Although Dirt 5 is very different from previous entries in the series, it's still a great racer that embraces its arcade approach with a vibrant art style, fun game modes, and joyful gameplay.
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Ghostrunner's fusion of parkour and one-hit kill gameplay makes for a challenging but brilliant experience worth checking out.
An unpolished beat 'em up that's somewhat enjoyable in shorter bursts, Cobra Kai's biggest sin is showing mercy to its unnecessary filler.
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Though it has some problems with pacing and minor bugs, Little Hope is a brilliant Halloween pick thanks to its over the top narrative and gruesome deaths, making it hard to say no to another visit.
Hyperbrawl Tournament's core gameplay is a lot of fun, even if the bots are a bit annoying. It's just a shame there's not enough people playing.
Rebirth subverts player expectations by offering intriguing new features and wonderful world design. Even if the puzzles are sometimes obtuse, Rebirth is well worth your while.
A great space combat simulator that is fun to play and contains plenty of great moments, even if it is a little barebones in some places.
G.I. Joe: Operation Blackout takes the iconic franchise and slaps it onto a mediocre at-best third-person shooter.
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