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77.1 average score
80 median score
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Jul 28, 2021

Deiland: Pocket Planet Edition is a light-hearted, family-friendly farming simulator that can be played in small doses. Unfortunately, some balancing issues that can lead to sessions of feeling tedious and frustrating make it hard to enthusiastically recommend.

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Jul 20, 2021

Sky: Children of Light is an indie open world social game that has some stunning visuals. Flying in Sky is one of the most chill experiences I've had this year.

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8.5 / 10.0 - Overboard!
Jul 19, 2021

Inkle Studios' Overboard won't be every gamer and why should it be? If you're the type who likes to take a more relaxed approach to their gaming and don't mind reading then Overboard is a solid game choice! You as the player make your own choices and choose your own actions to drive the story down different paths. A lot of the fun is based on playing a detective's nemesis where you're trying to outwit other characters to get away with murder!

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Ender Lilies: Quietus of the Knights is a very atmospheric game, full of feelings and emotions. It is beautifully terrifying and terribly beautiful, allowing players to admire the destroyed cathedral and crumbling statues, a decayed village, a flooded temple of magic and other charmingly gloomy locations.

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7 / 10.0 - Pathway
Jul 2, 2021

Sure, the idea’s aren’t genre defining and the story itself is a bit of a cheesy romp, but when my biggest complaint is that the port to Nintendo Switch could really have done with narrative and UI text that isn’t minuscule, there’s not a lot wrong. Pathway is a wonderfully upbeat ode to adventure flicks of old. The deliberately arcane pixel art shines though while the tone and setting never make gameplay a second fiddle.

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Final Fantasy 7 Remake Intergrade is an amazing but very pricey upgrade to a game that quite rightly got our Game of the Year 2020. Graphically, the difference this time around is notiacable and the brand new DLC is a fresh new look an an adventure we've played out many times before.

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7.5 / 10.0 - Grand Casino Tycoon
Jun 24, 2021

Overall, Grand Casino Tycoon is a fun title with a great atmosphere that you get to create with the different setups that you can create. The ambiance created by different floor tiles, music, and overall setup will help you make the decision to play this title. For 24.99 USD this is a no-brainer as a fun and cheap title to play. Other than the couple of glitches that I found this was an absolute blast to play.

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8 / 10.0 - Scarlet Nexus
Jun 23, 2021

The game combines a good combat system, an extensive deep storyline, and nice graphics. The interactions between the protagonists and the world look believable, and you can tell that developers have a lot of love for characters and the world of Scarlet Nexus.

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9 / 10.0 - ForeVR Bowl
Jun 18, 2021

While you don't have an actual bowling ball in your hand, and there are still few things missing compared to the live experience. ForeVR Bowl does an excellent job of making bowling in VR fun. For $19.99 USD it is hard to pass up, and the game is even more fun to play with friends. I can't wait to see the next round of improvements.

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The Dungeon of Naheulbeuk: The Amulet of Chaos – Ruins of Limis is the first DLC for the turn-based dungeon crawler released by developed Artefacts Studio and publisher Dear Villagers. The party of questionable adventures continues their adventure in a new area filled with the undead. Unfortunately, the short outing doesn't live up to the fun of the base campaign. Check out what works and what didn't in our review.

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