• Sonic Forces PC
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    Uh Oh! Sonic is Bad Again – A Sonic Forces PC Review

    The Sonic Forces PC game takes Sonic back to the levels of obscurity that Sonic Mania so desperately tried to bring the franchise out from.

    by Ray Ampoloquio
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    South Park: The Fractured But Whole Review – Authentically Offensive

    A sequel to 2014’s The Stick of Truth, The Fractured But Whole is just as faithful of an adaption and as entertaining of a game as the first game was.

    by Ray Ampoloquio
  • Need for Speed Payback
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    Need For Speed Payback is a Huge Step Back for NFS

    Need for Speed Payback was supposed to be the next big step for the NFS franchise after its 2015 reboot, but it wasn’t. Far from it, actually.

    by Ray Ampoloquio
  • Evil Within 2
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    The Evil Within 2 Review: Psychological Horror Done Right

    Years from now, it’s not too far off to say that we’ll be looking at The Evil Within 2 as a classic survival horror game.

    by Ray Ampoloquio
  • Shadow of War
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    Shadow of War Review: Hello Middle-Earth

    Middle-Earth: Shadow of War is flawed but amazing improvement upon the first game, Middle-Earth: Shadow of Mordor.

    by Ray Ampoloquio
  • Okami Screenshot
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    Okami Review: Is the Wolf Still Wild?

    It’s fair to say that Okami didn’t quite get a fair shake when it was first released. Coming out at the end of the PS2’s life, the game ended up getting passed over by a fair few people who had already moved onto the PS3 and Xbox 360. But is it still worth your time? Let’s take a look back at the PS2 original.

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  • Hob
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    Hob Review: Simple, Fun, Yet Surprisingly Challenging

    Hob is a challenging, immersive puzzle-based adventure game where you’re told of a story of a world of ancient machinery using very little dialogue.

    by Ray Ampoloquio
  • Cuphead
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    Feel Good About Being Bad in Cuphead

    Perhaps the best part about Cuphead is that it doesn’t try to oversell its “old school” element and doesn’t try too hard to be difficult.

    by Ray Ampoloquio
  • Figment Review
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    Figment Review – If Dr. Seuss Made a Puzzle Game

    If there’s one thing that writing this Figment review taught me, it’s reaffirmed my belief that a little bit of imagination goes a long way.

    by Ray Ampoloquio
  • Absolver
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    Absolver Review – Dark Souls Meets Martial Arts

    If you’ve always wondered what it’d feel like if Dark Souls ever became a fighting game, then Absolver might just be right up your alley.

    by Ray Ampoloquio
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