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Square Enix continues the retro-collection train with the Collection of SaGA Final Fantasy Legend on the Nintendo Switch. The SaGa collection brings together a series of decades-old games to give new players a look at the roots of the historic mobile franchise. After spending time completing this collection, I’m pleased to say that the experiences
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After I previewed Drawn to Life: Two Realms, I was excited to continue the calming, charming, and slightly nostalgic worlds that the game had to offer. In fact, I noted that if the game was able to keep up the methodical introduction of player freedom and puzzle elements I experienced in the first hour, it
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Early on, I got a chance to preview Dontnod’s latest adventure game Twin Mirror. It certainly set my expectations pretty high for the final release. While I understood some of my issues with the puzzle-solving aspects during the preview most likely wouldn’t be fixed by release, I hoped the story would continue to capture my
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Any franchise reaching a 25-year milestone is a big deal in the games industry. As of this year, we can add Team 17’s Worms series of popular tactical action games and its various spinoffs to that list with the release of Worms Rumble. While it’s more of a fast-paced battle royale experience than a traditional
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A strong story and characters can often enhance an overall video game experience. Even if the gameplay might not be stellar or memorable, occasionally the narrative aspects can make up for those particular shortcomings. That’s more or less how I felt during my time playing The Game Baker’s romance RPG Haven. The characters are brimming
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As the lifespan of the Xbox One and PS4 continued to age, it seemed to me like the NBA 2K series continued to decline year after year. Each time, the next iteration would make some minimal adjustments to the gameplay, introduce a new story to my career mode, and shoehorn in ads and microtransactions to
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The video game industry has already gone through eight console generations since it began. Through all these generations, there have been games that haven’t lost their magic, no matter how many years or decades have passed since their launch. It’s a common tradition in the video game industry to remake the world’s most brilliant titles
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Flight combat simulators have gotten some rather unique takes over the years, including anthropomorphized animals piloting fighters in space and riders piloting dragons in a traditional fantasy world. The Falconeer puts another interesting twist on the genre, with pilots riding on giant falcons outfitted with powerful weaponry as they fight pirates and complete a wide
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Don’t let the title confuse you; Bright Memory isn’t the game we saw at Microsoft’s first showcase for Xbox Series X games. Sure, it’s the same franchise and developer, yes, the gameplay looks comparable, and the names are absolutely confusing, but there wasn’t a single moment of gameplay in Bright Memory‘s stunted hour-ish runtime that came remotely
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