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Unscored - Spelunky 2
Sep 19, 2020

Like last time, your craziest failures in Spelunky 2 play out like lessons. Unlike last time, the number of crisscrossing variables has skyrocketed, so there's a lot more to learn and, hence, a lot more fun to have while dying in the name of treasure-hunting success.

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Sep 16, 2020

Buy it if you missed out on any of these classic games the first time around or if you want to relive them again in a more convenient form.

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Unscored - Battletoads
Aug 20, 2020

Dlala has implemented just enough obnoxious stuff between Battletoads' good bits to stop me, a pretty freakish Battletoads fan, from recommending that anyone buy it outright.

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Aug 7, 2020

A must-play if you already subscribe to PlayStation Plus. A hearty party-game recommendation if you can convince online friends to join in. A tough sell for loners or couch co-op players.

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Unscored - CARRION
Jul 23, 2020

Buy (or claim on Xbox Game Pass for either console or PC).

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Jul 14, 2020

If you need to get lost in over 30 hours of heroic gameplay right now, in a single-player adventure with no online connectivity gimmicks or content locked away as DLC, Sucker Punch has you covered with an instant contender for 2020's game of the year.

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Unscored - F1 2020
Jul 6, 2020

I've not driven an F1 car in real life, but I do get to play a fair few different racing games each year, and I'm happy to report that F1 2020 is up there with the best of them in terms of fun. It's incredible engaging with a wheel and pedals, and you can customize the game to match the difficulty level you're looking for. It looks good and sounds as good as you can hope a turbocharged hybrid F1 car to sound.

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Unscored - Iron Man VR
Jul 2, 2020

Ambitious attempt to recreate the superhero flying experience falls flat.

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Jun 12, 2020

I don’t regret the time I spent back in the world of The Last of Us. But a big part of me was left wondering if its creators just should have left well enough alone.

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Nintendo's Clubhouse Games wins out by being a rarity in the console-gaming universe.

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