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Okami HD Switch Review: A Work Of Art

Not all great games are built to last. Okami was considered an instant classic when it launched back in 2006 but, now that Okami HD has arrived on the Nintendo Switch, the question is whether or not Capcom's godly epic has stood the test of time.

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Sleep Tight Review: Aaaaaah, Real Monsters!

Boasting toy guns, pillow forts and invading monsters, Sleep Tight is a wave-based shooter that fondly recalls what it feels like to be a kid whose mundane world comes to life through the power of imagination.

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Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy: Nintendo Switch Review

Growing up in the 90's, some of my favorite gaming experiences involved running, jumping and spinning my way through the colorful levels of the Crash Bandicoot series. Now, 20 years later, we've got Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy, a from-the-ground-up recreation of the OG PlayStation games. Available for the PlayStation 4 last year and now launching on every other major platform, the question is whether this is a case of classic games made even better thanks to modern technology, or a collection of titles that were better left fondly remembered.

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Inside And Limbo Reviews: Nintendo Switch Editions

Playdead's two atmospheric side scrollers make the jump to the Nintendo Switch.

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The Awesome Adventures Of Captain Spirit Review

If you're a Life is Strange fan, then the highlight of E3 may have been that the next chapter in the story was coming out soon, and that it was totally free. But, is it everything fans have been hoping for>

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LEGO The Incredibles Review

LEGO video games and Pixar movies have a great deal in common. They're both such great family fun that it seems shocking we're only getting our first Pixar-themed LEGO game now.

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Arcade Racer GRIP Looks Fast-Paced And Explosive In Launch Date Trailer

Arcade racing is making a big comeback and, this fall, Wired Productions and Caged Element Inc. are inviting players to grab the wheel, put the pedal to the medal and cross the finish line first in GRIP.

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Xbox Game Pass Adds State Of Decay 2, More, In May

Xbox Game Pass is set to expand with another eight titles in May, including the brand new State of Decay 2. The remainder of the lineup includes a little something for everyone, from an old-school platformer and a sports offering to a cooperative cooking contest and beyond.

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Attack On Titan 2 Review

The first Attack on Titan game was a solid retelling of the first season of the popular anime in video game form. Now the sequel is here, and it is also a solid retelling of the first season of the popular anime.

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A Way Out Review

Co-op gameplay is a popular feature in many recent titles, however, with the new adventure title A Way Out playing cooperatively isn't simply a benefit, it's required.

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WarGames Review: More Video Than Game

Venturing into a seldom explored corner of interactive entertainment, WarGames is a cross between a movie and a video game that invites the player to have an impact on the narrative by choosing where to focus each scene. It's an interesting concept, but the execution left me feeling less like a participant and more like a voyeur.

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Blasters Of The Universe Review: VR Bullet Hell Heaven

It's been about a year and a half since virtual reality gaming went mainstream and, in that time, we've seen approximately 4,586 first-person shooters hit the platform. Every now and then, though, a VR FPS manages to break away from the pack and offer an experience that's actually worth talking about. Blasters of the Universe is just such a game.

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Moss Review: Virtual Reality Done So, So Right

Leaning forward, craning my head down, I came face to face with Quill, an adorable mouse with a scarf around her neck and a sword in her hand. Having just worked together to dispatch a small army of mechanized insects, Quill smiles up at me and raises her paw. I lean back and reach out with my controller, giving her a high five. Moss, for PlayStation VR, is utterly enchanting.

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Fe Review

Fe was a unique looking game when it first appeared a couple years ago, but now the game is here and it's time to see if there's anything underneath the lovely coat of paint.

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Dynasty Warriors 9 Review

The Dynasty Warriors series has been going on for a long time, and it's been surviving largely unchanged. However, the ninth iteration of the series adds an open world, but is that the shot in the arm the franchise needs?

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