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Sep 10, 2020

As it stands, there are some issues that linger but that's because in 2020, a lot of what made Kingdoms of Amalur: Re-Reckoning shine has evolved over the years. If you're craving deep lore and fantasy, you've found your next adventure.

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Recommended - Marvel's Avengers
Sep 9, 2020

Marvel's Avengers includes a compelling campaign that is mismatched with a bare bones live service which includes a boring loot system, tons of repetitive missions and glitches.

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Sep 7, 2020

Microsoft Flight Simulator is less a game and more of a technical marvel. Since the world is in lockdown, your next option is to explore the world through the cabin of Cessna Citation CJ4

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Recommended - Tell Me Why
Aug 30, 2020

Dontnod’s poignant story delivers what it set out to do, and through rekindling the sadness of a broken childhood, the twins discover much about themselves and also their mother.

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Recommended - Battletoads
Aug 19, 2020

The Battletoads are back after being bunkered away for 26 years. Dlala Studios has done the impossible and made these forgotten toads relevant once again. Don't call Gamestop, Xbox Game Pass has your game ready and waiting.

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Recommended - Paradise Killer
Sep 15, 2020

Paradise Killer is a model detective game and it is a complex title full of stimulating characters. That said, some minor issues like movement and paying to fast travel are a bummer.

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Sep 16, 2020

Super Mario 3D All-Stars is a great way to celebrate the past and whether you're a new or old friend of Super Mario, this collection is a greatest hits collection of 3D Super Mario titles. Aside from missing Super Mario Galaxy 2, it's hard not to recommend this to anyone. It's a little lite on bonus features but you do get the soundtracks to each title.

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Sep 21, 2020

The Outer Worlds: Peril on Gorgon isn’t necessarily a required play. Anyone itching for more of what Obsidian offered in The Outer Worlds will likely be pleased find enjoyment. Peril on Gorgon doesn’t overstay its welcome but it also fails to deliver any substantial updates to gameplay. To frame Peril on Gorgon as “more of the same” isn’t inherently negative. The Outer Worlds is merely expanded by the DLC’s inclusion. It sits comfortably well with the base game.

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Recommended - Going Under
Sep 22, 2020

Going Under is a pleasant surprise and one that succeeds in short-bursts of game time. It’s fast-paced, rewarding, charming, and most importantly, fun to play. Each dungeon’s specific startup theme parodies a real-life business to great success and the core combat delivers a satisfying experience.

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Recommended - No Straight Roads
Sep 28, 2020

No Straight Roads is unquestionably original, full of heart and voice — even if that voice is somewhat disjointed at times — and yet, it still misses the beat in some sections.

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