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Degrees of Separation review: A puzzle of ice and fire

Degrees of Separation review
Degrees of Separation is a cute, slightly challenging platformer best experienced with a loved one. Its charm lies in its co-op puzzles that sometimes overshadow the touching narrative. They say opposites attract. In Degrees of Separation, they can also freeze water, generate explosions, and even create magical bridges. But best of all, they can...

Anthem review: An epic battle between Iron Men and network issues

Anthem
Anthem's gameplay, visuals, and audio make you feel like a superhero. Unfortunately, numerous bugs and severe network issues can quickly spoil the experience. I just want to keep playing Anthem. I can't stop thinking about its satisfying action and vast world. Sadly, when I sit down to actually play it, I have to work...

The Textorcist review: There’s a new type of Bullet Hell in town

The Textorcist is an extremely tough but rewarding Bullet Hell that's slightly on the frustrating side. The Textorcist is kind of a unique concept - it's a Bullet Hell typing game, combined with a healthy dose of humor and just the right amount of frustration. In case the term “Bullet Hell...

Unruly Heroes review: Well, at least it’s pretty

Unruly Heroes review
Unruly Heroes’ visuals are truly stunning, but the platforming, combat, and story lack any real depth. I wanted to like Unruly Heroes; I really did. I love the art style, the character sprites, the animations - basically, the whole visual side of the game looks pretty darn impressive. Sadly, everything else never measures up...

FutureGrind review: The good kind of grinding

FutureGrind
With a sharp neon aesthetic, it flips but doesn't flop. FutureGrind has all the makings of a classic arcade game wrapped in pretty low-poly graphics. FutureGrind is the latest game by indie developer Milkbag Games. Everything you need to know is all in the name - it's the future, you ride bikes and grind...

Gris review: Beautiful journey through grief

The watercolor graphics and dreamy soundtrack steal the spotlight, but Gris is more than a pretty game. You don’t need me to tell you that Gris is beautiful - the art style was the focus of its entire marketing. It’s true, though; Gris looks and sounds absolutely gorgeous, and I couldn’t stop taking screenshot...

Fallout 76 review: War never changes but now you won’t fight alone

Fallout 76 review
At its current stage, Fallout 76 gives you a fun post-apocalyptic experience, but it still needs a few updates before it can be at its best. Like in most Fallout games, In Fallout 76 you play a person that survived the nuclear holocaust in one of Vault-Tec's underground vaults scattered all over the USA....

Darksiders 3 review: A slow but welcome return to the apocalypse

Darksiders 3 combat
With a weak story and a bland combat system, Darksiders 3 starts slow, but as the pieces join together, it forms a memorable return to the series. The Darksiders series has been away for some time. Luckily, the good guys at THQ Nordic brought it back to life with Darksiders 3. Despite starting...

The Council review: Broken promises

The Council review
After a promising start, The Council slowly descends into the realm of the mediocre and the ridiculous, before fizzling out completely in the end. I absolutely loved The Council - Episode One: The Mad Ones. It was a refreshing take on the narrative adventure genre that held so much promise. In my review, I...

Mutant Year Zero: Road To Eden review: Ducking awesome

Take XCOM, mix in some humor and stealth mechanics, add a few memorable characters, and you get Mutant Year Zero: Road To Eden. Ever since I laid my eyes on the first gameplay video for Mutant Year Zero: Road To Eden, I was eager to play it. The promise of XCOM-like turn-based combat with real-time exploration and stealth is pretty much everything I...

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