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Nintendo Switch

You can always rely on Nintendo to try something unique. The Wii popularised motion control, the Nintendo 3DS brought in glasses-free 3D screen tech and the Wii U, for all its faults, had some interesting second-screen gaming ideas.The Nintendo Switch continues in that fine tradition. Is it a h...

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Xbox One S

Three years after the release of the original Xbox One, Microsoft released an updated version of the console, the Xbox One S, which has now become the de facto Microsoft system moving forward. While we're sad to see the original Xbox One sail into the sunset, the Xbox One S is smaller, runs qui...

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Mothergunship Review: Bullet-Hell Extravaganza

Mothergunship wastes little time in throwing you head-first into its fast-paced and over-the-top bullet-hell experience. As the spiritual successor to indie roguelike FPS Tower of Guns, this homage to '90s action games balances a number of clever mechanics throughout its pulse-pounding jaunt through...

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20XX Review - Robot Generation

20XX wears its influences on its sleeve. If you're familiar with Mega Man X, then slipping into the metallic bodies of 20XX's two core protagonists--the gunner Nina and the swordsman Ace--will feel like coming home again. Both characters are satisfying to control, and executing combinations of dashe...

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Fighting EX Layer Review: One-On-One Fun

Fighting EX Layer is a one-one-one fighting game that's built for a very specific audience. There's no tutorial, no story mode, not even a basic arcade mode yet. However, the resulting game is built purely on competitive fighting with focused efforts on making the brawling as satisfying and engaging...

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Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker Nintendo Switch Review: Time For Adventure

Nintendo has all but cornered the market on streamlined, cute adventures for all ages. While Captain Toad made his first appearance in Super Mario Galaxy, he's since been spun off into his own puzzle-platforming series based on a very different type of design philosophy than you may be used to. Capt...

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Octopath Traveler Review: Divide And Conquer

Retro throwbacks rarely go for the mid-'90s mix of 2D sprites and low-res 3D models, but along comes Octopath Traveler, a game that manages to both faithfully recreate the aesthetic and add to it in subtle yet meaningful ways. It's a great look, one that draws you into the world and delights you wit...

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Sonic Mania Plus Review - Encore! Encore!

From the opening title's splash screen, Sonic Mania's presentation is intoxicating. Its colorful, retro 2D graphics and vibrant '90s-inspired pop soundtrack is enough to make any Sega Genesis fan squeal in excitement. In this jointly developed game, Sega and members of the Sonic fan-hack community h...

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Astro A50 Gaming Headset review

Nothing will enhance your gaming experience quite like a nice headset. The improved audio detail and surround sound creates an immersive atmosphere, and turns the footsteps of a foe into a dead giveaway of his location. Single player campaigns become journeys you won't want to back out of. Online, t...

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Rainbow Skies Review: Rainbow in the Dark

Rainbow Moon wasn't a hugely impactful game when it released in 2012, but it was nevertheless a charming and scrappy RPG that found an audience who remember it fondly. The belated follow-up, Rainbow Skies, is decidedly less memorable, serving up an RPG experience that's better at filling time than p...


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