Review : Rage 2

Rage 2, the new open-world shooter from Avalanche Studios and id Software, starts slowly and predictably. A wilderness outpost is attacked by an old enemy; a mentor is dead and the veneer of civilization is shattered. Pick up that suit of armor, young hero, pick up that gun. It’s time to go hunting for some chaos, and some revenge.Rage’s hybrid ...

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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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The Division 2 Review

For a certain type of player, i.e. fans of tactical shooters, or anyone after a more grounded feel than is offered up by stablemates Destiny and Anthem, The Division 2 also offers a solid, and mostly plausible, contemporary setting to run around in. This is paired up with cover-based combat that is frequently challenging but offers several rewarding ways to ...

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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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Fire Emblem: Three Houses | The 40 Hrs Game | Review

Fire Emblem: Three Houses has finally returned to the living room on the Switch, and it’s better than ever. With a vast and open base hub to explore, new ways to turn the tide of battle with your chosen band of colorful characters, and a story that’s as brutal as the choices you’ll have to make on the battlefield, Three ...

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All New Phoenix Point : Review

This is the third time Phoenix Point has been delayed; the game was first scheduled for 2018 before being pushed back to July 2019 and then again to September. In response to the delay, Snapshot Games is offering a reward to backers who have been patiently waiting. “We know this is a significant delay,” the developer wrote. “The good news ...

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Fortnite : Save The World Review

If your kids say they’re playing Fortnite, they’re probably talking about Battle Royale, the free-to-play multiplayer offshoot of Fortnite. In this version, up to 100 people participate in a match together. Players are dropped onto the game map and must compete to be the last one standing by killing every other player in the game. During the game, players collect ...

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