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No Recommendation / Blank - Stela
Apr 9, 2020

A beautiful atmosphere paired with a lacklustre narrative and light gameplay make Stela feel like a mixture of great ideas that never reaches its potential.

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Recommended - XCOM: Chimera Squad
May 5, 2020

XCOM: Chimera Squad is an example of a spin-off done right. While it has its fair share of clunk, and shelves key aspects of the franchise, it succeeds in replacing them with interesting new tricks that one could see fitting into future installments well. There’s a lot of innovation here for the budget price, making it a refreshing jaunt for fans awaiting XCOM 3.

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Avoid - Obey Me
May 6, 2020

Obey Me is a mixed bag: the good will outweigh the bad for some players, but it’s a brawler without too much weight behind its blows. It’s not the worst game, nor is it a terrible one, but I’ve seen better at the same price point. Get it if you want to support a small studio, but don’t expect too much.

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May 11, 2020

Infinite – Beyond the Mind is an action-packed delight that builds momentum from the first chibi-styled enemy to the final bulletstorm blowout. With a few rough edges, this indie title offers a solid platforming experience for both solo players and co-op setups to replay and master.

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May 14, 2020

With a novel concept and brilliantly thought out execution, Signs of the Sojourner has all the makings of gaming’s next indie darling.

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Recommended - Tidal Shock
May 26, 2020

It’s suffering from a lack of players at the moment, but this underwater-set release has all the makings of a creative and fun take on the arena shooter genre.

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Recommended - Trials of Mana
Jun 2, 2020

With plenty of old-school charm, fantastic visuals and robust, fast-paced combat, Trials of Mana is a fantastic remake of an underappreciated ’90s classic.

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Essential - Streets of Rage 4
Jun 4, 2020

A beautiful art style and a fun soundtrack lay the groundwork for Streets of Rage 4’s fun, free-flowing, surprisingly nuanced combat to make it a worthy entry into the long-dormant, much-revered franchise.

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Jun 14, 2020

As with any compilation, some of the games in 51 Worldwide Games are better than others, but great multiplayer and that signature Nintendo design elevate this from a novelty to a truly entertaining little distraction that has the potential to be the focus of many a games night, road trip or free evening curled up on the couch.

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Recommended - Fly Punch Boom!
Jun 16, 2020

Though it does have some online connectivity issues to contend with, Fly Punch Boom! more than makes up for its lack of properly engaging single-player content by bringing an incredibly fun multiplayer experience to the table.

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