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Jan 20, 2022

Strange Horticulture is part ideal life sim and part puzzle adventure, where running an arcane plant shop is quiet, meticulous, delightful, dark, and beguiling.

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Jan 20, 2022

A strange, funny, and ambitious fully-acted propaganda simulator, Not For Broadcast puts you at the control desk of the mainstream media

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Unscored - Windjammers 2
Jan 20, 2022

Whether you're a newcomer or someone steeped in the history of the Neo Geo classic, Windjammers 2 is arcade action in simple and enthralling form, beckoning you in with a low skill barrier, dazzling art style, and an eclectic mix of characters.

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A tactical FPS that borrows from Rainbow Six Siege's best bits and turns them into a moreish, alien-busting time. It may not blow you away, but it's perfect for challenging co-op jaunts with pals.

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Jan 18, 2022

Despite a bit of a subdued opening hour, Expeditions: Rome is a gripping, ambitious historical CRPG that shines in its writing, its art direction, and most of all in the design of its turn-based combat encounters.

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Jan 18, 2022

An action RPG that has you shapeshifting through a colourful world. Despite that colour, and some really fun moments, repetitive dungeon-crawls mean you're not so much saving the world as clearing it.

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Unscored - Sands of Salzaar
Jan 13, 2022

Sands Of Salzaar is an army-building, slashy action RPG whose personality and spectacular battles carry it through some pacing and clarity issues.

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Unscored - God of War
Jan 12, 2022

God Of War is a fantastic action-adventure epic with beauty, bleakness and heart. Believe the hype: it really is very good.

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Jan 10, 2022

A more than worthy successor to Monster Hunter: World, Rise elevates the series to new heights with this gorgeous new PC port.

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Dec 24, 2021

Despite a few flaws, Endwalker is a fantastic end to the current story arc of Final Fantasy XIV.

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Dec 22, 2021

A psychological adventure game born from a melting pot of Hitchcockian ideas, but its commitment to a scientific exploration of memory doesn't always hold up.

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It's excessive, extravagant and downright ridiculous at times, but Final Fantasy VII Remake Intergrade is a bold and exciting retelling of this beloved JRPG, with a fantastic new battle system to match.

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Unscored - The Gunk
Dec 16, 2021

A striking and confident 3D platformer that's a real feast for the senses, but one that plays it very safe compared to Image & Form's more inventive SteamWorld games.

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Dec 13, 2021

Fights In Tight Spaces is a unique and thoroughly enjoyable twist on the deckbuilding genre thanks to its grounded tone and turn-based tactics, but it falls slightly short of being something truly special.

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Unscored - White Shadows
Dec 13, 2021

Its puzzles are simple, but White Shadows offers two hours of creative, chilling designs, joyous musical set pieces and enough screen-shottable sights to fill your hard drive.

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Unscored - ICARUS
Dec 10, 2021

When playing solo, Icarus is a largely unforgiving survival experience brimming with both jank and atmosphere. It's not revolutionary, but it's still better than it has any right to be.

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Unscored - Wytchwood
Dec 10, 2021

A dark fairy-tale to-do list that takes full advantage of its premise and has a lot of fun with it. You'll fall in love with Wytchwood's no-nonsense crone.

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Unscored - Mechajammer
Dec 6, 2021

Between its threadbare design and shocking number of bugs and major glitches, Mechajammer is an unfortunately miserable experience.

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Unscored - Halo Infinite
Dec 6, 2021

A rickety storyline can't stop this from grappling back lapsed fans with its open world and nostalgic gunfights.

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Unscored - Chorus
Dec 3, 2021

Despite a weak start, Chorus's over-the-top world and tone combine with slick dogfighting in space to make a potent package

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