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1007 games reviewed
65.4 average score
70 median score
39.2% of games recommended

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Oct 1, 2022

While there are legitimate value contentions to make about this quasi-remake, Part I earns the crown as the definitive edition of this seminal title.

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4 / 10.0 - Saints Row
Sep 21, 2022

This probably isn’t a bad game if you approach it as its own thing, independent of any of the expectations created by previous entries. But as a Saints Row title it leaves a very bitter taste.

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8.5 / 10.0 - Soulstice
Sep 21, 2022

Ultimately, a combat game has to be judged by how good its combat is, and in that respect Soulstice passes with flying colors.

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4 / 10.0 - We Are OFK
Sep 20, 2022

We Are OFK's flash can only do so much for a game so insecure about its format and inauthentic in its intent.

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Not every game is worth playing, and the online component requires a serious overhaul, but for Turtles aficionados focused on solo and couch co-op play, this collection is like a pepperoni pie from Antonio's, the turtles' favorite pizza joint — a must-have.

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4 / 10.0 - Rumbleverse
Sep 13, 2022

Iron Galaxy's flashy entrance into the Battle Royale space quickly gets suplexed by a rushed release, soulless aesthetic, and mismanaged design.

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8 / 10.0 - Cult of the Lamb
Sep 10, 2022

Its mixture of fast-paced rogue-like action and deliberate cult management works wonders, delivering crunchy, high-stakes combat and rewarding, open-ended simulation gameplay.

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Sep 5, 2022

Kuro no Kiseki represents, at its fullest, that invaluable joy of diving into a new world.

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4.5 / 10.0 - South of the Circle
Sep 5, 2022

South of the Circle feels akin to frostbite: it's difficult to feel anything for the characters after continued exposure to suffocating game design & mismanaged narrative.

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Sep 3, 2022

Third time's the charm, as they say, and Monolith Soft has proved this with a game that builds upon its predecessors in every way.

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Aug 30, 2022

Ultimately, Kirby’s Dream Buffet consists of a lot of good ideas unfortunately hampered by Nintendo’s continued online bugaboo and what I suspect are technical limitations.

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Aug 26, 2022

By connecting gameplay & storytelling in such meaningful ways, Giant Sparrow's second title still remains a classic.

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7.5 / 10.0 - Rollerdrome
Aug 26, 2022

This deadly discotheque of a game is an experience for sure.

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Aug 22, 2022

Blossom Tales II: The Minotaur Prince is bigger and bolder than the first installment and even approaches the greatness of the better top-down Zelda titles.

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7 / 10.0 - Stray
Aug 20, 2022

Long story short: it's worth digging your claws into BlueTwelve's debut hit.

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Aug 18, 2022

Azure Striker Gunvolt 3 is arguably the best the series has offered up so far, harbouring fun, tight gameplay that’s at its best when you’re transfixed by a wonderfully kinetic Kirin Arc Chain display on screen.

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Aug 8, 2022

When I compare Sword and Fairy: Together Forever to the heavy-hitting JRPGs of the 8th generation such as Persona 5, Final Fantasy XV, Tales of Beseria, and Xenoblade Chronicles 2, not only is the outcome favorable, it can flat out surpass them at will.

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6 / 10.0 - MADiSON
Aug 7, 2022

Imagine MADiSON akin to liking a nice picture that's out of focus: there's still a special attribute for genre fans to appreciate, but others will be put-off by the inconsistent craftsmanship.

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Aug 2, 2022

While this collection has more individual experiences and many more customization options, the line-up is arguably inferior to Turrican Flashback. As a result, last year's collection would be easier to recommend to general players, while this first volume would be better suited for collectors and Turrican super fans.

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Aug 2, 2022

Altogether, Vol. II falls into the same category as Vol. I: a collection of deep cuts better suited to completionists and Turrican loyalists than the everyday player.

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