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195 games reviewed
77.0 average score
80 median score
64.1% of games recommended

M3's Reviews

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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Jul 4, 2021

What may look like an ordinary Japanese action game soon turns out to be so much more. In addition to battles that are as good-looking as they are tactical, we also get charismatic characters, a captivating story, and a well-developed universe. Unfortunately, both the story and the battles stumble upon themselves at times - and the environments often leave a lot to be desired. But despite the shortcomings, Scarlet Nexus is a surprisingly successful mix of action and JRPG – and a must have for anyone who wants an action game with a focus on story and depth.

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Ratchet and Clank: Rift Apart is all we wanted from this long-awaited sequel: Fast and Entertaining Action, with a lot of nostalgia. This is action-packed, slightly brain-dead, platform entertainment at its best. We look forward to hearing a new generation of gamers running around playing Ratchet and Clank in the parks.

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Collect three of history's most acclaimed space adventures and spruce up gameplay and graphics – can it end in anything but success? Yes and no. Because while The Mass Effect Legendary Edition includes over 100 hours of top-notch story and action, some parts are noticeably outdated – with some new bugs. On the other hand, there's nothing to stop Mass Effect Legendary Edition from being the best way to experience an acclaimed trilogy.

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May 24, 2021

Biomutant is an odd and brave addition to the action role-playing game, but is plagued by substandard storytelling and repeating elements. The smart weapon and equipment building system acts as a rescue plank. As a whole, the game does not live up to the hype.

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May 14, 2021

Oddly enough, much is the same from 1999; you follow a more or less firm path forward and should try to photograph as many pocket monsters as possible before the route reaches its end. Something else that's strange is that it's still really fun. At least for a while. Although the photo adventure is more than twice as long as the original and the gameplay moments have evolved, the whole still feels too thin to delight anyone other than Pokémon fans.

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May 6, 2021

Resident Evil: Village takes the set-up from the seventh installment and mixes it together with the very best in the show's history. It enchants and shocks us at the same time, to the point that we become completely dependent on it. A contemporary classic that sets a new standard, just as Resident Evil 4 once did.

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Apr 29, 2021

It is frustrating and empty; and yet we'll start over right away. We need to find out what happened, we want to discover more of the unparalleled world, we want to fight even harder against all the vile monsters that stand in our way. The unforgiving arrangement will be a watershed, but for anyone with the slightest interest in sci-fi, Returnal is worth having on the radar.

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Apr 23, 2021

Off the track, MotoGP 21 builds on what its predecessor did well, even if it's not much news. Out on the track, however, we get renovated and more realistic gameplay mechanics. However, we lack more noticeable improvements now that the series has found its way to a new console generation; much more than higher resolution, more details in the environments and significantly shorter charging times we do not get.

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Apr 8, 2021

Monster Hunter Rise takes the very best from its predecessor and adds a couple of new fresh touches. Elements that give the hunt a whole new dimension and that make it really difficult for us to stop playing. A word of warning to beginners only – this isn't a game you learn in an afternoon.

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Mar 24, 2021

Whichever format you choose, a fantastic fun adventure filled with gaming fun awaits. Rarely have we been so surprised by all the imaginative gameplay that constantly replace each other. Not everything hits the spot, but it's still impossible not to be impressed with the big picture.

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There are few titles that can give four players in the same room the huge rush of Super Mario 3D World. The improvements in the Switch version are few, but appreciated. In addition, these changes the game to such an extent that even veterans should play it. The extra game Bowser's Fury is the icing on the cake and gives you a playful open world sandbox where proven moments meet new elements. The result is simply a complete package of pure platform entertainment.

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Feb 10, 2021

The Nioh Collection consists of two demanding games in the so-called Soulsborne genre, a genre that dances in its best moments on a thin line between extreme frustration and boundless happiness. The two Nioh games offer over 100 hours of just that; it is extremely difficult and frustrating – but also rewarding and fair. In the PlayStation 5 version, the two games are better than ever, but at the same time, the jump from the original versions is not great. However, if you are a fan of the genre and have missed the Nioh games before, there is nothing to doubt.

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Feb 9, 2021

Little Nightmares 2 is well worth taking a closer look at. Rarely has horror, despair and loneliness been illustrated in such a compelling way.

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Jan 26, 2021

After four years, the Hitman trilogy reaches the end of the road – and what an end it is. Not necessarily story-wise, but game-wise, Io Interactive has cobbled together a fantastic sandbox that invites both brutal, clever and purely comic deaths. Depending on the style of play, the adventure may be both too short and too easy, but if you let yourself be sucked into the atmosphere and play quietly and methodically, there are plenty of entertaining hours to download for anyone who wants a smarter action game.

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Dec 7, 2020

A more emotive and engaging title is hard to find.

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Demon's Souls is the perfect example of how new hardware can take an existing game to the next level. The estic is at its peak and the horsepower of the Playstation 5 makes the world more engaging. But above all, the super-fast charging times help balance an already ultra-difficult combat system.

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Sackboy: A Big Adventure scraps creation mode from the main series to focus wholeheartedly on platform hopping. Some courses such as the rhythm-based are brilliant, but despite the improved control, the vast majority are too light and slow for the experienced player. And in addition to the Dual Sense features, there are also no real "next gen" details that stand out.

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