I'm optimistic about what Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League can become, but let down by what it is now.
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Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 is a disappointing anniversary for a series that really should take a break.
Assassin's Creed Mirage isn't the triumphant return to glory that I hoped it'd be, but it's a good first stab.
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Hogwarts Legacy is a great game haunted by a terrible creator.
Modern Warfare 2 sets a new bar for Call of Duty all over again.
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Rainbow Six Extraction is a fun and unremarkable co-op shooter with some very good ooze.
The best game on PS4 is now one of the best games on PC.
Back 4 Blood is an exceptional FPS that sets a new standard for co-op zombie murderfests.
Hell Let Loose is a fun and accessible introduction to milsims, but I miss the complexity.
Knockout City punches above its weight as a complex and uniquely fun competitive brawler.
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Cold War is an inessential distraction from the best Call of Duty on offer.
Rocket Arena is the best kind of mindless fun.
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