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Review: Biomutant

An open world kung fu fable featuring giant rats fighting mutants and each other with junk. Is it worth it?

Review: Wonder Boy: Asha in Monster World

Wonder Boy: Asha in Monster World doesn’t shine as brightly as the original, but can its cutesy heroine still win our hearts?

Review: Ninja Gaiden: Master Collection

Ninja Team has taken the choice from the players’ hands, providing what it believes to be the definitive all-in-one package of its three Ninja Gaiden games.

Review: Atelier Ryza 2: Lost Legends & the Secret Fairy

Atelier Ryza's first sequel features mostly improvements over the first, with new characters, additional exploration methods and expanded alchemy system.

Review: Death end re;Quest 2

A sequel to one of the most unique JRPGs this generation, Death end re;Quest 2 doubles down on the things that made the first game great.

Review: Kandagawa Jet Girls

A new IP about cute girls doing racing in jet skis. The unique atmosphere of this drift boost racer is brought down by several flaws, but is it worth playing?

Review: Maneater

The self-titled ShaRkPG is finally out. Maneater is an exploration and collecting game about killing, eating, evolving, and more killing.

Review: Azur Lane Crosswave

The insanely popular mobile gacha Azur Lane debuts as a regular game for both consoles and PC. Cute girls, military nerd pandering and getting married to your waifu are the major features.

Review: Hatsune Miku VR

Virtual Reality and Hatsune Miku are two concepts that just are meant to go together. Rhythm games are perhaps the most popular genre within the VR game scene, while meeting Miku face-to-face is the dream of many otaku and fans. You could interact with Miku in Virtual Reality before this game but only while watching concerts or video clips(VR Future Live and Project Diva X). This title is the firs...[Read More]

Review: DJMax Respect V

One of the best PS4 exclusive rhythm games received a PC port this month. The same DJMax experience from consoles is now available on Steam as Early Access, new features included.

Shenmue III Review

After 18 Years, Ryo is back in a new adventure in Shemue III with the same clothes. Will he finally avenge his father? Lets' find out!

Review: Atelier Ryza: Ever Darkness & the Secret Hideout

Ryza is the beginning of a new Atelier trilogy, dropping this month for PS4, Switch and PC. It continues the long-running tradition of this crafting-base JRPG series, except this time with an active battle system and the best graphics the series has ever had.

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