Review: Windbound

Go on an adventure and sail across the sea to discover different islands and their secrets to open the way to new secrets. In Windbound you do it all and it's not as mysterious as it seems. In Windbound you take on the role of Kara. You wake up on...
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Review: Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles Remastered

Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles Remastered is a remaster of a 17 year old classic Action RPG. Square Enix is polishing the game for a modern release on Playstation 4, Nintendo Switch, and even iOS and Android. Are the crystals successfully transported again? In Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles Remastered you take...
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Review: Total War Saga: Troy

Total War games are practically as old as their Real Time Strategy genre. Last year we got a pretty expanded version with Total War: Three Kingdoms . After such an extended version, Creative Assembly thought it was time to go back to the basics and make the game a little...
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Review: Zero Strain – It's a Catalyst

A brand new top-down shooter from Eastasiasoft is now available for Xbox One, Nintendo Switch and Playstation 4. The game has been available for some time via Steam on PC. What is it and what exactly does it do? We explain it to you. In Zero Strain you pilot a...
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PC Review: Horizon Zero Dawn

Horizon Zero Dawn created by Guerrilla has been out on PC for a few days, before it was only available on PlayStation 4. A game worth playing on PC or a bad choice for PC release ? Dive into our review of Aloy's story on PC where I give my...
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Review: Röki: Indie Game of the Year?

Indie games come in all varieties. Most are okay, some other part are bad but there are always some that are fantastic. So is Roki. It's been a while since I've lost myself like that in an indie game. This game is all about the experience, setting, music and the...
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Review: Fairy Tail

Anime fans know that games in this subgenre are often fighting games. The next title wants to move more towards turn-based combat, how does this work out? Fairy Tail is a fairly well-known anime. Anime fans, as with many shonen, have a love-hate relationship with this series. Some don't like...
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Review: Paper Mario: The Origami King

Paper Mario is back in a new adventure on Nintendo Switch. The dangers lurking this time are cut from a completely different piece of cloth than we are used to. Although that wood is first finely ground to make beautiful colored paper. How does this expand further? Read it in...
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Review: Ghost of Tsushima

Ghost of Tsushima, the very latest Playstation Exclusive from Sucker Punch, is playable for almost everyone. Sony has provided us with an early review so we can finally tell you all about this open world Samurai game today! There is high hopes for the game, will Sucker Punch deliver on...
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Review: Story of Seasons: Friends of Mineral Town

Farming games come in all shapes and sizes. You have Harvest Moon, Farming Simulator, Stardew Valley and League of Legends. But there is also Story of Seasons, the successor to the earlier Harvest Moon series. The new Story of Seasons: Friends of Mineral Town will be released this Friday. However,...
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Review: Marvel's Iron Man VR

Marvel fans can indulge themselves with Playstation. Previously, fans got to work with Peter Parker in Marvel's Spider-Man . Now there is also a Playstation VR game from our favorite action hero. It's not the least of that. We crawl into a Tony Stark-developed suit in Marvel's Iron Man VR...
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Review: F1 2020: Racing in the rain at Zandvoort

Last weekend the new season of Formula 1 started. Just like with football and FIFA, a new version of the popular racing game F1 is released every year. The new F1 2020 will be released on Friday with a few beautiful and fun innovations. Now that digital racing has taken...
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Review: Disintegration

Disintegration is a sci-fi fps with RTS elements that entails a good formula but ultimately falls short in practice. We were allowed to get started earlier, but now we have the full game. Disintegration was developed by V1 interactive. A small studio of about 30 people. The game was published...
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Review: The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel 3

Trails of Cold Steel is part of The Legend of Heroes. This series revolves around Rean Schwarzer and is therefore a direct sequel to the predecessor. How is this part doing on Nintendo Switch this time around? The game has been out for a while on the Playstation 4, but...
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Review: Rainbow Six Siege: Operation Steel Wave

A while ago we were allowed to play Operation Steel Wave, so we were very impressed by the originality that Rainbow Six Siege can still maintain after 5 years. Has anything changed after launch? Operation Steel Wave introduces two new operators, a rework of House, and some other game quality...
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