Review: Patapon 2 Remastered

After we thought it wouldn't happen again, Sony and Japan Studio surprised the fans with a remaster of Patapon 2 on the Playstation 4. The first part has been available as a remaster via the Playstation Store for a while now. Does the Patapon glory live on, or is it...
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Review: Warcraft III Reforged

We had a long wait, but the remake of the classic and one of the best RTS games is here. Warcraft III Reforged was released on January 29. With this game, Blizzard is following the trend of reviving old classics through a remake. A number of those remakes are well...
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Review: Untitled Goose Game

After a surprisingly successful launch on PC and Nintendo Switch, the Waddling Goose hit Playstation 4 and Xbox One just before Christmas. Of course we have not been left behind in the goose hunt and have taken a close look at the PS4 version. In Untitled Goose Game you take...
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Review: Football Manager 2020

Everyone who watches football sometimes thinks: If I was a coach, I would have done it this way or that. Well you get that chance with Football Manager 2020. It doesn't pay as well as in real life, but it can still be nice to be in control for once....
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Review: Blacksad: Under the Skin

Microids, Pendulo Studios and YS Interactive released Blacksad: Under the Skin on November 5. As a Sinterklaas gift, we were still allowed to review it. The game is based on the Blacksad comic books by Juan Diaz Canales and Juanjo Guarnido. The game is a completely new story. The story...
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Review: Shenmue 3

It took 18 years, but fans of the cult hit finally got to work on the third installment in the Shenmue series . After a more than successful Kickstarter campaign, the fuss about the promised Steam keys, the time has finally come. Then the question is: Was it worth the...
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Review: Google Stadia

Stadia recently appeared for all Founders and with that, Google is entering the video game industry with a platform where players can only stream games à la Netflix and Spotify for movies and music. However, it works slightly differently than mentioned all-in subscription services. With Stadia, Google makes having a...
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Review: Pokemon Sword & Shield

Pokemon has seen some interesting trendings on Twitter and YouTube over the past few months. It took a while, but we are going to review the most controversial Switch games of this year; Pokemon Sword & Shield. Sword & Shield are the first main-line Pokemon games released for the Nintendo...
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Review: Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order

As a little boy I grew up with the Star Wars movies. As I got older, the Star Wars games came to the various consoles I owned as a child and teenager. Legendary games like the original Star Wars Battlefront 2 (not the bad version from past years), Star Wars...
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The Nintendo Switch Always Excels For

The Nintendo Switch always excels for me in the party games. Mario Party and Mario Kart are two of the most fun games to play with friends or family. Mario & Sonic is also at the Olympic Games: Tokyo 2020. In the run-up to next year's Olympic Games, Nintendo will...
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PC review: Red Dead Redemption 2

Hop, hop, hop, gallop your horse. The wind in your hair, beautiful views, great speeds. Until your game crashes. Wait a while, get the feeling back, in the gallop. Until your game crashes again. Wait a bit, back into the gallop… until your game freezes again… Story Where some may...
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Review: Need for Speed ​​Heat

Need for Speed Payback was not so well received by most fans. The game promised new life in a mediocre era for Need for Speed. Unfortunately that didn't work. But, will Heat be able to boost the franchise? Need for Speed Heat leaves a lot to be desired in terms...
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Review: Planet Zoo

Frontier Developments already owes its fame to the successful game Planet Coaster. In Planet Coaster you can build your own amusement park. It is not surprising that a zoo version would also be released after a while. Planet Zoo is the latest game from Frontier Developments. Here you can create...
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Review: Call of Duty: Modern Warfare

Finally we got an old trusted Call of Duty again. With Call of Duty: Modern Warfare, Activision is going back to its roots. Simple military combat without all those weird futuristic frills. Something that has been called for by the game's loyal fan base for years. The game is now...
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Review: The Outer Worlds Game

Obsidian Entertainment, known for Fallout: New Vegas, among others, is back with a brand new IP. The Outer Worlds is a playing field for the RPG enthusiast where you are completely in control. Capitalism at its best in space. Are you for or are you against? I don't want to...
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