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192 games reviewed
76.9 average score
80 median score
63.5% of games recommended
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Nov 22, 2021

Battlefield 2042 is huge. In his best moments huge fun, but just as often hugely frustrating, stressful and difficult to understand. All controls are at max in this game, which is a clear starting point from the previous games in the series. Whether you will like it or not is impossible to answer.

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Nov 20, 2021

Mario Party Superstars is a return to the format that worked best for the series. It brings together some of the very best mini-games over the years on five of the series' most iconic game boards. But best of all – it opens up games no matter what control you may have at home. A must for game meetings in the company of good friends.

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Nov 11, 2021

Riders Republic is a game with a glued-on attitude, alarmingly many sports and an overplottered world map. Even so, the game surprises great with great control, varied challenges and a world bursting with fun activities. The fact that we are also not spoilt for purpose with well-made ski, snowboarding and cycling games does not exactly make it worse that we get everything in one here.

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Nov 11, 2021

Call of Duty: Vanguard feels in many ways like a throwback to older Call of Duty titles. There is nothing wrong with stripped-down restarts, but in this case it feels more like time constraints have been the main reason for the simplifications. The single player campaign has few memorable moments, while zombie mode lacks a lot of content at launch. At least the online part offers plenty of content and chaotic, easily accessible high-tempo clearing – but it's not very new under the sun.

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Nov 9, 2021

Forza Horizon 5 is a further development of everything we loved about part four. The races are crazier, the cars more and the exploration more dynamic than ever before. Some elements are on repeat, but still manage to feel fresh thanks to the change of scenery. An adrenaline-filled experience no one should miss, simply.

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It's limited, but oh so entertaining. It's a bit sad that the focus on action takes some horror, but at the same time we appreciate that the story and the environments are very different from the previous titles of the anthology.

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Oct 25, 2021

Age of Empires 4 is a safe return. It is both better looking and larger than before, but at the same time is characterized by an extremely familiar feeling. The various playable civilizations are the triumph of the game, while the campaigns and inherited problems of the rts genre as a whole create some irritation.

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Oct 22, 2021

Mercury Steam picks up where Nintendo left last, and they do it in style. Metroid Dread offers the same old "Metroidvania" concept as before, but also adds brand new elements and features that surprise. The "just one more time" feeling is also constant and won't let us go until we really sort it all out.

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Oct 19, 2021

With NHL 22, EA's long-running team finally gets a brand new game engine, providing better physics, graphics, and animations. As usual, we also get a variety of game modes that make most people happy, whether it's realism or party games that attract. What we do not get, however, is a sufficiently refreshed sense of play. The improved physics helps, but does not shake off all the old flaws. That said, NHL 22 is an excellent hockey game, although several long-standing problems still exist.

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Oct 15, 2021

More than a decade after Left 4 Dead 2, Turtle Rock is back to reclaim the throne. Back 4 Blood is not a revolution in itself, but rather an evolution of the developer's already excellent setup. Of course, we would have liked less of the small errors we find here and there, but that doesn't stop the game from being a really entertaining and addictive action party. With human co-players, that is.

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Oct 6, 2021

Far Cry 6 begins with a strong sequence that is hard to shake off. In the course of the adventure, we get plenty of similar scenes, but also the exact opposite – and everything in between. It creates an incredibly fragmented experience that is difficult to live in properly. But it's actually not quite as bad as it sounds because we are constantly inundated with entertaining, challenging and not least varied chores. Instead, it's mainly unusually many bugs and flawed artificial intelligence that sink Ubisoft's action adventures a notch.

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Despite over 20 years on the neck, Diablo II is a regular classic whose gameplay continues to this day. However, this does not make the graphics, which makes it fitting that this restoration lovingly repaints the exterior but leaves most of the inside intact. However, some parts would have been fine with a modernization, and the forced online requirement of unstable services can create great frustration.

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Sep 30, 2021

"New" Fifa is a big step forward for both the series and Electronic Arts. Realism is more evident this time, while the ballplay on the pitch is becoming increasingly compelling. Sure, there are occasional misses in places, but mostly everything from animations to collisions feels entirely worthy of the epithet "next gen".

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Sep 27, 2021

Toy cars, delightfully crunchy tracks and high speeds are what await in Hot Wheels Unleashed. Although the variety is different in terms of both race types and the feeling in the vehicles, there is nothing to stop the race from being terribly fun. In its best moments, Hot Wheels Unleashed can even measure up to timeless classics like Ridge Racer 7, Micro Machines V3 and F-Zero GX.

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Sep 14, 2021

Arkane Studios Deathloop grabs you tightly with a mix of smart gameplay and mysterious storytelling. The open world presented in the time loop engages, while also inviting a lot of experimentation. If you get past the information bomb that is the first half hour of the game, you can look forward to a unique shooter with great freedom of choice and variety.

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Sep 8, 2021

Tales of Arise is a Japanese role-playing game of classic dimensions. A motley band of young heroes set out to save a world filled with secrets, beautiful cities, fun battles and an exciting story. The technical bit is a bit uneven, the action wobbles a bit and the set-up toughens on in familiar tracks – but for those who want a grand Japanese role-playing game, Tales of Arise is the best in a long time.

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Aug 23, 2021

Despite the shortcomings, the World of Psychonauts is worth a visit. Sure, we had hoped for a more refined experience, but there is still a lot to like here – and the noisy fans who have longed for years for the sequel will be pleased.

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Aug 17, 2021

Intense and challenging battles are mixed with amazing characters that populate colorful and lovingly created environments. The tribute words hail and Hades is worth every single one – although we would have liked to have seen more improvements and news alongside the one-year-old Switch version.

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Jul 17, 2021

When Codemaster's acclaimed F1 series makes its debut on the new consoles, it is not the enhanced graphics that make the biggest impact, but a brand-new story mode. An exciting addition, which unfortunately does not reach its full potential. Fortunately, the superb career mode is intact and slightly improved, as are the many options available to those who prefer to play online. Although some content has been removed since last year's version, and a few other issues remain, F1 2021 offers almost everything an F1 fan could wish for.

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Olympic Games Tokyo 2020: The Official Video Game is a collection of sport games that perfectly capture the essence of the old Track ‘n Field series, mixed with the easygoing sport games from 20 years ago. The game is not perfect by any means, and the lack of depth does make it an ill-fit for lone players. But if you are looking for a fun and competitive yet easy to play sports game for both family and friends – this is it.

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