A worthy send-off to Guild Wars 2's Elder Dragon saga, and a reason to be optimistic about the future of the game.
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Please make more games, Original Fire. Show the rest of the genre how 'sim-meets-arcade' is done.
A thoughtful response to Dishonored that makes for an entertaining stealth shooter in its own right, but it's the multiplayer invasions that make Deathloop sing.
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Not the best, biggest or neatest expansion in the series' history, Shadowkeep nonetheless sets a solid foundation for what's to come.
Beneath its charming and inventive worlds, Outer Wilds hides a cleverly unfolding mystery.
A triumphant remake of Yakuza 2, full of fun diversions and featuring one of the series' best stories.
An entertaining but unambitious sequel that collects up the best features of previous games and adds in some interesting new twists.
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I listened to Wandersong's soundtrack while writing this review, and I've been happily jiggling my leg throughout.
A captivating story and varied card battles ensure this light-touch RPG remains entertaining throughout its lengthy campaign.
Unless you're looking for a hardcore sim, Forza Horizon is still the best racing series around.
Comfortably the best, funniest and most heartwarming game about a desperate battle over real estate, now available on PC as a good port at a generous price.
Joyful and surprising, even when you're cracking open an anthropomorphised egg.
A well-formed slice of noir mystery, beautifully presented. Some writing issues aside, A Case of Distrust is well worth your time.
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