Review: Death Stranding, Kojima's Masterpiece

Death Stranding, Hideo Kojima's masterpiece. The first game from Kojima Productions, and what a game. At E3 2016, we were left ignorant of what kind of game Death Stranding would become. All we could see at the time: Faint shadows in the sky, a black beach full of dead animals,...
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Review: Stealth hardware

We are all familiar with the low budget gaming gear such as Big Ben and Speedlink. Soon we will be able to add a new producer: Stealth. We have received three products to test. This concerns a headset, headstand and a charger for the PlayStation 4. Not a high-tech review,...
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Review: MediEvil Game

MediEvil has risen from the dead! The fourth game in the series and already the third time that we get to play the original story, but this time in a beautiful appearance. Unlike Sir Daniel Fortesque's stature, MediEvil on the Playstation 4 is anything but skinny. In MediEvil you step...
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Review: Overwatch, on the Nintendo Switch

Overwatch is a well-known phenomenon , on PC and on console. However, there was one more variant for the game that was missing: the Nintendo Switch. This 'Legendary Edition' brings all the content that was already available directly to the Switch. Overwatch while pooping? Yeah, that seems like a great...
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Review: Destiny 2: Shadowkeep

Destiny 2 got off to a rough start, but has proven that they can handle the 'live service' earning system in their own unique way. The game is constantly building towards something bigger and now the long-awaited new update is finally here: Shadowkeep! With Shadowkeep, the heroes go to the...
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Re-review: Playstation Now – Better Now

Recently, Sony almost cut the price of its Playstation Now service in half. Where you previously paid € 99.99 for a year, you now pay the same as for Playstation Plus, namely € 59.99. This price already makes the service more than worth it for a number of obvious reasons,...
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Ghost Recon Breakpoint Or Ghost Recon

Ghost Recon Breakpoint, or Ghost Recon's Breaking Point? That's today's key question and we're going to dig around the game to make a judgment. Where Wildlands managed to bring in many players, but sometimes missed the essence of the Ghost principle. How does this look in the Ghost Recon that...
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Review: Star Wars Jedi Knight II: Jedi Outcast

Seventeen years ago we saw a new Star Wars game coming out for the Nintendo Gamecube called: Star Wars Jedi Knight II: Jedi Outcast. Seventeen years later, the makers thought to breathe new life into this game and port the game to the Nintendo Switch. The game has been out...
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Review: Dragon Quest XI S: Echoes of an Elusive Age

This surprised us JRPG previously been very much with her charm, graphics, gameplay, and dozens of hours of content. Now it's time for the game to come to a platform that many have been hoping for, the Nintendo Switch. Dragon Quest XI S: Echoes of an Elusive Age – Definitive...
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Review: Concrete Genius

After four and a half years in development, Concrete Genie finally appears. The game immediately impresses with the distinct art style and luminous visuals that you will encounter a lot in your journey as a young artist. Concrete Genie was developed by Pixelopus in collaboration with Sony. The game is...
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Review: Yooka-Laylee Game

Yooka and Laylee are back with a vengeance! The tribute duo to Banjoo and Kazooie find themselves this time in a world that is less 3D than the previous one, but manages to bring out the more originality of Playtonic. Not being faithful to, but more of a 'that's how...
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Review: FIFA 20 – Nice digital kicking a ball

FIFA, one of EA's longest-running game franchises, has returned with a new installment. FIFA 20 was released last Friday and we are now a week further playing the latest version. Finally we see the return of street football at a FIFA game. Under the name Volta, EA tries to fulfill...
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Review: Ni No Kuni remastered

Six years after its original release, Ni No Kuni returns in the form of a remaster. The game that was made in collaboration with studio Ghibli is still beautiful with its excellent world building and animation. But this time in slightly higher resolutions. The story, of course, has remained the...
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Review: Blasphemous

A game that stayed with us very much after our Gamescom visit was Blasphemous. The pixel art Metroidvania Dark Souls game is set in a dark Spanish Inquisition. Not entirely without swearing, I had a good time with this title during two 12-hour flights. My adventure to make Tokyo unsafe...
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Review: The Elder Scrolls Online: Scalebreaker

In our Elsweyr review it soon became clear that Zenimax and Bethesda are raising the bar for The Elder Scrolls Online . How does the new dungeon expansion for the game play out? The Elder Scrolls Online first introduced a new way to distribute content last year. This way was...
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