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F1 2018 Review In Progress

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Despite the cars being the quickest they’ve ever been in the sport’s history, Formula One in 2018 is about much more than pure speed. Impressively, the technical nature of driving the fastest, most advanced cars…

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We Happy Few Review

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Just like the forcibly stretched grins of its inhabitants, the joy found in We Happy Few is a facade. The game’s fascinating setting of a drug-fueled society wasting away in fake happiness is squandered on…

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Unavowed Review: Dressed To Possess

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Unavowed sounds straightforward on paper. It’s a classic-style point-and-click game about demonic possession set in New York City with people to talk to, and puzzles to solve. However, as you get to know its characters…

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WarioWare Gold Review – Worth Its Weight

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WarioWare, one of Nintendo’s strangest and most inventive series, tasks players with completing increasingly quick and difficult ‘microgames,’ each just a few seconds long. It’s a pure expression of one of Nintendo’s strengths–its games are…

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The Banner Saga 3 Review

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Note: Care has been taken to avoid major specific spoilers for The Banner Saga 1 and 2. The broad narrative setup for The Banner Saga 3 is discussed. The Banner Saga 3 begins just like…

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Semblance Review

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Semblance is a game that relies on your enjoyment of the satisfying feeling that comes with the act of reshaping objects and environments. The game’s world and its unnamed blobby protagonist are as malleable as…

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20XX Review – Robot Generation

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20XX wears its influences on its sleeve. If you’re familiar with Mega Man X, then slipping into the metallic bodies of 20XX’s two core protagonists–the gunner Nina and the swordsman Ace–will feel like coming home…

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