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79.0 average score
80 median score
87.1% of games recommended
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Oct 6, 2021

Theme park is open: witness a genocide while riding a zipline! Despite unnerving paradox in the center of "Far Cry 6" (and all "Far Cry" games for that matter), latest in Ubisoft franchise is still fun - as far as Get-Ambushed-By-Wild-Roosters-While-Quoting-"Aliens" fun goes. If you come to terms with the fact that screenwriters didn't write anything substantial and guerrillas are not the heroes of our age, it'll be a blast.

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Oct 6, 2021

MercurySteam did it again. “Metroid Dread” does an amazing job of mixing tradition with novelties and manages to add some fresh mechanics to the well known gameplay formula. Exploration is satisfying and intense while also give the sense of freedom and accomplishment to the player. Spanish team created a sequel for the “Fusion” that lives up to the its cult predecessor.

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Life is not only strange, but also short, that's why Deck Nine puts Alex Chen in idyllic Haven Springs, where people are as nice as pie. So it's not another "me against the world" type of narrative, but a more collaborative effort. And that's good, which makes "True Colors" the best installment in the series since the first game.

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Sep 13, 2021

Live, kill, die, repeat. Deathloop, as all looped in time stories do, manages to capture the very essence of the medium, its stylistic devices and thematic blueprints. Nowhere near masterpiece, it’s still swaggy, funky and constantly captivating experience with autothematic core. Don’t break the loop!

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Sep 10, 2021

With a plethora of fantastic characters, an intriguing story, and a graphical refresh, Tales of Arise has taken my list of memorable games by storm. In the face of a JRPG market drought, reaching for the latest title from Bandai Namco Studios seems only natural. Especially now that it's been five years since the release of the previous game in the series and the changes made in this installment being a spectacular step forward in the development of the brand.

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Jun 29, 2021

Have you ever had your heart broken by a girl named Ramlethal Valentine? That's how metal "Guilty Gear: Strive" is. Axel Bowie, Lemmy Hetfield and ZZ Cooper share a dream, while newbies and pros alike gather in a mosh pit and praise rewarding system, offbeat rythm and stunning art style. There's also another girl - brazilian cop of italian descent fighting for US President alongside phantom husky. Just take my money already.

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Jun 23, 2021

It's utterly hilarious how difficult "Ninja Gaiden" games are and how Tomonobu Itagaki single handedly proves modern "too easy, too hard" discourse irrelevant. "Master Collection" is a decent remaster, but the question is: how hard will you push yourself to change this hellscape into a funhouse? On the other hand, home is where the heart lies. And my heart is right there, in the world of pain.

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"Rift Apart" isn't just beautiful. Sunsets are. Chocolate soufflé is. Maybe siamese kittens too. Here, visual flair and unfathomable tech underneath the sparky, shiny surface constitute the greater experience. Stunning vistas, tremendous particle effects and Pixar-grade animation elevate the story and expand our imagination leading into pure, aesthetic ecstasy. Just look out for your feet - dropping jaw can be pretty damn heavy.

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May 24, 2021

Biomutant is an ambitious title unnecessarily posing for an AAA one. Its vastness can make other studios envious at first, but it makes the game spread itself too thin.

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May 5, 2021

"Village" is a rollercoaster rushing through a history of contemporary horror. And there's no stoping it. With its gorgeous landscapes, complex level design, visceral combat and constant thrills (cheap and sophisticated alike) it's a true testament to "Resident Evil" glory.

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