasm Review: A Meh Game With Beautiful Visuals

    A game that could’ve good if released years ago, Chasm instead is now simply a “meh” game that’s held up only by its beautiful art and visuals.

    by Ray Ampoloquio
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    Shenmue I and II HD Review (PS4): Revisiting a Grand Adventure

    If there was ever a game that demonstrated both the hubris and ambition of SEGA at its peak, it’s Shenmue. Originally slated for release on the Saturn, Shenmue eventually became the marquee game for the Dreamcast. SEGA has finally ported the original two games to consoles and PC, but are they worth your time?

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  • 20xx
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    20XX Review: When Megaman Meets Roguelike

    20xx perfectly manages to capture the feeling of playing Mega Man X, while at the same time, finding a way to stand out and being its own game.

    by Ray Ampoloquio
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