Review: Borderlands 3

After 7 years of waiting, the Borderlands series returns with a sequel to the second part. In Borderlands 3, we are introduced to a number of new vault hunters, new antagonists and an all-new story in which players will leave Pandora. Borderlands 3 players will have the option to depart...
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Review: Greedfall

The RPG Genre, ah, what a two-sided phenomenon we find ourselves in. In this genre you can screw it up or take it all in, but there's no middle ground. Or is it? Greedfall came out on September 10th and after a long playthrough this game left me in doubt....
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Review: Monster Hunter World Iceborne

About a year and a half ago, fans of the Monster Hunter series got what we've been waiting for. A full Monster Hunter game on current gen consoles and a little later on PC as well. Now we can rejoice once more to go hunting in Monster Hunter World Iceborne....
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Review: Blair Witch

Recently I wrote about my surprises at Gamescom and Blair Witch was definitely one of the highlights. Does the final game still scare me? In 1996, a boy disappears into the woods, two years after the film Blair Witch. It's not really your job to look for him and to...
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Review: Gears 5 Game

Everyone is familiar with the success of Gears Of War 1 through 3. Gears 4 unfortunately brought a lot of mixed reactions, how does this new title, Gears 5, fare? Read all about it in our review! Gears 5 is a game with many features, modes and progression. Now of...
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Review: Black Desert Online, on the PS4

Our original review for Black Desert Online talked about what a wonderful game we received from Pearl Abyss. Can the Playstation 4 version match the PC version? This time we won't go into detail about the features of the game, but purely on our impression of the PS4 variant! Black...
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Review: Platinum Games

Explicitly mentioning Platinum Games in the title of this review is a must. Why? Because Platinum Games has shown time and again that they can create highly original and profound games. From Bayonetta 1 and 2 to NieR: Automata to now their very latest gem: Astral Chain! You can tell...
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Review: Catherine Full Body

Catherine Full Body is an updated version of the 2011 original. However, anyone expecting a simple remaster is wrong. According to Atlus, the social and political climate in 2011 did not allow some topics to be discussed in the game. That's different now. That is why there is a new...
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Review: Oninaki, a beautiful JRPG

Tokyo RPG Factory releases a new action RPG under Sqaure Enix. Can this title compete with other Japanese role-playing games? Read it in our review about: Oninaki! Oninaki was released on August 22 on the Playstation 4, PC and Nintendo Switch. The concept art for the title sparked a lot...
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Review: Remnant Game

Remnant: From the Ashes is a Dark Souls-like RPG that lets you survive in a grim and chaotic world. This third-person survival-action game is set in a post-apocalyptic world with some unprecedented enemies. It's up to you to stop the chaos in the world alone or with your friends. Are...
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Review: Erica Game

We see interactive games more and more often. With games such as Detroit become Human, Man or Medan, we see the trend increasing successfully. But it is also surprising to see a live action interactive game pass by. With Black Mirror's Bandersnatch, Netflix released its first interactive film in which...
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Review: RAD Game

The 80s are all the rage. Rightly so. The era of neon colors and wild hair will always remain totally excellent. RAD is bursting with the 80s and references are everywhere. But is RAD really as rad as the title makes you believe? Developer Double Fine was founded by Tim...
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Review: CONTROL Game

Control is a game that wasn't big on my radar. After having played the game extensively, I am glad that the game was present as a small point on the radar. A true masterpiece by Remedy, known for Quantum Break, Alan Wake and Max Payne. It is extremely difficult to...
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Review: Gravity Duck

Gravity Duck is a brand new indie title that you can add to your indie library for just €4.99. The low price guarantees a short playthrough, but one that does not go without fast acting and a little brain-muscle training. In Gravity Duck, take on the role of a pixelated...
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Review: The classic DOOM trilogy

The old DOOM games from the past are back on Playstation 4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch. Bethesda released them into the wide world during QuakeCon as a surprise. We were allowed to play them (again) for a while to pass judgment. If you've already played the old titles, there's...
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