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It ain’t perfect, but Secret of Mana is a charming adventure that's worth your time.
Battlefield 1's latest DLC pack doesn't quite get everything right.
An exciting time on a bike.
Radiant Historia: Perfect Chronology is an excellent way for fans and newcomers alike to jump back into Atlus'...
The beloved indie title makes its way to the Nintendo Switch- and it's absolutely incredible.
This EA Originals title embodies the fantastic but does it offer much substance beyond that?
The NT stands for Not Today, Square Enix. Not Today.
Take on hordes of battalions to win back peace.
With in its gameplay design and emotional impact, Celeste is a triumph worth celebrating.
Nintendo's pink puffball has somehow managed to falter.
EA Sports UFC 3 is a knockout punch, in the best way possible.
From a graphics standpoint, Shadow of the Colossus on the PS4 is possibly the greatest remake of all time.
Deja Vu is very much the term for Hacker’s Memory, but it’s enjoyable for fans.
Lost Sphear harkens back to classic JRPGs of old, but does it invoke their quality?
The Hidden Ones DLC doesn't do anything Origins itself didn't, but then again, it doesn't need to.
Monster Hunter World strikes the perfect balance between nuance and accessibility.
Even when the road gets a little blocky.
Dragon Ball FighterZ is an incredible fighting game.
Get ready to fight again.
Despite tons of initial promise, Hello Neighbor delivers a subpar experience with terrible mechanics and gamep...