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Chorus Review

Take control of Nara on a quest to destroy the dark cult that created her. Unlock devastating weapons & mind-bending abilities in an evolution of the space-combat shooter. Along with Forsaken, her sentient starfighter, explore ancient temples, engage in zero-g combat & venture beyond waking reality. Chorus is a space combat video game played from a third-person perspective. The game’s protagonist, Nara, pilots sentient starcraft known as Forsaken. Forsaken can be armed with a variety of weapons such as missile…

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Skyrim Anniversary Edition Review

Skyrim first launched 10 years ago, so it feels rather odd to be reviewing it now on its third generation of consoles at this point, but here we are…. The game’s main story revolves around the player’s character, the Dragonborn, on their quest to defeat Alduin the World-Eater, a dragon who is prophesied to destroy the world. The game is set 200 years after the events of Oblivion and takes place in Skyrim, the northernmost province of Tamriel. Throughout the…

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Beyond a Steel Sky Review

27 years later we get a sequel to Beneath a Steel Sky…The original came out in the hay day of point and click adventure games like Monkey Island, Day of the Tentacle, and Broken Sword. As an “old” man, these types of games have always had a soft spot in my heart. I do recall playing the original but it’s been a LONG time since I’ve thought about this game. Luckily you aren’t missing much in picking up the Beyond…

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Vaas: Insanity Far Cry 6 DLC Review

Far Cry 6’s first DLC episode is out now, taking you deep into the twisted mind of one of Far Cry’s most infamous and enigmatic villains: Far Cry 3’s Vaas Montenegro. In Vaas: Insanity, available now for Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S, you’ll play as the unstable pirate (voiced by original Vaas actor Michael Mando) as he fights to escape the deadly, dreamlike confines of his own mind. Far Cry 6 owners can grab it as part of the …

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Battlefield 2042 Review

Battlefield 2042 is multiplayer-focused and has no single-player campaign, the first main series entry to not include one since Battlefield 2142. However, similar to older entries in the series like Battlefield 2, players will have the option of playing against AI bots in either solo or co-op modes, although the game is always online and cannot be played offline. Certain multiplayer modes like Conquest and Breakthrough will support up to 128 players per server on next-gen consoles and PC, the…

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Call of Duty Vanguard Review

Hey Nazis, that’s something we haven’t seen in a shooter game in quite some time right? (Clearly, I am joking) Does Vanguard do anything to stand out from the crowd? Well yes and no… Call of Duty: Vanguard is a 2021 first-person shooter game developed by Sledgehammer Games and published by Activision. It was released on November 5 for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X/S. It serves as the 18th installment in the overall …

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Unpacking Review

In a gaming landscape where bigger is better, Unpacking is something else entirely. There are no cutscenes, no sob story, no need to pretend your charming protagonist isn’t a multiple murderer. There’s just a lot of boxes. A LOT of boxes. And it’s your job to empty all those boxes. Doing so is simple, and there’s hardly any rules to where you can put something (at least up to a point). Moving house is surprisingly relaxing when you can quick…

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Forza Horizon 5 Review

How do you perfect on perfection? That was the problem facing Playground when they came to create a sequel to the already incredible Forza Horizon 5. And you know what? They managed it. That’s not to say that it’s a massive improvement. Quite the opposite in fact. This is not a revolutionary experience. You’re not going to rethink the racing genre off the back of this game. But do you need to? When a game is this much fun, when…

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Riders Republic Review

Jump into the Riders Republic massive multiplayer playground! Grab your bike, skis, snowboard, or wingsuit and explore an open world sports paradise where the rules are yours to make—or break. Battle against up to 64 players simultaneously in a massively multiplayer playground. Compete in an all-out mass start race—collide, grind, and fight your way to the finish! Customize your character to show off your style to your friends or show up at the competition. Bike, ski, snowboard, or wingsuit through…

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Life is Strange: True Colors Review (Spoiler Free)

You can take comfort here knowing I am not going to give away any story elements here in this review. After all, that’s the main fun in playing the Life is Strange series, isn’t it. Life Is Strange: True Colors is a graphic adventure played from a third-person view. The player controls the protagonist, Alex Chen, to explore various locations in the fictional setting of Haven Springs and communicate with non-playable characters through the conversation system based on dialogue trees.…

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