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Angelo M. D'Argenio
Jun 22, 2020

This is one of Sony's best titles yet and a clear competitor for game of the year. Even if you hadn't played the original, this deserves to be in your library.

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8.5 / 10.0 - West of Dead
Jun 19, 2020

West of Dead is a refreshing take on multiple genres. It's a great cover-based twin-stick shooter. It's a different kind of roguelite. And it's just a solid all-around action game that's a joy to play. It's highly challenging, and it rewards smart play, so what you ultimately get is a satisfying experience that's fun and invites you to put the time into learning its intricacies.

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7.8 / 10.0 - Sludge Life
Jun 11, 2020

Sludge Life is graffiti-themed a first-person 3D platformer that works really well and is fun to play. Its emphasis on climbing high structures and getting to hard-to-reach areas to drop your tags makes the tough gameplay feel worthwhile. The controls can be a bit finicky, but there's a lot of fun to be had here. There's also a nice blend of real-world commentary and vulgar humor to keep things interesting.

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6.5 / 10.0 - Disintegration
Jun 10, 2020

Disintegration at least proves that, when properly tuned, the vehicle-based gameplay that's normally presented as a one-off setpiece in most other FPS titles is capable of anchoring an entire game, especially when it's paired off with a little RTS unit management. Unfortunately, in Disintegration's case, that unique gameplay model isn't strong enough to outshine the game's lack of visual and functional polish.

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8.8 / 10.0 - Monster Train
Jun 5, 2020

If Slay the Spire was the roguelike deck-builder genre's promising first impression, Monster Train feels like the genre really hitting its stride. In some regards, Monster Train feels like a full-on sequel to Slay the Spire, but it also changes things up enough to stand firm all on its own.

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8.3 / 10.0 - Valorant
Jun 5, 2020

Valorant isn't trying to appeal to everyone. It's trying to appeal to a hyper focused slice of the hardcore shooter fanbase. If that sounds like you, you will absolutely love it.

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6.5 / 10.0 - Those Who Remain
Jun 1, 2020

It's easy to see what Camel 101 was going for as it constructed Those Who Remain's dark and foreboding world, but while the intent was noble, the execution leaves much to be desired. The game's low price point might appeal to someone who's desperate for a new game to play, but any wayward souls who come across the exit for Dormont while cruising the horror game highway should just keep on driving.

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8.5 / 10.0 - Resolutiion
May 29, 2020

Resolutiion may wear its influences on its sleeve, but even then it's managed to carve out a unique identity of its own. You'll see a little bit of Hyper Light Drifter, Dark Souls, and Metroid here, but the overall package is a wholly original sci-fi experiece that's great for folks looking to get lost in a bleak futuristic world.

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6.8 / 10.0 - Maneater
May 28, 2020

Maneater is a game that could have been good but was too obsessed with forcing players to interact with its low points to make its high points shine.

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5.3 / 10.0 - Someday You'll Return
May 11, 2020

Someday You'll Return is an ambitious failure. It tries to cram together too many disparate game systems while failing to handle narrative and character in a way that could've made this game work. I wanted to like it; I went into it with great enthusiasm and quit it with an equally intense frustration.

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