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73.4 average score
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Jan 14, 2020

Darwin Project isn’t an also-ran, it’s a trendsetter, and anyone still interesting in dropping in hot should take notice.

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Stories usually need some sort of momentum and Life Is Strange 2 had trouble maintaining it for multiple reasons.

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Dragon Quest Builders 2 was great when it released on consoles and it’s still a blast on PC.

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Dec 20, 2019

Detroit: Become Human is inarguably Quantic Dream’s finest release yet

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Dec 20, 2019

Star Ocean: First Departure R does its job of bringing First Departure to the PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch, but fails to do much beyond that.

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In the end, The Rebel Collection a perfect stopgap while fans wait for news on whatever happened to Skull and Bones.

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Dec 16, 2019

Witnessing its wholesome, nearly childlike view of the world through a bunch of nonsequiteurs is pleasant even if playing through them isn’t always quite as enjoyable. And while Wattam seems to want to avoid descriptors and can get away with it at times, that playability is important for a video game.

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Dec 11, 2019

While there are a host of better options to get your indie Smash on, Shovel Knight Showdown is still a well-made treasure worth coveting.

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If you are a MechWarrior fanatic, MechWarrior 5 will probably give you hours of enjoyment. If not, I’d wait until some of the problems above are addressed before making a purchase.

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Like each campaign before it, King Knight’s quest is a uniquely thrilling 2D experience that needs no asterisk assigned to any praise. This isn’t a retro throwback or an NES hanger-on, but a masterful platforming action that stands up to any and all contemporaries.

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