Review: Pokémon Shining Pearl

Pokémon Brilliant Diamond and Pokémon Shining Pearl are remakes of the Gen IV Nintendo DS titles Pearl and Diamond. This version later got an update in the form of Pokémon Platinum. 15 years later, the games are back on the Nintendo Switch. Pokémon Brilliant Diamond and Pokémon Shining Pearl, aka...
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Review: Battlefield 2042 – Back to Class

Battlefield 2042 is here. It is the first Battlefield without the classic class system and the first game in the 128-player series on PC and Next-Gen. With a view to renewal and innovation, Battlefield forgets its own DNA in 2042. With 128 players on PC, PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series...
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Review: Forza Horizon 5

Forza Horizon 4 is arguably my favorite racing title. it has its flaws, but the gameplay and overall atmosphere is really fantastic. Can Forza Horizon 5 improve on the flaws its predecessor had? Check it out in our review! The Horizon Festival travels to Mexico in Forza Horizon 5. We...
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Review: Grand Theft Auto Trilogy – Definitive Edition

There is nothing definitive about this Definitive Edition. Rockstar bundles the Grand Theft Auto titles from the PlayStation 2 era in a remastered bundle for today's mainstream devices. The result is a big hit and miss version with a lot of problems. Grand Theft Auto 3, Grand Theft Auto: Vice...
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Review: Call of Duty: Vanguard

Call of Duty number 18 is called Vanguard and is set in World War II. This time in the hands of Sledgehammer Games, the same studio as the previous Call of Duty game with a World War II theme: WWII. Unlike last year's Black Ops Cold War, Vanguard does use...
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Review: Blue Reflection Second Light

Blue Reflection, Second Light is a sequel to Blue Reflection, originally released on PS4 and PS Vita. The game is an action RPG with a big focus on slice of life. The game is made by Gust and published by Koei Tecmo and costs 59.99 for the standard edition. The...
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Review: Riders Republic

Ubisoft tries to combine elements from The Crew and Steep into an all-round extreme sports game. Will they be able to turn this into a strong experience? Check it out in our review! The problem with extreme sports titles is that they just barely exist these days. Many developers who...
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Review: Age of Empires IV

It took sixteen years before we finally got a successor to Age of Empires III. Finally we got to work with Age of Empires IV from Xbox Game Studios. This game was announced four years ago and we've been eagerly awaiting its release ever since. Can this new game in...
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Review: Guardians of the Galaxy, a huge surprise

It's time for a new Marvel game! This time it's Peter Quill and his team's turn to bring a single player experience to your screen. How high does this game raise the bar against Marvel's Avengers , which flopped before, or other rock-solid Marvel games like Spider-Man? Guardians of the...
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Review: Project Zero: Maiden of Black Water

Happy Halloween! To celebrate the occasion, we have a horror game especially for you today! And that on a Sunday. Project Zero: Maiden of Black Water may already sound a bit familiar to you, because it is not a new game. You may already know the game as Fatal Frame,...
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Review: Back 4 Blood

Back 4 Blood should be the new multiplayer zombie shooter that should keep you and your friends sweet throughout the Halloween month. But, is this game actually interesting enough to throw your other horror games aside? Back 4 Blood is a game with a strong downside. One minute I'm in...
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Review: Xuan Yuan Sword 7

Today no Japanese RPG in the form of Dragon Quest or Final Fantasy and certainly no Western RPG in the form of The Witcher, Fallout or Skyrim. We take a look at a Chinese RPG, the first of this franchise to appear in the West: Xuan Yuan Sword 7. Xuan...
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Review: Far Cry 6

After Joseph Seed, it's now up to Anton Castillo to hunt you down while you try to start a revolution. Is Far Cry 6 an improvement on previous installments? Check it out in our review! Far Cry 6 adds some new elements and takes some things back from older games....
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Review: Hot Wheels Unleashed – Fat hard!

Hot Wheels! Do we remember them? Those little toy cars that you can buy separately, but also as sets with fully customizable bright orange race tracks? Yes, those Hot Wheels. From now on you can get to work with the race cars again, but virtually. Hot Wheels Unleashed is a...
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Review: Kena: Bridge of Spirits

Kena: Bridge of Spirits is a fine piece of work from Ember Lamb. This indie game raises the standard in a number of aspects, why? Read it in our review! Kena: Bridge of Spirits was developed by Ember Lab, a former design studio. A team of 15 people has worked...
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