The Hong Kong Massacre is a little janky, but it mostly replicates the wild Hong Kong action cinema that inspired it with aplomb.
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A low-fi hoverbike racer with oodles of charm and style, but not a lot under the hood.
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I'm extremely excited to see what the game will turn into once everyone else arrives.
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The first episode of The Walking Dead's final season is an excellent start, but that's usually the case.
The "ultimate" WarioWare game mixes together all three different handheld play styles we've seen before.
A level-morphing puzzle game with enough charm and ingenuity to overcome its control issues and short length.
A stuffy follow-up to Rainbow Moon that doesn't improve on its predecessor.
A complete, free prelude to Life is Strange 2 that has us ready for more.
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A meditative, breezy puzzle adventure game that's light on challenge, but likely to stick with you after you finish it.
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