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Jun 10, 2021

Even 15 years after the release of the first Ninja Gaiden it is easy to appreciate its majesty and all the nuances of the combat system proposed by Itagaki: it takes a few minutes to "regroup" again how to parry a shot, activate a devastating combo or decapitate an enemy and be conquered by the tight pace of play. It takes very little for a newb to appreciate the superb qualities of a combat system and gameplay that still manage to keep up with the best exponents of the action category. Because Ninja Gaiden also means secrets, areas to explore and puzzles to solve. Overall, the gameplay and level design of the two Sigmas also make a sniff in 2021, while the weaker of the three is confirmed to be the usual Razor's Edge.

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8.3 / 10.0 - Game Builder Garage
Jun 10, 2021

Game Builder Garage is a courageous experiment that deserves the attention of those who are not content to stay on the surface of the video game medium. The experience is presented on the first as less captivating than titles such as Super Mario Maker, but the satisfaction that is obtained by entering the Bianconiglio lair and discovering the secrets of programming is priceless. We're curious to find out how the Game Builder Garage community will evolve, and we'll be interested in trying out the creations of grass developers from all over the world.

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6 / 10.0 - Open Country
Jun 10, 2021

FunLabs' new title is especially striking for its ambition. The development studio, in fact, for the first time dares to get out of the comfort zone that has characterized hunting games for years and offers the public a curious mixture between open world, dynamics extrapolated from the survivals and mechanics typical of any hunting game. The big problem with this clearly tight budget is that the mixture of genres is grouped into an unconsused and, above all, unbalanced mix.

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Jun 9, 2021

The core of the experience remains pleasant and fun, provided, however, that it is taken more like a more of the same, if not almost an expansion of the first Contracts, and to accept its obvious limits and problems.

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Jun 8, 2021

Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart is an experience that pleases, entertains and excites, but also flows guided and within limited tracks (and I'm not necessarily referring to the rails to grind in passages from the interaction inversely proportional to the majesty of the show), without perhaps ever upsetting beyond the disturbing technical aspect.

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Jun 8, 2021

The talented Japanese team has created its greatest work and, beyond what will be the reception of the general public, has given shape to a stylistic and gameplay masterpiece, capable of synthesizing the needs of players with almost opposite characteristics.

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Jun 6, 2021

Not the best possible remake for a Mega Drive classic largely unknown to Western players. After the good rehearsals seen during the technical remake of The Dragon's Trap, Wonder Boy Asha in Monster World struggles to impress in the same way. A gameplay that does not have the courage to dare, a difficulty too calibrated downwards and an unpired 2.5D graphic look leave a certain bitter taste in the mouth once you reach the credits.

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Jun 5, 2021

While not revolutionizing the experience of its predecessor, Subnautica: Below Zero enriches and expands unknown worlds' excellent playful insights, packing a stimulating and inspired narrative survival. If you are looking for an experience focused on simulated survival, but at the same time prefer to let yourself be taken by the hand by a guided but intelligent advancement, then all you have to do is sink into the depths of 4546B.

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A lazy and biting remastered, designed for online but with a netcode absolutely not up to scratch. A carefully created online component would surely have made a combat system shine that remains solid and fun decades later, finally bringing the saga back to the giants of beat 'em up. Let's hope Sega has learned his lesson and wants to "get serious" next time.

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Jun 1, 2021

Necromunda Hired Gun rests its foot on the accelerator of dynamism and violence, however it has an inaccurate aim. Many of its problems stem from strictly technical stumbles, some of which can be filed with special updates (such as bugs or application crashes), while others are inherent in its playful DNA, and have to do with almost completely absent feedback from shots, with a coarse artificial intelligence to the far-fetched, and with a general flatness of shootings.

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