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80 median score
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Johnny Foster
May 18, 2019

If narratively shallow yet entertaining movies are popcorn flicks, Rage 2 is the ultimate popcorn game, and that’s okay.

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May 17, 2019

That being said, the tracks themselves are refined and tight enough, so much so that will welcome new players, but will reward those who take the time to learn where they can shave vital milliseconds off their lap times. The sound design is solid enough – the title music is memorable and reminiscent of something out of Persona 5, which can only be a good thing.

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Ben Walker
May 14, 2019

MORDHAU had such a huge launch that server issues were a problem for quite a lot of people, however in my hefty hours of gameplay I didn't experience a single issue and have been offered a ton of gold in compensation for issues I never even faced.

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A Plague Tale: Innocence is an outstanding game that not only manages to deliver an impressively constant and tense tone, but also a really gripping story that will have to push through your vermin soaked nightmares to find out what happens next.

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Sniper Elite V2 Remastered has fleeting moments of brilliance, marred by some older genre tropes that show the original game's age.

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May 1, 2019

The soundtrack also makes a huge impression, again with each area having a different style of track. From creepy industrial house music to surf guitar riffs, you'll be doing a shoulder dance while you paint the town red.

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Dance of Death: Du Lac and Fey is as awkward to play as it is to say. The interesting concepts can't save it from being a rather disappointing outing for the legendary characters.

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Apr 25, 2019

Post-apocalyptic Oregon is clearly a place developer Bend Studio have thought a lot about, and crafted with tremendous amounts of care and attention to detail.

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Ben Walker
Apr 22, 2019

However, if you have the internet and the urge to mow down groups of zombies, should you pick up World War Z over something like Days Gone or Left 4 Dead?

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Over 200 hours worth of high-quality content, playable at home or on the go, Final Fantasy X/X-2 Collection is a must-buy on the Switch. Those that have played before will happily greet old friends, while those that haven't explored Spira will find just as much to love.

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Six years later, Dragon's Dogma: Dark Arisen is still an exceptional adventure game - the only difference on Switch is that you can now take the fun on the road with you.

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Apr 21, 2019

Mortal Kombat 11 - Flawless fighting marred by tedious grinding and content gating

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Apr 17, 2019

[Cuphead] feels right at home on the Switch, though Joy-Con latency issues meant that handheld play was a more enjoyable experience than docked mode.

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The Ace Attorney games are a series that will make a lifelong fan out of you. The stories and music are sure to stay with you for years to come, and I wholeheartedly recommend the original trilogy.

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Apr 13, 2019

This is an incredible game that is well worth experiencing, but there’s an elephant in the room [the price].

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Super Dragon Ball Heroes World Mission is not for everyone, but if you can push through the tutorial and put in a few hours, it's a content-rich, bonkers, colourful battler that fans of the franchise will enjoy. Just take note - its power level may vary for those that aren’t deeply rooted in the franchise.

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Apr 11, 2019

Nintendo’s take on virtual reality is as whimsical and unique as you might expect, trading technical superiority for childlike wonder and imagination.

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All in all, then, Final Fantasy 7 is still worth playing in 2019. Its legacy is undeniable, and as we wait for more news on the Remake, we can look back at the original which is now available on every current console. There's a reason Cloud and Midgar appear in Super Smash Bros - they, and Final Fantasy 7 as a whole, are true icons. Unfortunately, this piece of history hasn't received the port treatment it deserves just yet.

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Mar 29, 2019

Vertigo has done a top job in distilling the strategy genre while making it feel like a fun and natural VR experience. It's accessible not only in its design but the way you interact with this world and its many moving pieces.

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Ben Walker

This remaster doesn't bring much in terms of new content, and visual changes that are headlined aren't done as well as they should be. In that regard, it still holds up as a great Assassin's Creed game that is worthy of any fan's money.

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