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Stay Fresh! — Splatoon 2 review

by 1 week ago

By the end of every multiplayer match in Splatoon 2, I could feel my blood pumping with adrenaline. Even when being utterly suppressed by the enemy team, there’s an exhilarating …

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Nintendo does DLC right: The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild — The Master Trials review

by 2 weeks ago

Matt Welsh, Editor As The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild’s first DLC pack, The Master Trials excellently capitalizes on the strong core mechanics that make up Link’s latest …

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Splatoon 2: Octo Canyon campaign video preview

by 2 weeks ago

Blasters, Splat Dualies, and the Octobrush are just a few of the ink-redible weapons you'll have available in your Splatoon 2 arsenal. Splatoon 2 won't be hitting stores shelves until …

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ARMS lacks legs — ARMS review

by 2 months ago

It’s easy to draw comparisons between ARMS and Splatoon, Nintendo’s paintball shoot-‘em-up that debuted on Wii U in 2015. Both games represent major new first-party IPs – a rarity for …

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Second lap: Mario Kart 8 Deluxe review

by 3 months ago

The very first time I booted up Mario Kart 8 Deluxe, I made it halfway through my first lap before being interrupted by a screaming baby in my house. My …

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A thrilling throwback: Yooka-Laylee review

by 4 months ago

On paper, Yooka-Laylee achieves everything it sets out to do. It’s fun, full of life, and a successful homage to the golden age of Nintendo 64-era 3D platformers. Essentially, it …

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Welcome to the family, son: Resident Evil 7 review

by 6 months ago

Resident Evil 7 is simultaneously the biggest departure, and the most classic addition, that the iconic horror series has seen in a long time. It is at times more modern …

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A legendary look-alike: Oceanhorn – Monster of Uncharted Seas review

by 10 months ago

Oceanhorn – Monster of Uncharted Seas is the type of game that so closely resembles another that you’d be excused for thinking it’s just a cheap knockoff. Borrowing the same …

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Not at full force: Metroid Prime: Federation Force review

by 11 months ago

From the moment it was announced, Metroid Prime: Federation Force has been met with skepticism. Fans who had been clamoring for a traditional sequel to the normally-stoic Metroid series were …

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Great power, no responsibility: Marvel: Ultimate Alliance Bundle review

by 12 months ago

As an avid comic book reader and a huge fan of Marvel’s costumed crime fighters, Activision’s pair of Marvel: Ultimate Alliance games have been some of my most beloved superhero …

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Thinking outside the box: BOXBOXBOY! review

by 1 year ago

When I reviewed the original BOXBOY! last year, I praised the game for how it was able to build such complex puzzles out of a simple concept. Easy to learn …

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Taking crazy pills: We Happy Few preview

by 1 year ago

“Happy people have no history.” – Leo Tolstoy This chilling quote opens the We Happy Few demo and immediately sets the tone for what is shaping up to be one …

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