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75.4 average score
79 median score
68.3% of games recommended
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9 / 10.0 - Hitman 3
Jan 22, 2021

Unlike most trilogies, the World of Assassination’s last part sticks the landing in the best possible way. Gameplay-wise there isn’t lots of new toys here but the hero of gameplay has always been the missions themselves in this series and Hitman III has some of the most memorable ones under its hood. The story goes to some dark and interesting places and the music is there to help it hit the gamers with more power.

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7 / 10.0 - Sunlight
Jan 16, 2021

The art style, music and voice acting are the real heroes here because the story and specially the monologues that are used to convey the story doesn't do much to awaken the sort of feelings that are necessary for this kind of game to make an impact and the gameplay is the most basic kind of walking sim you could expect.

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8.5 / 10.0 - Fuser
Dec 27, 2020

Fuser is definitely one of the best and of course the few games released in the rhythm genre in recent years and the eighth generation of consoles. A title that thanks to its gameplay and mechanisms, gives its audience a lot of freedom to create and mix different pieces of music from more than a hundred of famous songs and at the same time, it is a highly addictive title. The only thing that can be criticized is the lack of freedom for making more interesting mixes due to the game's rating system which kind of gets in the way of the gamer's creativity and personal style.

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Dec 17, 2020

Mortal Kombat 11 Ultimate is not only one of the best eighth-generation titles, but also one of the best fighting titles ever made; And it will probably remain one of the best games of its genre for many years to come. Well-made gameplay, good sound and music, and great visual effects, along with the rich and varied content of the game, make MK 11 a unique and addictive work that shines among the titles of its genre.

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5 / 10.0 - Empire of Sin
Dec 9, 2020

The music is lovely and it controls quite nicely on consoles but that's all the good things about Empire of Sin because the core gameplay feels very simple and willy-nilly designed and the amount of bugs and glitches are unbelievable.

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Dec 5, 2020

El Hijo - A Wild West Tale is one of those games that you like to pour yourself a hot drink after a busy cold winter day and experience calmly. In addition to the eye-catching appearance, the game's stealth system - although it could have given the player more freedom of action - is clever and enjoyable.

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8 / 10.0 - Haven
Dec 3, 2020

There is banter, love, fight for survival and it all revolves around two very likable protagonists and has a nice art style. This is not one of those dark dystopian futuristic rebel stories, it is about two people trying to have their own piece of freedom and it is a nice change of pace between all these dour same-y sci-fi games and movies. The gameplay could’ve had more range to it but all in all it’s good enough for the game it is trying to be.

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Nov 30, 2020

The vast number of places Immortals Fenyx Rising were taking its core ideas from, should have made it an unimaginative title but in action, it is a very good and welcoming surprise. From its revisionist take on Greek mythology to the very intricate puzzles with many, many moving parts, this is one the most fun open world games in recent years.

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Nov 24, 2020

The original release of Devil May Cry 5 was not only what the fans were asking for years but the additions to the old formula made it better than the highest of expectations. This Special Edition adds more to the already impressive package and it’s one of the best titles for the maiden voyage of your new console.

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Nov 23, 2020

Sakuna: Of Rice and Ruin is a very mediocre independent game that you probably will not interact with. It also gets boring quickly due to its numerous problems. It would be great for the developers to address these problems and fix the game.

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