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No matter how many times it happens in life, change is always around the corner. Sometimes it comes to us at the perfect moment, while other times it’ll come at the worst time. One game that tackles the concept of change is Florence, published by Annapurna Interactive and developed by first-time developer Mountains. The game
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Pokemon Sword and Pokemon Shield, the latest mainline entries in the Pokemon franchise, released on Nintendo Switch late last year. Sword and Shield made many changes to the Pokemon formula, including making it easier than ever to battle competitively. Millions play Pokemon casually, but the battle system is actually a lot deeper than it appears at first glance.
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Persona 5, a title many JRPG fans are familiar with, took the gaming world by storm when it first launched back in 2016 and 2017. Now with the Western launch of its re-release, Persona 5 Royal, on the horizon, how is this new version looking to stack up? So far so good, as I discovered playing
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Valentine Day 2020 happened and as usual when such events rolls around, Japanese games studios, artists, character designers and developers all shared some Valentine-themed artwork on Twitter. Mobile and gacha games all do their own events too, revealing new illustrations for their characters. In Japan, Valentine Day is about women giving presents to men, with
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Sony has received endless praise this console generation for the number of stellar first-party titles that it has released, and rightly so. Games like God of War, Horizon Zero Dawn, and Marvel’s Spider-Man stand as some of the most well-received from both critics and fans alike over the past few years. But for all of Sony’s success in
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Six years ago at E3 2014, we were first introduced to Ori and the beautiful forest of Nibel. The original trailer for Ori and the Blind Forest perfectly foreshadowed the game’s emotional tone. It was clear, from Naru’s loving relationship with Ori, Gareth Coker’s divine composition, and the few platforming segments presented in the trailer, that
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