Observation, a creepy space-station thriller in which you control an AI, is equal parts mysterious and compelling. And, it looks amazing.
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A low-fi hoverbike racer with oodles of charm and style, but not a lot under the hood.
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The "ultimate" WarioWare game mixes together all three different handheld play styles we've seen before.