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Review : Trine 4: The Nightmare Prince

Once upon a time, the Trine series was heralded as some of the most visually impressive indie games around. Developer Frozenbyte had released the game in 2009 to rave reviews and fan reception in an era when downloadable games were just starting to take form.Trine 4: The Nightmare Prince is a sequel that plays it very safe – which, in ...

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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 : The Total War: Three Kingdoms

The Total War: Three Kingdoms reviews are out now, and you can start reading what the critics think while you wait for the game to arrive on May 23. You can already find a number of perspectives on Three Kingdoms’ strengths both as the next Total War and as its own fresh take on a much-recounted period of Chinese history.The ...

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Amid Evil Review | Ocean Of Games

Amid Evil, another retro FPS game inspired by the likes of Heretic and HeXen, proves that DUSK wasn’t a fluke. Amid Evil is chaotic, beautiful, and fiendishly clever. It has the same understanding for its source material as DUSK did and manages to sidestep most of the issues that classic FPS games were plagued with.There are also power-ups, like Invisibility ...

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Crackdown 3 : Review

This is total superhero wish-fulfillment, a game that requires absolutely zero thought. It flies by in a blur of explosions, shootouts and flying cars, concealing its many imperfections in a neverending whirlwind of action.After the whole world’s electrical power gets shut down by a shadowy island city-state called New Providence, the super-powered cops of the Agency are deployed to strike ...

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