Reviews

Three Nintendo classics arrive on the Switch! Ports of Super Mario 64, Super Mario Sunshine, and Super Mario Galaxy await in this new collection. But with so few bells and whistles, is it worth your cash? This analysis will help you decide! It should be noted that the means by which Nintendo has chosen to
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Hades is a one-of-a-kind experience that sets the bar for fully utilizing the medium of video games that should be experienced by all — if they’re up to the challenge. Review on PC by Nick Limon. Also available on Nintendo Switch.
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WWE 2K Battlegrounds can be fun on a very casual level for a short amount of time if you’ve got a group of friends to play with, and it’s not quite a disaster on the level of WWE 2K20, but it is nonetheless another in a growing series of misses for WWE video games. Reviewed
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IGN reviews 13 Sentinels: Aegis Rim the latest game from Japanese developer Vanillaware. Unlike previous Vanillaware titles, 13 Sentinels is a story-focused sci-fi adventure starring teenage mech pilots as they fight giant monsters. #ign
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Marvel’s Avengers reviewed on PlayStation 4 Pro by Tom Marks, also available on Xbox One and PC. Marvel’s Avengers has a fun and endearing superhero campaign, but it’s tied to a loot-based endgame that’s repetitive and unrewarding. There’s a nugget of something cool here that Crystal Dynamics and Square Enix could foster with updates in
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Reviewed by Tristan Ogilvie on Xbox One X. Also available on PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, PC and Google Stadia. “Despite its genuinely breathtaking scenery and interesting castaway premise, Windbound is ultimately a let down. Neither compelling as a survival simulation nor captivating as a story-based experience, Windbound is fundamentally all at sea and should be
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Reviewed by Luke Reilly on Xbox One X. Also available on PlayStation 4 and PC. “Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 1 + 2 is such a tremendous turnaround from 2015’s disastrously dismal Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 5 that it’s difficult to believe they share even a shred of DNA. The accessible yet tricky skating is earnest
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Reviewed by Luke Reilly on PC. Also available on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. “Impossible to recommend to fans of Project CARS 2, Project CARS 3 is a total 180 for the series. It’s easy to pick up and play and the racing here is robust enough for some casual thrills and spills, but ultimately
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Wasteland 3 reviewed on PC by Leif Johnson. Also available on Xbox One and PlayStation 4. “Wasteland 3 doesn’t add much to the tactical RPG formula, but its impressive freedom of choice, its dark and rough humor, and its satisfying combat make it one of the more memorable entries in the genre to date. Its
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Madden NFL 21 reviewed by David Jagneaux on PlayStation 4 Pro. Also available on Xbox One, PC, and Stadia. “Madden NFL 21 is a great example of why competition breeding innovation is a good thing. Without a comparable NFL experience on the market, EA has allowed its marquee sports franchise to fall behind in almost
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Control: AWE Expansion reviewed by Simon Cardy on PS4 Pro. Also available on Xbox One and PC. Control’s AWE expansion is an enjoyable few hours back in the world of the Bureau, but more importantly a great first step into Remedy’s Connected Universe.
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Microsoft Flight Simulator reviewed on PC by Seth G. Macy. “Microsoft Flight Simulator is legitimately incredible. It’s difficult to fully describe how amazing it feels to jump into a plane and fly to and from literally any place in the entire world. The base game’s 20 included aircraft feel like more than enough for even
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Reviewed by Tristan Ogilvie on Xbox One X. Also available on PlayStation 4, PC, Nintendo Switch and Google Stadia. “PGA Tour 2K21 is the most flexible and enjoyable golf game since EA’s Tiger Woods series was at its peak. While its career mode could have done with some spit and polish to its presentation and
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Samurai Jack: Battle Through Time reviewed by Alex Santa Maria on Xbox One. Also available on PlayStation 4 and PC. “Even if you’re not a Samurai Jack superfan, Battle Through Time may be worth a playthrough just for the refresher course in how action games used to work and how vital that style can still
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