Review: Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2 Remastered

Call of Duty Modern Warfare. I don't think I need to explain to anyone on this face of the earth what this is. I also think most of you know that about 11 years ago a game called Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2 caused a lot of commotion. Not...
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Review: Bleeding Edge

A game where chaos is central. Bleeding Edge is a game for people who want to go wild in a game. Colours, music, crazy champions, robust maps and total chaos… In a world where you can improve yourself with mods. This is all possible in the futuristic world of Bleeding...
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Review: Doom Eternal

The sequel to the reboot of Doom is finally under the sun, and the First Person Shooter scene has never looked more brutal than it does now. No one can compete with Doom Eternal and each level proves it again. Okay, Doom. Here we go. Hurt Me Plenty. Doom Eternal...
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Review: Rainbow Six Siege – Operation Void Edge

Rainbow Six Siege's fifth year has officially kicked off and it's throwing a number of tactics back and forth that could change your playstyle forever. At least for the Oregon map. The renovation provides a typical modern Rainbow Six Siege map layout. Where Rainbow Six Siege once started as an...
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Review: My Hero One's Justice 2

It's been a year and a half since the last My Hero Academia game adaptation. Now it's time for the sequel. The first part was a great game, does the second improve a lot, or does the level stay the same? Read it in our review! My Hero Academia is...
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Review: TT Isle of Man – Ride on the Edge 2

The Isle of Man TT is an annual event that takes place on the Isle of Man in May – June since its inception in 1907. It is one of the most dangerous racing events in the world. Whoever starts the game will soon know why. Razor sharp turns, difficult...
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Review: Ori and the Will of the Wisps

There are some of those games that take you in the atmosphere from A to Z. Games like Journey are so immersive in atmosphere that you actually forget that you are gaming. We already knew from the first part of Ori that this is just such a game. Now that...
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Review: Pokémon Mystery Dungeon

Ready for the main Pokémon line? Finished with Sword and Shield? Still a Pokemon fan? Then a re-make of the well-known Mystery Dungeon has come on the market for you! Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Rescue Team DX is a mouthful. In the main line Pokémon games, of course, we mainly follow...
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Review: The Division 2: Warlords of New York

The Division 2 got a bit more mixed reactions than its predecessor, all the same we found this second part no less strong than the first. Now we go back to the well-known New York, which looks slightly different from the first part. The Division 2 is and remains a...
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Review: One Punch Man: A Hero Nobody Knows

We're back with a new anime game! This time it's up to One Punch Man to bring his shiny head back to my screen. Will the game survive between the few successful anime titles? Read it in our review. Anime games come and go, some, on the other hand, stay...
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Review: Nioh 2 – Freed from this mortal coil

Nioh 2, honestly mixed feelings went into my stomach when this game showed up in my mailbox. Still, I'm lucky to have once again ventured into Team Ninja's rock-solid action RPG. In this review, I'm going to tell you all about Nioh 2 and why you shouldn't miss it, regardless...
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Review: Overpass

Beautiful cars, lots of speed, spectacular action and spectacle everywhere! These are not terms that describe Overpass. You obviously want to cross the finish line as quickly as possible, but you can't achieve this with speed. To use the legendary (albeit Cruijffian) words of Juan Manuel Fangio: "To finish first,...
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Review: Dualshock 4 Back Button Attachment

In the life of the video game enthusiast, dozens of accessories appear that one has to find something to do. While some accessories provide an edge, others are just a nice gadget. What about the Dualshock 4 Back Button Attachment? The Back Button Attachment for the Dualshock 4 , the...
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Review: Dreams, a creative paradise

Media Molecule has been working on their dream project for a long, long time called: Dreams! What looked like a creative escape for the out of focus creatives turns out to be much more than that. Dreams are fantastic and we are going to explain to you why. Dreaming is...
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Review: Vanquish & Bayonetta exist 10 years

The Bayonetta & Vanquish 10th Anniversary Bundle is finally out. These two Platinum Games titles are now playable on the Playstation 4 and the Xbox One. But, are they still worth it? Both Vanquish as well as Bayonetta have been available on the market for about 10 years now. Where...
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