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Persona 5 Royal review: Will steal your heart all over again

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Persona 5 Royal is the ultimate take on the powerful Persona 5. It builds upon the original in every way and brings one of the best JRPG stories of this generation. I always knew that the Persona is a series I’d like. With an authentic portrayal of Japanese life, fun...

VirtuaVerse review: To AR is human

VirtuaVerse review
VirtuaVerse is exhausting to play, with many frustrating puzzles and a cyberpunk story that comes off a bit too preachy. But the visuals and audio keep you going, as VirtuaVerse looks terrific and sounds even better. VirtuaVerse makes a solid first impression, with its old-school vibe and cyberpunk aesthetics. Its...

Fort Triumph review: Where XCOM and Heroes meet

Fort Triumph review
With an exciting story, clever battle tactics, and plenty of humor, Fort Triumph is flying high. It loses some altitude due to rough visuals and repetitive gameplay. If you ever wondered what would happen if you mix the fantasy and strategy of Heroes of Might and Magic with the...

The Flower Collectors review: Solve a murder without going outside

The Flower Collectors review
The Flower Collectors is an engaging, tense, and topical murder mystery that takes place entirely within the confines of one small apartment in 1970s Barcelona. I'm just gonna go ahead and say it: The Flowers Collectors is Rear Window in video game form. Instead of observing a New York courtyard...

The Procession to Calvary review: Renaissance art and silly walks

The Procession to Calvary review
The Procession to Calvary is a point-and-click game for anyone who enjoys unique visual styles, Monty Python-esque humor, and appeasing the devil. The Procession to Calvary is a hilarious adventure game by indie developer Joe Richardson. It's full of some of the world's most celebrated art and music, clever puzzles, senseless...

Totally Reliable Delivery Service review: Pure hilarious mayhem

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Totally Reliable Delivery Service is a game where you attempt to deliver packages, pilot an unpredictable ragdoll character, and embrace the urge to raise chaos. Totally Reliable Delivery Service arrived at a time when we're all stuck at home, waiting for everything we ordered to come to us. Well, after...

In Other Waters review: Dive in, the water’s just right

In Other Waters review
In Other Water's captivating story, slow yet rewarding exploration, and serene visuals and music make it the perfect game for these stressful times. In Other Waters arrived at the right time. I was playing the nerve-wracking Doom Eternal for a few days, and the next game on my list is...

Dead Dreams review: Playing through a nightmare

Dead Dreams review
Dead Dreams is a scary game. Scratch that - Dead Dreams is a TERRIFYING game thanks to a brilliantly crafted atmosphere of dread that never lets you rest. The simplistic visuals might scare you off, but don’t let them. Classic Survival Horror titles are hard to come by these days,...

Yes, Your Grace review: Can’t wait to be king

Yes, Your Grace review
The immense stress of running a kingdom is just the tip of the iceberg in this management simulator. While its harsh choices will mostly leave you paralyzed with indecision, Yes, Your Grace shines all the way through. Yes, Your Grace is a kingdom management simulator developed by Brave At Night...

Broken Lines review: Time to consider a tactical retreat

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Broken Lines is a light tactical experience that fails to capitalize on its premise and potential. While not great, it is still a good palate cleanser between heavier titles. PortaPlay is a studio mostly focused on developing learning apps and mobile games. In fact, Broken Lines is only their second...

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