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Bloodstained The Next – Level Video Game

Five years is a long time, and the metroidvania genre has grown substantially in that period, but sometimes you don’t want a variation on a familiar theme. You want the same game in a new package. Rejoice, because with Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night, that’s exactly what you’re getting.It should, considering that was the whole pitch of the Kickstarter back ...

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Star Wars Jedi : Fallen Order Review With oceanofgames

You are also probably the deadliest person in the universe. Though you spend your days cutting crashed Star Destroyers open for parts, within your cloak you hide the true star of Jedi: Fallen Order—a blue lightsaber that you will use to strike down hundreds of stormtroopers across the course of the game.You can feel the influence of those games in ...

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Review : Aliens: Colonial Marines

Aliens: Colonial Marines is like a trip to a natural history museum. It’s empty and nostalgic, meticulous and dated. More importantly, it’s hands-off. Like a museum, Colonial Marines is at its best when you’re admiring the view. Aliens: Colonial Marines is a disappointing exercise in bland corridor shooting, dragged down by laughable dialogue and cooperative play that makes the game ...

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Review : Borderlands 3

Borderlands 3 is a familiar game in look and play style but has so many improvements and new elements that it will appeal to fans and newcomers alike. It can also not be overestimated how great it is to have a game where loot boxes are free and you get exactly what you pay for.Each weapon feels unique and the ...

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Review : Metro Exodus

Metro: Last Light, Metro Exodus finds protagonist Artyom and his wife Anna working to protect what remains of Moscow’s citizens, but the dead-end prospect this means for his future leaves him unfulfilled. In search of hope, Artyom returns several times to the irradiated surface and attempts to locate other surviving regions via radio, much to the dismay of Anna, but ...

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Review : Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice

There has never been a game that fills me with such uncontrollable rage as FromSoftware’s Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice. Never has a game made me utter such profanities, cry in pure frustration and yet still come back for more. There’s this undeniable magnetic pull that sees me returning time and time again to this punishing hellscape, determined to beat the ...

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Review : Death Stranding

Back in 2014, Hideo Kojima—creator of the beloved Metal Gear Solid series, and one of the video game industry’s few true auteurs—was secretly developing a new installment in the survival-horror series Silent Hill. At the end of a truly terrifying game called P.T., which debuted for free on the PlayStation Network, players were shown a quick teaser for Silent Hills: ...

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