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Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3 feels a lot like opening a time capsule. It has so much in common with games from a decade ago that it might have been released back then. Fun moments are there to be found if you don't mind fighting a camera, frame-rate stutter and sifting through menus and load screens as you fight wave after wave of hard-hitting health sponges.

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Jul 10, 2019

Grab your hammer and jump into the path of destiny once again to become the master builder. With a new story, new characters and new lands to explore, this quest will be your biggest yet.

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8 / 10.0 - Sea of Solitude
Jul 7, 2019

Sea of Solitude is a fun and entertaining indie title that is definitely worth your time. It's not very long, but what it lacks in hours, to makes up for in interesting and varied gameplay, as well as a compelling story.

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Jun 25, 2019

Island Living successfully captures the feeling of living on a tropical island, with beautiful sandy beaches and deep blue waters to explore. Sims can work to preserve the natural beauty of the islands or swim with dolphins and mermaids. There's not a lot of depth to the mermaids, which may leave some Simmers disappointed.

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8.5 / 10.0 - My Friend Pedro
Jun 25, 2019

Your friend Pedro simply wants you to kill people in the most stylish way you can. That's all he really wants from you and you must obey him. Thankfully, it's also really fun to do that. The game provides you with the tools to become a murder maestro orchestrating your own symphony of death while also having a tongue in its cheek and a banana with a face. If you love making art with bullets, this is the game for you even if it can sometimes be a little bruised in places.

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Timóteo Da Silva
Jun 24, 2019

Although it could be argued that the Wii U's dual screen is still the ideal way to play (and a stylus is definitely a plus), SMM2 still manages to shine on the Switch. Designing is a perfect background activity and the wildly fun multiplayer modes are sure to provide longevity. SMM2 has something for all kinds of players and makers and is Nintendo back at their creative best.

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Jun 24, 2019

Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night shows how the Metroidvania genre can appeal to both purists and more modern players, offering something new while giving hearty nods at its roots.

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9 / 10.0 - F1 2019
Jun 24, 2019

F1 2019 brought enough upgrades to make this sufficient enough for the annual update. Leagues, the F2 series, the ability to finally save replay highlights and tweaking the racing to perfection makes this another must-own for fans.

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Paul Roux
7 / 10.0 - Samurai Shodown
Jun 23, 2019

Samurai Shodown is an on-point reboot of the series and a return to form for SNK. While the single-player offerings are a little dull, the overall game offers a lot to players who are willing to put in the effort. Fans of the series won't be disappointed and hopefully, Samurai Shodown will bring in a few new warriors along the way.

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Timóteo Da Silva
Jun 23, 2019

A wonderful, nostalgic trip that brings an old favourite back with substance and style. Despite one or two significant issues, it looks, sounds and feels better than you remember it. And while not perfect yet, it's the first game in some time that even comes close to knocking the Big N off their kart-racing pedestal.

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7 / 10.0 - Conan Unconquered
Jun 19, 2019

Conan Unconquered presents some cool ideas but doesn't provide enough weight or substance to keep you coming back for more punishment.

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Jun 5, 2019

Warhammer Chaosbane looks every bit like a hack and slash contender but misses too many of the nuances that make other games in the genre fun and addictive.

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7 / 10.0 - MotoGP 19
Jun 5, 2019

MotoGP 19 makes some strides to address the issues of last year's iteration. There are however still a lot of room for improvement and with the right amount of attention and development, the series can very quickly become one of the best annual releases.

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Timóteo Da Silva
7 / 10.0 - Cricket 19
Jun 3, 2019

Cricket 19 is too close to call and needs to be sent upstairs: For fans, this is clearly the best of recent games - showing improvements in almost all departments and should, therefore, be a considered a 'must buy'. However, due to several niggling shortcomings and an inherently slower nature, non-fans may feel like it's more of a slog than a slog-swept six out the park.

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6.5 / 10.0 - Team Sonic Racing
May 29, 2019

Those expecting a deep single-player experience to match previous Sonic racers won't get much to enjoy unless you have friends or family to join you in on the fun. Get a group of players to join you offline or online and you'll have a blast. It's made for a group of players, not for those who don't like sharing.

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Timóteo Da Silva
6 / 10.0 - Venture Kid
May 28, 2019

Due to its style and a healthy dose of that "good old nostalgia" Venture Kid feels at times like it is perfect for the Switch. Made by fans for fans it's a game that will likely appeal to those who enjoy the retro action platforming genre. Unfortunately, tight controls and extra modes aside, you're mostly left feeling that this game is lacking that something truly special.

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9 / 10.0 - Blood & Truth
May 27, 2019

Blood & Truth is the most fun I've had in years. Its revolutionary shooting mechanics turn you into a virtual action hero in every sense of the word as you go through a gritty, dark and violent London underground in search for answers and revenge, all in VR. The amazingly designed setpieces make sure that you're never bored through the game's 8 hour tight and compact story. The only sadness I felt while playing this game was when the credits rolled. This is the game that shows us that PSVR is to be taken seriously.

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May 20, 2019

Everybody's Golf VR is a charming golf game capable of putting you directly on the grass. Everything feels and functions perfectly and once you learn the ropes, it can almost be a tool to teach you how to play real golf. Interactions with the female caddies are a little weird, but they're part of the game's charm and wonderful homey and relaxing atmosphere. If you're looking for a VR golf game, here you go. This is the one.

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6 / 10.0 - Rage 2
May 19, 2019

Rage 2's greatest system gets bogged down by a middling experience, making for a forgettable trip through an open world that looks like it came straight out of something a decade old.

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May 12, 2019

Becoming an Elite Sniper isn't an easy mission, especially at the height of World War II. But with the right equipment, a slow-motion kill cam, and a sniper rifle, there's nothing stopping you!

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