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Mutant Year Zero: Road to Eden Review

Released last December by developer The Bearded Ladies Consulting and publisher Funcom, Mutant Year Zero: Road to Eden is a turn-based tactical RPG that utilizes elements of real-time stealth and an intriguing storyline to bring an experience that can only be described as a next-level XCOM. The devs draw this parallel themselves, and with the two so closely linked, one has to wonder if Mutant Year Zero can do enough to set itself apart from its own inspiration. Let’s dive in and find out!

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Spyro Reignited Review

Everyone favourite Dragon use to be a hit on the video game scene before fading for a few years. His tale, and that of his friends, was brought back into perspective with the Skylanders series, but ultimately, that isn't the Spyro we all know and love. Thanks to Activision, the trilogy of Spyro titles remastered for console is here for us to enjoy, and it holds up incredibly well because of the various updates to the game!

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Just Cause 4 Review

If you've never played an adventure as grade-A bad ass Rico Rodriguez, then you are definitely missing out on one of video games more entertaining - albeit wildly unrealistic -  action adventure experiences. And that is really what sets Rico's adventures in the Just Cause franchise apart from other action adventure games: there is almost nothing remotely possible about the various actions you'll complete in Just Cause 4. Is it a step above Just Cause 3? While I'm not entirely sure about that, it's still the over-the-top experience I'm looking for in the franchise.

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Hitman 2 Review

Released last week, Hitman 2 continues the legacy of the infamous Agent 47. Developed by IO Interactive and published by Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment, Hitman 2 is the sixth game in the franchise, not counting the games made for iOS and Android, and the second game in the latest reboot of the series. The Hitman franchise has been riddled with criticism at times for being too stagnant and repetitive while at others for losing sight of the original vision of the games. Many questions have been brought up about how this latest title will respond to ...

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Farming Simulator 19 Review

Here at GamesReviews.com we love our Farming Simulator titles, and no one is doing it better than the great people at Giants Software and Focus Home Entertainment have knocked it out of hte park yet again with Farming Simulator 19, the biggest and most immersive farming simulation experience yet.

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TURTLE BEACH’S ELITE PRO™ 2 + SUPERAMP™ Review

We review a ton of headsets on GamesReviews.com, and generally they are all doing things well, providing the features you would expect in a specific price range, and ultimately realizing that purchasing power comes down to brand loyalty, and at times, even things as trivial as colour schemes. Enter Turtle Beach's latest high quality, high priced headset: the Elite Pro 2 + SuperAmp. While I originally wasn't sure why I'd want to hook my headset into and amp, which was then hooked into the Xbox One, I quickly realized how amazing this setup is.

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Red Dead Redemption II Review

It’s been a long time since the original Red Dead Redemption made its debut on the PS3 and Xbox 360. That title might not have received as much hype for the subsequent Red Dead launch, but it laid a fantastic blueprint for Red Dead Redemption 2 to be built on. But is this new title up for the challenge? We think so, so let’s chat why!

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Home Sweet Home Review

Home Sweet Home is a first-person indie-horror game inspired by Thai myths and beliefs that was recently released on PS4 and Xbox One from Thai developer Yggdrazil. Yggdrazil is not known for game creation, as it boasts projects in VFX, Animation, Art Design and Online-Editing categories, with very little focus on games. For a company with such a diverse portfolio, it would be an understatement to say I was surprised with the overall quality of Home Sweet Home.

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Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 Review

Call of Duty is going online with the latest release in the franchise, and three major modes are being heralded here in lue of a standard single player campaign. To offset that, the game has standard onlne Multiplayer, Zombie Mode, and of course the brand new battle royale style mode, Blackout. But does this work without a single player experience? Let's dive in!

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Shadows: Awakening Review

Released just over a month ago, Shadows: Awakening is an isometric dungeon-crawler RPG with a rich storyline and intriguing game mechanics. Brought to us by Slovakian developer Games Farm, Awakening is the second installment in the Heretic Kingdoms saga. If you’re suddenly worried that you missed the first game, don’t be – this game plays great standalone and you will do just fine treating this as a solo game. For gamers who have dabbled in franchises like Diablo or Path of Exile but didn’t stick around because of the repetitive grind, lack of puzzles and ...

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