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490 games reviewed
78.5 average score
80 median score
76.3% of games recommended

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Mar 8, 2024

The Outlast Trials takes its bone-chilling horror and extends it to a multiplayer aspect. The series retains its horror roots that scare you at every turn. Completing missions also makes you feel like you are improving, giving you goals to work towards. However, part of the fear is dampened when you realize that failure isn’t as painful as it used to be. Missions also take a long time, subtly encouraging you to play with friends.

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Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons Remake takes an already remarkable game with an incredible and emotional story and elevates it to new heights. With its breathtaking visuals, emotional soundtrack, and engaging gameplay, the remake is a testament to the power of storytelling in video games. Whether you’re experiencing the game for the first time or revisiting this timeless tale, Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons Remake is a must-play for any fan of narrative-driven games.

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Mar 6, 2024

Robin Hood: Sherwood Builders is a disappointing game that fails to deliver on its potential. The game’s attempt to combine base-building with the classic tale of Robin Hood falls flat, and the result is a mediocre and uninspired gameplay experience. The game’s poor graphics and sound design only add to the disappointment. Fans of Robin Hood or base-building games may find some enjoyment in Sherwood Builders, but for most players, this game is best avoided.

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6 / 10.0 - REVEIL
Mar 5, 2024

If you’re craving a circus-themed horror-lite game that doesn’t break the bank, then Reveil might be your cup of tea. You can snag it for a discounted price of $17.99 right now until March 13. Reveil is an experience that doesn’t leave a very strong impression, but that doesn’t make it not worth your time. Just tailor your expectations right to the lack of originality and technical shortcomings this game suffers from.

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5 / 10.0 - Sympathy Kiss
Mar 5, 2024

Sympathy Kiss is a visual novel that’s got an interesting tech design backstory. With its unique setting, fun characters, and engaging story, it’s a decent visual novel, but compared to other visual novels, it’s not one I feel in love with personally, and wouldn’t be a game I’d recommend for the $49.99 USD ($69.99 CAD) AAA price-tag it comes with.

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9.5 / 10.0 - The Thaumaturge
Mar 4, 2024

The Thaumaturge is a captivating and immersive RPG that takes players on a thrilling journey through the streets of early 20th-century Warsaw. As Wiktor Szulski, a thaumaturge with the ability to communicate with otherworldly beings known as salutors, players are drawn back to their family’s legacy and the pursuit of these elusive entities.

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Mar 2, 2024

Expeditions offers a unique and challenging off-road experience that rewards careful planning and execution. With realistic physics, and advanced tools and technologies, players can explore the game’s vast open world and uncover its secrets. While the driving controls can take some getting used to, and the drone tool can be a bit annoying, the game offers a rich and immersive experience that’s sure to appeal to fans of the franchise and newcomers alike. Overall, Expeditions: A MudRunner Game is a must-play for anyone looking for a realistic and exciting off-road adventure.

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6.5 / 10.0 - Winter Survival
Mar 2, 2024

In short, Winter Survival is a disappointing and frustrating experience. If you’re looking for a challenging and engaging survival experience, stick with “The Long Dark” and skip what feels like a lackluster imitation at this time. I believe with more polish the game could stand out more and become a better experience, but the building and crafting won’t help win over an already loyal fan base to the genre, and that of The Long Dark.

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Mar 1, 2024

Piczle Cross: Story of Seasons is more than just a game; it’s a bountiful harvest of farm life and brainy challenges. With its rich features, customization options, and delightful celebrations of the Story of Seasons universe, it offers an endlessly entertaining and rewarding puzzling experience for players of all tastes and backgrounds.

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6.5 / 10.0 - Skull and Bones
Feb 26, 2024

Overall the game is Decent, but with the amount of years it took to make, we both expected way more from the game. While the game invites players to explore the beautiful but treacherous Indian Ocean during the Golden Age of Piracy, if it weren’t for the Online Servers, this game would likely be one you’d see heavily pirated, just like the Golden Age of Piracy the game is set in.

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Feb 24, 2024

Put on your CorpoNation badge and get to work, We highly recommend giving CorpoNation: The Sorting Process a try. Just remember, the company is always watching, and 110% effort is the only acceptable level of performance!

