Penny-Punching Princess Review: In For A Pound

Penny-Punching Princess Review: In For A Pound
Penny-Punching Princess Review: In For A Pound. Penny-Punching Princess opens by declaring that, in the age of capitalism, money is where real power comes from. This is a game about a princess who needs to accumulate wealth to get revenge on the Dragaloan Family, who...
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Far Cry 5 Review: The Land Of Plenty

Far Cry 5 Review: The Land Of Plenty
Far Cry 5 Review: The Land Of Plenty. If you’re familiar with the premise of Far Cry–the idea of a one-person army taking on overwhelming hostile forces in large, unpredictable surroundings–then you know exactly what Far Cry 5 feels like. You’ll engage in different styles...
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Sea Of Thieves Review: Set Sail With Trepidation

Sea Of Thieves Review: Set Sail With Trepidation
Sea Of Thieves Review: Set Sail With Trepidation. Sea of Thieves conveys nature’s beauty and wrath with aplomb, and sailing across the open ocean in a creaky vessel can make you fall in love with its impressive presentation. This romantic connection can be felt most...
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A Way Out Review: A Tale Of Two Prisoners

A Way Out Review: A Tale Of Two Prisoners
A Way Out Review: A Tale Of Two Prisoners. A Way Out is not really the hard-hitting, serious, emotional tale of two convicts escaping prison it appears to be. At times, it successfully strikes those notes, but extreme tonal shifts, gimmicky QTEs, and a terrible...
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Yakuza 6: The Song Of Life Review: Tokyo Drifter

Yakuza 6: The Song Of Life Review: Tokyo Drifter
Yakuza 6: The Song Of Life Review: Tokyo Drifter. The Yakuza franchise is over a decade old, and in that time, its feature set has predictably grown. Over six mainline entries, free-roam areas became more substantial, additional playable protagonists were introduced, combat mechanics were expanded...
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Mulaka Review: Of Myth And Monsters

Mulaka Review: Of Myth And Monsters
Mulaka Review: Of Myth And Monsters. Every part of the world has its own history and legends that are ripe for examination, yet games typically stick to a narrow range of familiar cultures. It’s why games like Mulaka stand out; they can open your eyes...
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Fe Review: Strike A Chord

Fe Review: Strike A Chord
Fe Review: Strike A Chord. In Fe, your most powerful tool is your voice. You, a small fox-like creature, can use your songlike call to befriend other animals, open up new pathways in the environment, and distract the game’s mechanical enemies. But you also have...
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Celeste Review: More Than Just A Great Platformer

Celeste Review: More Than Just A Great Platformer
Celeste Review: More Than Just A Great Platformer. Spoilers for Celeste are contained in this review. While no specific plot details are mentioned, overall themes and mechanics that you may not be aware of are discussed. Celeste is a wonderful, surprising game, and I think...
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Iconoclasts Review

Iconoclasts Review
Iconoclasts Review. Iconoclasts’ Metroidvania-inspired style and structure is deceptively simple at first. The vibrant 2D-pixelated world you inhabit is alluring and the action is quick and snappy. But if you’ve played games like this before, it’d be easy to dismiss Iconoclasts as trite and rudimentary...
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