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74.0 average score
78 median score
66.0% of games recommended
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8.2 / 10.0 - Muse Dash
Mar 3, 2020

Muse Dash is the perfect companion for in between, with which you can also have long-term fun.

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Feb 27, 2020

Glass Masquerade 2: Illusions is very entertaining overall and is definitely worth a look.

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Feb 26, 2020

All in all, as a Diablo fan you really can't go wrong with Wolcen. Yes, the game still has its quirks and the online mode also has to settle down a bit. But it looks beautiful and both the skill system and the fights know how to please. And for a price of around 30 euros you have a lot for your money. So despite the problems, I can only recommend Wolcen - Lords of Mayhem.

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Trails of Cold Steel III is a must for all fans of the series. Despite some improvements on the more powerful systems, the graphics can no longer impress as much as on the small Vita screen, but it is technically solid and again a top RPG in terms of content. But be careful: interested players should definitely play at least the two direct predecessors beforehand, and ideally even the sister series Trails in the Sky. The more you get to know the world and characters beforehand, the more you can enjoy Cold Steel III.

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Feb 24, 2020

The Alliance Alive is a decent RPG for in between, but on current systems you have so much better options that there is really no reason to invest time in this remaster. Although it looks much nicer than it did on the 3DS, its origin cannot be denied. The forgotten characters and the character development system, which takes getting used to, will also appeal to few. If you have played through the hits completely, you could have a look, everyone else would rather satisfy their RPG hunger with better alternatives.

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Feb 24, 2020

As a longtime fan of this genre, I'm always happy when new or old titles find their way to the West. So also with Psikyo Shooting Stars Alpha, where I already own games like Strikers 1945, Strikers 1945 II for Playstation 2. In principle, the collection is well developed and offers corresponding options where everyone who can start with the genre will have fun. But the lack of an online ranking for high scores and other goodies such as background information about the different titles or a sound test would have been a must.

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Feb 20, 2020

With Monster Energy Supercross 3, a number of innovations have been promised that are also present, but basically do not necessarily require an update from Part 2. Although you have a fun alternative to your career with the expanded training area, which can now also be used by four people, the remaining innovations are rather limited. Yes, you can now generate female drivers and yes, you now have dedicated servers for multiplayer, but still it remains the same racing calendar as in the second part. Therefore, players have to decide for themselves whether they want to upgrade or not. The gameplay is as always fun and fans will surely get their money's worth with an accurate implementation of motocross sport. So it's up to you how you choose.

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7.1 / 10.0 - Valfaris
Feb 19, 2020

Slain was nice, but not mature in my opinion. A graphic display that rode on the retro wave. However, the makers have taken the criticism to heart. The big hit is not VALFARIS. With Axiom Verge, Blazing Chrome, Gunlord & Co. there is also a lot of strong competition. Nevertheless, accompanied by metal rhythms, it is fun to chop up opponents. There is still frustration, but unlike Slain you have the feeling that you have failed yourself. I can recommend the title to fans of the genre. Everyone else prefers to play rehearsal first.

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It Came From Space And Ate Our Brains is an authentic, old school, twin stick shooter that doesn't value story but takes action. Despite smaller tasks such as destroying a barrier or activating switches, the gameplay remains somewhat monotonous, which is reinforced by the lack of diversity of opponents. The level of difficulty alone is quite moderate, but with three friends the game becomes much more fun. But it will take some time until you get through the six levels of the campaign and if this gets too boring you can look for an additional challenge in survival mode. So the game is a nice entertainment for in between, with which you can quickly let the pig out in a convivial round.

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7.8 / 10.0 - AO Tennis 2
Feb 16, 2020

For me, AO Tennis 2 is equipped with some useful innovations that at least increase long-term motivation. In terms of gameplay, not much has changed from the previous part, but this was not necessary either. Rather, you worked on the scope and everything around it, so you are now working on your professional tennis player in a fun career mode and getting better and better. Unfortunately, the visual presentation is still the biggest weak point of the game, but you can get over it because of the gameplay. If you are looking for a good tennis game, AO Tennis 2 is definitely the right place. If you already own the first part, you should definitely consider buying it because of your extended career. If you only want to play matches, then the first part is probably enough. The upgrade was definitely worth it for me.

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