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409 games reviewed
75.9 average score
80 median score
63.4% of games recommended
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Apr 6, 2021

Star Wars: Republic Commando is the type of Star Wars game I wish we were getting more of these days. Its tight gunplay and tactical commands still hold up remarkably well and its story has big Clone Wars energy. It may be short and lacking in extras but it still manages to be a great experience after 16 long years lost in The World Between Worlds.

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Apr 4, 2021

It Takes Two is a puzzle, platforming title that is reminiscent of Nintendo's Mario titles but it also contains a touching story of love and adventure that you can't help but smile at.

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Mar 31, 2021

Monster Hunter Rise is an expertly melded combination of the best elements of the series and some truly phenomenal new tricks. Whether you're a veteran Magnamalo slayer or a rookie hunter, you don't want to miss out on this new hunt. This is a much-play if you own a Switch.

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Bowser’s Fury is an experience that should not be missed by any Nintendo fan. From the new level and open world designs, the catchy music, and the metal havoc from Max Fury Bowser, it is just a fun time through and through. Open to all types of players and co-op modes makes this accessible to anyone. While it may not be the full Mario adventure like Odyssey or 3D World, it is still full Mario experience that Nintendo is known for. Tributes to Super Mario Sunshine and Odyssey with ideas that may lead into future titles. Completionists will be rewarded and acknowledge for their efforts. A great expansion to an already solid package to 3D World.

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Stubbs the Zombie in Rebel Without a Pulse has more highs than lows, but those lows can get close to feeling like a slog. It’s a blast to play, even though you’ll have seen most of what it has to offer before the halfway mark. Luckily the game’s roughly eight-hour runtime makes it, so it never becomes tedious or boring, but it does get painfully close to that territory. Ultimately, your mileage is going to vary. Stubbs the Zombie surely has its flaws, but I enjoyed myself through the adventure enough to say that bringing this cult classic back from the dead was a good call.

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Feb 5, 2021

All in all, it’s not a bad port. It’s definitely not as rough as Nioh 1 was, but it does need another round or two in the optimization department. There’s no reason why one of the best GPUs on the market, combined with still equally decent CPU, should be seeing the performance I observed. I could see if this was confined to just playing at 4K, but even 1440p was a chore. Once KT addresses this, the game will be in a better position.

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Feb 5, 2021

Cyber Shadow‘s level design is so good that you’d be forgiven for thinking Yacht Club both developed and published the title. The game is superbly paced, ripe for multiple replays, and visually polished. It won’t win over those who don’t love retro action platformers, but even casual fans of the genre will love this one.

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Feb 1, 2021

Ikenfell captures the charm of its muses and adds its own flavor to create something unique and rewarding. It’s a clear labor of love, and the result was well worth the effort.

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Dec 26, 2020

Gears 5: Hivebusters is just what the series needed; a short but enjoyable romp, new faces, and a new perspective. It's clear that The Coalition wanted this to be special and they succeeded. Hivebusters is a showcase for those playing on either the Xbox Series X|S or Window 10 and is a perfect example that less isn't always a bad thing.

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People have been waiting for 8 years for a new Medal of Honor game and Above and Beyond could have been that triumphant return to the series people have been hoping for, unless you are starved for new VR content I would give Medal of Honor: Above and Beyond a wide berth.

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