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Jun 1, 2021

It may be a bit more action oriented than genuinely frightful, but Resident Evil: Village still manages to deliver on an extremely fun horror-themed experience that introduces a new twist in the series.

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Unscored - Jetboard Joust
May 22, 2021

Jetboard Joust is a very fun, retro-styled arcade shooter that, for some, drifts away from what made Defender such a classic.

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May 20, 2021

Asking morally-challenging questions again and again, Nier Replicant is yet another powerful, immersive and genuinely artistic title from Yoko Taro.

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Unscored - Returnal
May 14, 2021

Returnal is extremely difficult, and that might drive some casual players away, but there’s very little reason to say no to a game with such an intriguing story, beautiful visuals and engaging core gameplay in the first place. Returnal is a blast and, to be quite honest, I can’t wait to get back to it.

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Unscored - Flowing Lights
May 13, 2021

Flowing Lights unpacks the bullet hell genre to deliver an excellent puzzle game. It may be short, but it’s sweet enough to – in some ways – rival the classics.

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May 12, 2021

New Pokémon Snap is best consumed in short bursts — while waiting for a bus, during downtime between appointments, or tucked up before bed — and it’s sure to hit the spot for those with fond memories of the original or who enjoy a wholesome palate cleanser to savour in small bites.

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Apr 30, 2021

While the dastardly villain simulator is in need of a little TLC to truly come into its own, Evil Genius 2: World Domination makes countless improvements to the original cult classic.

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Unscored - Narita Boy
Apr 22, 2021

A testament to handcrafted pixel-art perfection, Narita Boy pays tribute to the arcade classics of the ‘80s while also building on the foundation they laid.

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Unscored - Genesis Noir
Apr 17, 2021

A critically intelligent and passionate journey through space and time, Genesis Noir is a stellar example of gaming, noir, and art. A must-play.

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Apr 13, 2021

Rise snatches the torch from World and runs on ahead, further streamlining every aspect of the Monster Hunter series. While I’m sure there are broader issues beneath the surface, as always, and hardcore fans will be frustrated by some of its many changes, Rise is exceptional where it counts. Capcom has finished off what World started and succeeded where it didn’t.

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