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488 games reviewed
78.5 average score
80 median score
76.4% of games recommended

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8.5 / 10.0 - Botany Manor
Apr 15, 2024

Botany Manor is a delightful blend of historical fiction, puzzle-solving, and botanical exploration, wrapped in a visually captivating package. Botany Manor is a must-play for fans of first-person puzzle games and anyone with a love for Victorian history and botany.

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Apr 9, 2024

No Umbrellas Allowed is more than just a game; it’s a tantalizing journey into a world where every transaction holds the promise of discovery, and every interaction is fraught with mystery. Just be sure to remember one thing … NO UMBRELLAS ALLOWED !!!

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Apr 8, 2024

While you might have a small amount of fun and adventure, exploring dungeons, finding hidden treasure chests, and relying on the luck of d20 rolls to dictate fate, that are all a part of the Pathfinder experience, Pathfinder: Gallowspire Survivors ultimately fall short of its potential, delivering a lackluster experience that fails to capture the essence of the beloved tabletop RPG, while Despite its ambitious scope and promising features, the game ultimately struggles to provide a compelling adventure within the Pathfinder universe, and defiantly is not worth even the low price tag it has, while even on a launch sale of 40% off.

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Apr 7, 2024

Solasta: Crown of the Magister is undoubtedly a love letter to a traditional Dungeons & Dragons tabletop experience. While I’m glad that the game is finally available across all modern platforms, minus the Switch, this game is probably much better enjoyed on PC via Steam than PlayStation 5. The mediocre performance, lack of accessibility features such as increasing text size, and the absence of cross-platform play and local co-op makes the PS5 version a hard recommendation.

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Mar 31, 2024

Princess Peach Showtime! is a quick experience that is aimed towards newcomers but don’t let that distract you from the stunning visuals and new friends you meet along the way to saving the Sparkle Theater.

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8 / 10.0 - Beat Slayer
Mar 31, 2024

Beat Slayer is more than just a game; it’s an experience, With its innovative gameplay mechanics, immersive world-building, and electrifying soundtrack, it’s a journey that will stay with players long after the final note fades away, and the beat stops.

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7.5 / 10.0 - Unleaving
Mar 30, 2024

Overall, Unleaving is a unique game with an amazing visual display of handpainted frames to make an abstract story. While the puzzle design is good, the puzzle’s difficulty level might make players quit the game early in frustration.

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7.5 / 10.0 - Rise of the Ronin
Mar 28, 2024

If you’re looking for a genre-defining samurai game, you won’t find it here with Rise of the Ronin. Despite its run of the mill open world formula and last-generation graphics, Rise of the Ronin’s commendable accessibility options, fascinating historical backdrop, and addictively refined combat allow it to reach an audience far more than Team Ninja’s titles did before, for better or for worse.

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9 / 10.0 - Pepper Grinder
Mar 28, 2024

Pepper Grinder is a great platformer with smooth gameplay and a nostalgic, pixelated art style. It’s a fantastic game to play and has the potential to go down as one of the best indie games of this year. If you’re searching for a new platformer game to play, this is the one.

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Mar 26, 2024

Although the roguelike format of Snow Day is designed to keep you coming back for more, I found myself struggling to find a reason to return to reply after beating a level. There are some cosmetic items to unlock and maybe a few weapons you didn’t try out, but that’s not enough. Snow Day is a blast to play, and you can’t beat the price! But it could use a bit more to keep players engaged for the long haul. With some extra content and incentives to keep players coming back, it has the potential to be a standout game. As it is, it’s a great option for fans of South Park and roguelike games, but it might not keep you hooked for a long time. Overall, it’s a solid choice, but with a few tweaks, it could be even better.

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6.5 / 10.0 - Highwater
Mar 25, 2024

Highwater falls short of its lofty ambitions. The story elements and exploration lack depth, failing to evoke any emotional resonance. For those seeking a captivating journey through a sunken city, the game disappoints with its linear progression and limited opportunities for exploration. However, for enthusiasts of turn-based combat intertwined with a modest narrative, Highwater may offer some appeal.

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Mar 20, 2024

Outcast – A New Beginning holds an undeniable amount of allure despite being an extremely janky and overpriced double-A game. It offers an interesting world with a mix of old-school charm and modern gameplay mechanics. The jetpack traversal is addictive and the weapon modding system is refreshing. However, it’s clear this game will definitely not appeal to everyone, even if you’re a fan of the 1999 original.

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Mar 20, 2024

Taxi Life stands out as a compelling fusion of simulator and arcade driving game, with fun challenges that feel right out of Crazy Taxi or Midtown Madness, providing players with a unique and immersive journey through the streets of Barcelona while managing their taxi empire, I just wish it had slightly better controls, as this is the main focal point of the game, and takes away from the experience greatly. The game’s price tag at $30 USD is also a bit more than I’d pay for a game like this, and to me feels like it would do better in the $14.99-$19.99 range. And don’t get me started on the overpriced DLC packs.

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Mar 19, 2024

Alone in the Dark, despite its aspirations, falls short of delivering a cohesive and captivating experience. The disjointed narrative, coupled with lackluster gameplay mechanics, detracts from what could have been a triumphant return to form. While it may offer moments of enjoyment, it ultimately fails to recapture the essence of its predecessors, leaving fans yearning for the chilling embrace of true horror. As the credits roll, it becomes apparent that Alone in the Dark, for all its ambition, remains but a shadow of its former self, a tantalizing glimpse into what could have been.

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8.5 / 10.0 - Rainbow Moon
Mar 19, 2024

Rainbow Moon for the Nintendo Switch is a solid addition to the RPG genre, with a unique battle system and engaging story. While it may not be a completely “definitive” experience, it offers a unique battle system, engaging story, and beautiful visuals. The “added balance customization features” may not be revolutionary, but they do offer some new ways for players to customize their characters and approach combat. Overall, Rainbow Moon is a great addition to the Nintendo Switch’s lineup of RPGs.

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9.5 / 10.0 - WWE 2K24
Mar 10, 2024

WWE 2K24 is the Wrestling game of all Wrestling games and puts the recent AEW game to shame with the number of modes and matches and the amount of polish to gameplay upgrades.

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Captain Velvet Meteor: The Jump+ Dimensions is a well-crafted and enjoyable game that combines action, strategy, and problem-solving in a tactical adventure suitable for players of all ages and skill levels, and helps children learn about overcoming their anxiety.

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7.5 / 10.0 - Manic Mechanics
Mar 9, 2024

Manic Mechanics is an engaging game that brings a fresh spin to the beloved couch co-op formula that players of the game Overcooked might be familiar with. While it may not be the most sophisticated game in its genre, it’s a fantastic addition to any gathering or party, as the game’s mechanics and quirky challenges will have you and your friends laughing and strategizing together as you work to become the ultimate mechanics of Octane Isle.

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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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