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    MORDHAU Review

    Best Recreation of brutal Medieval Combat.

    Mordhau released on April 29, 2019, since then the first-person medieval combat game has sold over 500,000 copies, and it peaked at a 60,000 player count on Steam. Some well-known games don’t get to reach those numbers in their lifetime. It was a fantastic accomplishment for Triternion, considering it is the first title of the...
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    There is potential in Days Gone if we subtract a few hours of unnecessary missions and tedious gameplay.

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    Just Cause 4 Review

    Just Cause 4 is at the top of its field when it comes to blowing stuff up.

    Reading this review will tell you everything you need to know about Just Cause 4’s strengths. This is a very iterative sequel, and therefore it’s just as gloriously over-the-top and action-movie stupid as the last one. It does learn from and address many of Just Cause 3’s mistakes, especially when it comes to some of...
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    Fallout 76 Review

    A wasted wasteland.

    After more than 50 hours plundering the irradiated wasteland of Fallout 76, the greatest mystery still lingering is who this mutated take on Fallout is intended for. Like many of Vault-Tec’s underground bunkers, Bethesda’s multiplayer riff on its post-nuclear RPG series is an experiment gone awry. There are bright spots entangled in this mass of...
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    Pokemon: Let’s Go, Pikachu And Eevee Review

    Pikachu and Eevee make for adorable, powerful partners in this Kanto adventure.

    It’s often with rose-colored glasses that I look back at Pokemon’s Kanto story, and I know I’m not the only one who feels a deep connection to the wooded region. It’s where many long-time fans had their first Pokemon adventure, and it’s the region where I met one of my favorite characters of all time....
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    Hitman 2 Review

    More of the slain.

      To keep your typical sequel expectations in check, it’s probably best to think of Hitman 2 as season 2 of the 2016 revival; it doesn’t have many new features, but it does deliver all six of its clever murder sandboxes at once. The huge variety of options for pulling off stealthy kills makes playing and replaying...
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    Call of Cthulhu Review

    Cyanide’s Lovecraftian horror is a mind-shattering good time.

    It doesn’t take long for Call of Cthulhu’s dark and intriguing detective story to rapidly spiral down the well of occult madness. Inspired by the legendary Chaosium RPG of the same name, it tells its Lovecraftian tale with writing so strong that I couldn’t help but get sucked into the immersive atmosphere it created. The...
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    Red Dead Redemption 2 Review

    A meticulously polished open world ode to the outlaw era.

    Red Dead Redemption 2 is a sprawling Western tale of loyalty, conviction, and the price of infamy, chronicling the inevitable collapse of a motley crew of Wild West holdouts kicking against the slow march of civilisation and industrialisation. Set in Rockstar’s most authentic and lived-in open world ever, there are so many things to do,...