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78.9 average score
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May 5, 2018

The Swords of Ditto wants to squeeze the whole Zelda-Formular into a short RPG with cuddly graphics. The whole effort falls rather short, as the established elements from the Legend of Zelda series are not enough to carry the game. There's a constant lack of fresh, inspired or original gameplay to give the game a charme of its own.

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9 / 10 - God of War
May 3, 2018

God of War gets out of its own comfort zone and walks the line between old and new, giving the old “Ghost of Sparta” a metaphorical facelift without scaring off fans of the original trilogy. Even though the plot is not going to win any awards for originality, the tale of father and son simply gets to you. The gameplay is smooth and intuitive and does not only look good but also feel god which makes God of War a possible contestant for Game of the Year 2018.

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7 / 10 - Frostpunk
May 1, 2018

Frostpunk creates a great concept for a city building game. Unfortunately it lacks of long term motivation and variety and therefore spoils way too fast. The potential is there though and with enough additions to the core it can become an amazing game.

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5 / 10 - Minit
Apr 6, 2018

Minit takes an interesting approach with it's one minute timelimit but doesnt do much interesting stuff with it. In the end most aspects of the game suffer from that mechanic and the game collapses on it's own unique mechanic.

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Four years have passed since the release of Assassin's Creed Rogue for the last-gen-consoles. Back then a lot of people missed out on this game due to the near simultaneous release of AC Unity. With AC Rogue: Remastered these people now get their chance to relive the adventures of the Assassin-turned-Templer Shay Cormack during the Seven Year War. With 4K-support and sharper graphics the game looks better than ever, even though you can't ignore the age. The fighting system and the animations just feel old and if you have had enough of the old Assassin's Creed formula you should skip this remaster. Likewise, if you already have played the original. If you can overlook these points, you will have a jolly good time.

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9 / 10 - Far Cry 5
Apr 2, 2018

Far Cry 5 seamlessly fits itself into the franchise. The beautiful open world, an oddly charismatic antagonist and a variety of missions ensure hours of gameplay. Unfortunately, Ubisofts newcomer has a few shortcommings, which show as the game progresses. Re-used character models, searching for sidequests and, most saddening, microtransactions for getting equipment early on, belittle the gaming experience, which can even be enjoiyed in coop. As for tinkerers, Far Cry 5 with its "Arcade" provides a sheer endless amount of maps and quests, which are built by players around the globe or yourself.

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After the more or less mediocre first DLC of Assassin's Creed Origins Ubisoft surprises with an excellent second one. The Curse of the Pharaohs lets you explore the new region of Thebes, including the Valley of the Kings and even the afterlife. In an interesting and well executed twist you get to explore several depictions of the afterworld and even get to fight mystical creatures like mummies or giant scorpions. Despite the atypical storyline, it never feels weird or out-of-place. Because of all side-activities, points of interest and strong end bosses you won't get bored during your 18 hour adventure.

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9 / 10 - A Way Out
Mar 26, 2018

A Way Out isn't perfect, but it comes really close. The forced Multiplayer leads to some really special gameplay ideas and gets you emotionally bonded to both characters. Stunning One-Shots and amazing panoramas show the artistic talent of the studio and the story carries some really exciting twists and turns. Only some technical diffuclties probably caused by low budget take one scorepoint from A Way Out's Score.

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Mar 24, 2018

Yakuza 6: The Song of Life isn't just the final chapter of the Kazuma Kiryu saga, but also one of the best titles of the whole series. The story is well written and wonderfully executed. Both of the locations in the game, the red-light district Kamurocho and the harbor town Onomichi, are beautifully crafted. For the first time all of the characters are fully voiced, even the ones in sub-stories. Also, there is lots to do besides fighting gangsters, like playing arcade games or flirting with hostesses. Small hiccup: The animations in the sub-stories are a little bit rough. Besides that it's a perfect finale for the Dragon of Dojima.

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