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God of War Ragnarok Review: The Saga Ends in Style

Some things are inevitable. Death, taxes, and, if prophecy is to be believed, Ragnarok. After the roaring return to form God of War back in 2018, coupled with Sony’s continued push to produce bespoke single-player narrative adventures, it was almost guaranteed that Kratos and his boy Atreus would be back for another violent, action-packed adventure, …

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Undecember Review

Action RPGs satisfy a very personal urge for destruction. Building a character into a walking machine of death can make each violent battle and bloody skirmish satisfying on an intimate level. While most Action RPGs have gravitated towards high-quality encounters with a few enemies, like Weird West and Path of Exile, most refrain from mass …

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A Plague Tale Requiem Review – Beautiful, Bleak And Better Than Before

I’ll begin with an omission; I wasn’t a huge fan of the first game in the Plague Tale series. Admittedly, it was a game that started very strong and exceeded expectations, but before long, the game began to show its flaws. Performance issues were apparent throughout, the lack of gameplay variety due to the ineptitude …

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Sword Art Online Lycoris Review – A World of Wasted Potential | Nintendo Switch

I watched every season of Sword Art Online, and I enjoyed it. Alicization had one of my favorite plots, full of mysteries and twists in the first part, albeit the numerous terminology and jargon to explain their VR technology. However, I had never played an SAO game before, and Alicization Lycoris was my first. So …

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Blossom Tales 2: The Minotaur King Review – A Throwback to the 90s

When I first got my Switch, I got it planning to have a library full of games like Blossom Tales II. While retro-style and heartwarming nostalgic games aren’t reserved solely for the Nintendo console, they certainly suit the Switch like a Santa Monica bachelor suits a new Tesla. Blossom Tales II: The Minotaur Prince is …

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