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74.9 average score
78 median score
56.8% of games recommended
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Jun 23, 2020

The Last of Us Part 2 elevates every element of its predecessor and more. Three pillars make what games are: technology, an art form, and of course, a game for people to play and enjoy. It hits all of those notes and more.

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Oct 4, 2020

To celebrate the 35th anniversary of the most famous video game of all time, Nintendo gives Mario a totally fresh twist in Super Mario Bros 35. This game has been re-released and ported nearly a dozen times in the past, so is this version really anything special? Mamma mia, is it ever!

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10 / 10.0 - Hadr
Oct 18, 2020

On the surface, Hadr is a simple indie game. But the deeper you get into the game, the better the experience gets. Hadr is a small game of refined tastes and it is unlike any other puzzle game seen. So what makes it so special? Time to find out with a Hadr game review!

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10 / 10.0 - Blind Drive
Mar 10, 2021

What senses do you need when driving a car? Sight and Hearing are pretty much it, right? Let's take out sight and watch the mayhem unfold. Blind Drive is an arcade racer where you only have your trusty ears to drive to safety. Check out this Blind Drive Game Review for some impressions!

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Apr 26, 2021

Enhanced with fantastic and fresh content, Disco Elysium: The Final Cut is a game that dances through the vulgar and the sublime in an experience that excels in delivering superb storytelling with compelling gameplay mechanics; it’s a hallmark of the genre that deserves every ounce of credit attributed to it.

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Danielle Crowder
Jan 5, 2017

If you like mysteries, sci-fi, or puzzle adventure games, you will enjoy Subject 13. We are very impressed with what the developers have created and look forward to their next work.

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Noel McDavid
Feb 17, 2020

LUNA: The Shadow Dust is a hand-drawn, story-driven puzzle game that is sure to catch attention, and even trigger some tears. LUNA is more than just a game; it is an artistic creation. Between its music and artwork, and its touching, unique story, this game offers much more than your typical PC game.

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Jan 6, 2021

The charm of a beautifully-rendered forest world and its adorable denizens belies a challenging Metroidvania experience in Ori and the Blind Forest: Definitive Edition, an updated re-release of the 2015 indie hit. Will you be able to restore light to the forest, or will you fall prey to the razor-sharp talons of the dreaded Kuro?

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Lorenzo Lombardi
Feb 5, 2018

Monster Hunter World is a game-changer. It gives players an unprecedented amount of quality and lets them ride the incredibly fulfilling rollercoaster of gameplay all the way; until the very last upgrade. World is also a very personal journey of evolving your character and feeling every adversity that you choose to face. You will feel every triumph, recover steadily from every failure, and never feel your time is wasted. There may be a couple of glaring flaws such as the weak story and poor multiplayer matchmaking mechanics, but they pale in comparison to the greatness of the game. When another monster saves you at the last vestiges of your health, know that it is a dynamic and non-scripted game; when you have access to every weapon at the start, know that this is a game from a respected franchise that has retained its quality and player-driven content since the beginning. I will be on my two-hundredth quest and still know that, in my mind, Monster Hunter World is masterful.

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Hrvoje Smoljic
Feb 5, 2018

Shadow of the Colossus has been my most favorite revisiting of a game in a long time. In a sea of quickly packaged remasters that only slightly improve, this one is a shining beacon of how to refresh the game right as every aspect that could be improved - was. All the while, the game didn't lose what made it special in the first place and became an even more essential part of the PlayStation library.

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