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72.9 average score
80 median score
52.2% of games recommended
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Apr 5, 2021

Is Outriders a sophisticated action game with a compelling sci-fi story? No. Does it feel fun to freeze a spider with an ice turret and shatter it with a well-placed sniper shot? You bet. Sometimes, that’s all one really wants from a shooter like this. It could use an offline mode for single-player sessions and a fair bit of maintenance, but it’s a solid foundation for an action game that respects its players’ time.

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Mar 29, 2021

Balan Wonderworld is a hodge-podge of half-formed platforming ideas that squander a whole lot of charm.

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Mar 24, 2021

It Takes Two is a charming co-op adventure that combines the best ideas from Nintendo and Pixar.

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Mar 23, 2021

Post-game updates will ultimately decide whether this is a sure-fire classic or simply a solid stepping stone to something greater, but even at launch, Monster Hunter has never felt better.

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Mar 2, 2021

The reason to question Bravely Default 2‘s existence boils down to its inability to think for itself. The Brave and Default combat system strikes a near-perfect balance between two rival battle mechanics that have struggled to coexist over the decades, but that’s about the extent of the game’s individuality.

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Super Mario 3D World + Bowser’s Fury is one of the best Nintendo Switch packages money can buy. The Wii U classic hasn’t aged a day and remains a delightful romp that contains some of the franchise’s most creative ideas. Meanwhile, the new Bowser’s Fury mode is a superb standalone adventure that plays like a short, but sweet Super Mario Odyssey sequel. It’s a joyful duo of games that celebrates Mario’s past, present, and future all at once.

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Feb 9, 2021

It's all style and little substance in this sequel/spinoff to Persona 5.

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Feb 6, 2021

Destruction AllStars has a sturdy engine, but it’s overworked in almost every respect. The needless on-foot component and character abilities clutter an otherwise light but fun pick-up-and-play game with satisfying wrecks. Toss in some overeager DualSense support, and the result is a multiplayer game that’s chaotic for all the wrong reasons.

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Giovanni Colantonio
Jan 27, 2021

The Medium is a chilling tone piece that's bogged down by retro influence and a protagonist that can't stop oversharing.

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Jan 19, 2021

A satisfying conclusion to the trilogy with the best locations in the series

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