Despite a few shortcomings in mechanics and story, Pokemon Sword and Shield delivers an experience that is undeniably Pokemon.
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Need for Speed Heat is a solid entry in the long-running racing franchise, but one that fails to live up to its massive legacy.
From developer Bloober Team and publisher Gun Media, Layers of Fear 2 is a truly terrifying game and a significant improvement over the original in many ways.
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DiRT Rally 2.0 builds upon the original and adds new content to improve the rally simulation experience, but it also continues to repeat the sins of the past.
God Eater 3 offers a heart-warming story and solid combat befitting the game's genre, but it does little to make itself stand out in the field of the JRPG.
Episode 3 of The Walking Dead Final Season is the most polished entry of Clementine's final run to date, jam-packed with heart-wrenching moments and intense action.
Farming Simulator 19 provides players with a unique, peaceful resource management system that is fun but bogged down by complex mechanics and a lack of direction.
The Walking Dead Final Season episode two creates a unique entry in the longrunning series, effectively combining tradition and innovation into a cohesive story.
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