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199 games reviewed
74.0 average score
80 median score
61.8% of games recommended
Scores 3.3 higher than average
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May 29, 2019

What starts as a mystery tale about the protagonist’s sister disappearance turns into a journey into obsession, what make us obsessed and how it can make us blind to the world around us. Extremely compelling and sometimes, even heartbreaking.

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May 28, 2019

A fresh coat of paint shows that Blood still remains the king of the 90s shooter. A must for those interested in FPS history, unique mechanics and a touch of insanity

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Uniting drama, boldness and character development, Three Kingdoms revigorated the Total War formula in a way that I wouldn’t believe it was possible until now. Every strategy game fan should give this a chance.

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May 7, 2019

Dark Devotion takes some very important cues from the Souls formula (artstyle, combat) but forgets the most prevalent one: Designing a game just to be punishing isn’t engaging. Punishing should be a learning tool, not a way to increase its length.

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May 3, 2019

Clunky at times, Fade to Silence excels in one major area: creating a sense of community, of prospering in face of peril. It makes you worry about its characters and do your best to keep them safe. A more positive take on a post-apocalyptic world.

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Apr 26, 2019

Imperator: Rome combines the best parts of Europa Universalis: Rome into a bigger, more ambitious package. A great entry point for those interested in grand strategy games.

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“The Prohpet and the Warlock” is a perfect fit for those whowant more Skaven shenanigans, but keeps the Lizardmen at a weird spot due to its lack of advanced units and uninteresting campaign mechanics.

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Apr 24, 2019

Ubisoft’s BlueByte learnt from their past mistakes, mixed the best parts of Anno 1404 and added several improvements from their successors, which culminated in one of the best — if not the best Anno ever.

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Apr 4, 2019

Warparty still lives in the 90's, the so-called "golden era of real time strategy games", whilst ignoring the huge advances the genre made in the last 20 years. It should feel like a nice nostalgia trip, but it turns to be a game stuck in time, with little to show other than cool looking dinosaurs.

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Apr 4, 2019

In parts, Tropico 6 feels like a return to form rather than a proper evolution. In others, Limbic Entertainment additions makes it stand out with its more personal interconnection between the player and its citizens. Easily the best entry on the franchise so far.

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Following a long trail of fixes and improvements from previous patches, Pebberley Island is Two Point Hospital at its best. Rids itself from the shackles of nostalgia and truly shows what kind of interesting challenges Two Point Studios can offers to more advanced players.

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While Gathering Storm still carries a lot of the issues presented by the base game, its new mechanics – especially with some in game tweaking – shakes up significantly the metagame, how to treat territorial expansion and give a new perspective on diplomacy. If you haven’t tried Civilization VI, now it’s the best time to do so.

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Mar 7, 2019

Trials Rising boasts one of the best track selections of the entire franchise. Sadly, paired with forced online connectivity, convoluted menus and completely unnecessary lootboxes.

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Mar 6, 2019

With simple and clear rules, Ape Out manages to remove often hidden layers about action games, and how a player understands – and adapts to specific situations – giving new insights on how practice and learning works in games. All fueled by one of the best jazzy tunes I’ve heard in a game.

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Feb 27, 2019

Improving on its predecessor in every way — from better steering wheel support, to more interesting and challenging scenarios — Very few games can create such sense of dread and excitement as DiRT Rally 2.0. A must have for Rally fans.

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Even if it tries a bit too hard with it interesting, but shallow campaign structure, Armada 2 more than makes up for it with its ambition to bring all 12 factions into a single game. It’s a dream coming true for Warhammer 40K fans.

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Feb 11, 2019

Bursting with ideas on how to revolutionize the 4X Genre, At The Gates demise lies in its poor execution, lackluster AI and what it seems to be an endless list of bugs.

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Amplitude does a fine job on establishing the Mykara as part of the Endless franchise lore, but due to their overreliance on strategic resources and combat – aspects that Endless Legend lacks depth – makes their addition a rather dull one.

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While it doesn’t do a lot to change its formula – and its story could most certainly be better paced – Ace Combat 7 brings the series back to its roots.

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Jan 21, 2019

Insurgency: Sandstorm sits between two worlds. In one hand, it tries to make more approachable to newcomers. On the other, its matchmaking system, lack of interesting and unique maps makes it a game only for the most dedicated players.

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