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5.5 / 10.0 - qomp2
Feb 21, 2024

Qomp2 embraces the spirit of 90s arcade gaming, blending familiar elements with innovative gameplay. Despite the Pong-inspired marketing, the game evolves into a challenging puzzle platformer that stands on its own merits. With its clever level design, challenging bosses, and a soundtrack that harks back to the golden age of gaming, Qomp2 is a game for those seeking a nostalgic yet fresh gaming experience but isn’t a game that’s even close to being worth its price tag of $19.99 USD ($25.99 CAD), as is a game that should have been exclusive to just the Atari VCS where it feels the game truly belongs and can have its moment of fame and not get lost in the sea of better titles for the price.

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7.5 / 10.0 - Helldivers II
Feb 20, 2024

Arrowhead’s Helldivers 2 is an addictively fun co-op shooter that delivers explosive thrills and laughs, when it works at least. The constant server and matchmaking issues prevent it from being a must play experience right now. But it is indeed a worthy successor to the original game, and a great homage to the sci-fi space action genre. Now will you show your patriotism for Super Earth, soldier?

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Feb 17, 2024

Whether you’re a long-time fan reliving nostalgic memories or a newcomer discovering Lara Croft’s adventures for the first time, Tomb Raider I-III Remastered delivers a satisfying blend of classic gameplay and modern enhancements, making it a must-play for any fan of the iconic franchise.

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9.5 / 10.0 - Islands of Insight
Feb 16, 2024

Islands of Insight is not just a game; it’s an ever-evolving puzzle utopia. With puzzles that refresh over time, every visit to the islands promises a new discovery, keeping players engaged and eager to unravel the mysteries that lie ahead. The combination of exploration, puzzle-solving, and customization makes Islands of Insight a must-play for anyone seeking a harmonious blend of relaxation and mental stimulation. Step into the shoes of a Seeker and let your curiosity guide you through this captivating and enchanting world.

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3.5 / 10.0 - GENIE Reprise
Feb 15, 2024

For those unimpressed by poetic endeavors, GENIE Reprise generously offers you mere glimpses of game worlds to aimlessly wander through – cramped locales that wouldn’t even make the cut in the next big-budget Western RPG. The sheer lack of substance in these worlds is staggering; there’s nothing to do beyond the absolute bare minimum required to stumble through the experience until its inevitable, and merciful, conclusion. While a handful of locales might stick around in your mind, it’s more likely due to the trauma of realizing how utterly unengaging and devoid of challenge the entire experience is. If there was any intent behind this lackluster endeavor, part of me suspects that the developers aimed for a masterpiece in mediocrity from the start. GENIE Reprise 100% feels more like a tech demo than a game.

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Feb 12, 2024

I believe that Banishers: Ghosts of New Eden fills a specific niche in terms of genres, offering a unique blend of consequential story telling whilst also delivering a satisfying action role playing experience. It’s not perfect by any means, but it is a huge step forward in terms of creativity in the gaming medium and I’m all for it.

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Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty Complete Edition embarks on an ambitious yet flawed Souls-Like journey. While the engaging combat system, captivating RPG elements, and impressive aesthetics shine through, they are hindered by a lack of difficulty balance, a rushed narrative conclusion, and notable technical issues. It is imperative for the developers to address these performance issues promptly, elevating the game to the standard expected with its price tag and ensuring a more enjoyable and stable experience for players eager to immerse themselves in the world of Wo Long.

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Feb 11, 2024

Despite being in development hell for almost 8 years, Granblue Fantasy: Relink surpassed my initial troubled expectations. With its beautiful animations, addicting combat, and varied character roster, Relink is undoubtedly an experience that will appeal to fans of the series and the action RPG genre in general, especially the end-game multiplayer content. However, as a standalone solo-player JRPG experience, it’s a generic and bland affair.

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Feb 11, 2024

Sys: Celes successfully marries its engaging narrative with polished gameplay, creating an experience that appeals to both fans of the series and newcomers alike. The final chapter of the Hollow Night saga delivers not only the promise of a dramatic conclusion but also the commitment to providing a satisfying and well-crafted fighting game experience.

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