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70.2 average score
70 median score
51.7% of games recommended
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9 / 10 - Paper Beast
Mar 30, 2020

Paper Beast is a beautiful experience that's only really possible in VR.

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Mar 27, 2020

One Piece Pirate Warriors 4 is a fan's dream game, as it takes the iconic battles and moments of eight major story arcs and puts you right in the action like never before. Combat is fun and flashy while still managing to be surprisingly thoughtful, and although a few characters aren't a joy to control, a majority of the cast is an absolute delight to play as. One Piece Pirate Warriors 4 is a jolly good time.

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Drea Bunce
Mar 27, 2020

Neon City Riders is a beautifully retro game, but certain elements feel like they were rushed and not fully developed. Its rich lore, character design and storyline make up for some of the lack of care or depth to the combat and character growth through the game. While I enjoyed the original setting and nostalgic 8-bit aesthetic, it's not a game I would readily pick up again.

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7 / 10 - Yoga Master
Mar 26, 2020

It might look and sound cheap, but Yoga Master does a pretty good job of teaching you yoga. Given the unique situation we all now find ourselves in, what was perhaps throwaway release might just become an essential PS4 download, especially if you are getting stressed or missing your regular work outs.

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Mar 25, 2020

Down The Rabbit Hole is a perfect example of a VR game utterly beholden to its format. It builds an incredible vision of Lewis Carroll's Wonderland, and lets you interact with it, but completely forgets to give you any reason for being there.

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Mar 24, 2020

Moons of Madness is a welcome addition to the wider Lovecraftian catalogue, and its cosmic aspects really get to the heart of the mythos' insanity. While there are annoying moments when the developers see fit to include some of the worst excesses of modern horror games, the quality of the writing and the atmosphere is enough to justify seeing things through to a conclusion that is as epic as it is satisfying. This is one trip to insanity that you shouldn't pass up.

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Mar 24, 2020

If Where's Wally is your kind of jam, Hidden Through Time is a lovely digital recreation of that genre. With a cute aesthetic and pleasing creation and sharing tools, there's a lot here to keep the whole family entertained.

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All of that gameplay polish is wrapped up in a slick and stylish aesthetic that delivers some of the best fighting game music and most memorably characters in recent years

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Thomas Harrison-Lord

With the real-life Isle of Man races cancelled this year due to current health concerns, TT Isle of Man - Ride on the Edge 2 is the only place to get your adrenaline-filled motorcycle kicks this year. As a simulation of how fast, dangerous and difficult racing at this event can be, there isn't anything better. Sure, the elements surrounding the riding, such as AI, career structure and track list, still need some refining, but despite these foibles, this is still the best motorcycle game out there.

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10 / 10 - DOOM Eternal
Mar 17, 2020

Doom Eternal doesn't just set the bar, it breaks it. Many of the best games of the FPS genre do what has already been done, and can do it really, really well, but Doom Eternal does what no other game has done before, crafting a fast-paced power fantasy that sets your brain cells on fire. It's an addictive exploration of the mythic Doomslayer character that delivers hours of blood-drenched fun, dozens of memorable collectibles, and a fan-pleasing story book-ended with gorgeous worlds and unforgettable music. Doom Eternal is a ripping, tearing masterpiece.

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