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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...

Tsioque review: When a princess has to save herself and does it right

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Tsioque is a tale of a brave princess and a kingdom in distress, manifested as an adorable adventure game. Welcome to Tsioque and to a kingdom of crescent and double star. Here lie a great story and an adventure you won't forget any time soon. It all started more than three years ago with a collaboration between OhNoo Studio (Tormentum Dark Sorrow) and...

Hitman 2 review: Playing all the hits

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The new sniper and multiplayer modes shake things up a bit, but in the end, Hitman 2 is more Hitman - in the best way possible. Hitman 2 starts with a short “previous, on Hitman” video, and as I sat there watching it, all I could think was “wait, Hitman had a plot?!” I mean, I know it had a plot....

Thronebreaker: The Witcher Tales review: It’s a moral battlefield out there

Thronebreaker: The Witcher Tales
With tear-jerking moral choices and beautiful backdrops, Thronebreaker: The Witcher Tales is one of the most magical role-playing games of this year. Winter is my favorite time for sitting down next to my computer or console and playing a good story. Thronebreaker: The Witcher tales is the newest story to be told from the award-winning studio CD Projekt RED, the developers...

Leisure Suit Larry: Wet Dreams Don’t Dry review: All the wrong places

Leisure Suit Larry: Wet Dreams Don't Dry
With Wet Dreams Don't Dry, Larry makes the jump to the 21st century but loses some of its charm in the process. Still, it's a pretty decent point-and-click game. Leisure Suit Larry: Wet Dreams Don't Dry is an old-school point-and-click adventure game, with an emphasis on "old." Everything about the new Larry reboot feels old, from the gameplay to the humor and its...

GRIP: Combat Racing review: Hard to get a grip

GRIP: Combat Racing
GRIP: Combat Racing gives you all the tools to drive like a crazy person, but imprecise control can often turn cool tricks into a disaster. GRIP: Combat Racing is the kind of arcade racer that I always wanted back when I was a kid, playing games like Star Wars Episode I: Pod Racer and Lego Racers. With acrobatic cars, wide tracks with...

Lego DC Super-Villains review: It feels good to be bad

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Lego DC Super-Villains is a great co-op adventure for the entire family. You can finally create your own super character and place it at the center of the story. I head to the next mission in Lego DC Super-Villains with my custom villain character. As I blaze through the streets of Gotham with my super-speed, I stop and steal candy from...

Call of Cthulhu review: A horror tale crafted with love

Call of Cthulhu review: Strange cults
Call of Cthulhu is a deeply unsettling investigation that perfectly captures the spirit of the source material and the pen-and-paper RPG. It’s no secret horror fans love a good Lovecraftian story. It’s also not much of a secret that video games have been trying to capitalize on that love far too many times, often unsuccessfully. The latest game to channel the...

Rimworld review: Build, fight and replace limbs to survive

Rimworld review
Despite a steep learning curve and a sometimes difficult to grasp user interface, Rimworld's interesting scenarios and stories make it more than worth the effort. Rimworld is a strategy and base-management indie title developed by Ludeon Studios. The game has been in Steam Early Access for nearly five years now, but as of October 17, it finally earned the status of...

Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 Blackout review: Overshadowing the competition

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Even though Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 is the trillionth entry in the series, it still manages to spice things up with Blackout simply by doing Battle Royale better. The annual Call of Duty title is upon us. Despite the rotation between three different development studios, the series was starting to tread the same ground, with each iteration feeling...

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