Review: Crash Team Racing: Nitro-Fueled

Re-makes, re-visits, ports, it's a big thing these days to give a new lease of life to older games. But, not every game gets old nicely, what about this Crash game?Crash Team Racing: Nitro-Fueled is a visit to the past for developers Naughty Dog, for Activision and for fans. The classic kart racer...
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Review: Effie

Effie is an indie title that takes the adventure genre back to the Playstation 1 and Playstation 2 era. The game feels old and familiar with modern gadgets in terms of technology and sharp visuals. The spirit of the game is an oldie, but not in a bad way.Galand, an old man...
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Review: Seeds of Resilience

Indie games are always secretly fun. Seeds of Resilience is a survival turn based strategy game from Subtle Games. The game is available on steam for €13.99 and is well worth that low amount. The game is split between missions and a survival mode. Do you have what it takes to set up a...
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Mini Review: Forza Horizon 4 Lego Speed ​​Champions

Where the first expansion for Forza Horizon 4 followed fairly quickly after the release of the game, the second would take half a year. Was it worth the wait?Basically it remains Forza Horizon 4, so don't expect any spectacular changes. Despite that, it really does feel like an expansion and not...
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Review: Warhammer Chaosbane

Warhammer Chaosbane is the newest game in the Warhammer Fantasy franchise and it is also the very first ARPG (Action Role Playing Game) in the franchise. How does this new title compare to Diablo 3 or Grim Dawn, among others? We take a look.A very niche franchise and a very niche genre...
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Review: Trover saves the Universe

Trover saves the Universe is the latest game developed by Justin Roiland and Squanch Games. Justin Roiland is no stranger to the media as he is the co-developer of Rick and Morty. Trust me, once you play the game you'll notice it soon enough.If standards and values do not apply anywhere, it is...
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Review: Tennis World Tour Roland Garros Edition

When Big Ben asked us to review the Roland Garros edition of the Tennis World Tour, I was thrilled. Last year the Tennis World Tour came out and wasn't such a success and I'm hopeful that this version will be a bit better. Shall we see if any progress has been made?Just...
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Review: The Elder Scrolls Online: Elsweyr

Today is the official launch of Elsweyr, the latest expansion for the well-known Elder Scrolls Online phenomenon. Both Morrowind and Summerset offered one of the best MMORPG experiences ever, can this new expansion match it?It's no secret that the MMORPG genre, one I've been in love with since childhood, is somewhere...
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Review: Blood and Truth

Blood and Truth is Sony's latest Playstation VR exclusive. The game is developed by London Studios, also known for the London Heist minigame on Playstation VR Worlds. Is this full version of the London Heist worth it? Let's find out!Over the top action movies are one thing Hollywood loves. Crazy shooting scenes, two-sided chases...
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Review: Assassin's Creed 3 Remastered – Nintendo Switch

Earlier we did a review about the Playstation version of Assassin's Creed 3 Remastered . But, the game would also get a separate Nintendo Switch variant and it has arrived! How does the handheld console hold up against its big nephews and nieces?The Assassin's Creed franchise has two pillars consisting of a free open...
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Review: Team Sonic Racing

Sonic kart games have never been bad but usually haven't turned heads either. With Sonic & All-Stars Racing (Transformed), SEGA showed that they can still provide a solid competitor for the Mario Kart games. Does this also apply to Team Sonic Racing?Team Sonic Racing is completely different from Sonic & All-Stars Racing....
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Review: Total War: Three Kingdoms

Total War: Three Kingdoms has finally been released. With this new addition to the Total War series, we return to ancient China. During the Han dynasty transitioning to the Jin dynasty. Of the previously released strategy games ( Anno 1800 and Tropico 6 ), we can say that Total War: Three Kingdoms is the most comprehensive strategy...
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Mini reviews: Danger Zone and Dangerous Driving

The last Burnout game, Burnout Paradise, dates back to 2008. It had a slightly different formula than the previous parts. Many gamers are looking for that classic Burnout 3 experience. Is Three Fields Entertainment coming to meet us?Three Fields Entertainment was founded in 2014 by ex-Criterion employees, the studio that made the...
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Review: Rage 2

After Gamescom, a Preview in January and a lot of waiting, Rage 2 is finally out and I can review it. Read what I think below. Does the game manage to overshadow the first part, or is the opposite the truth?Rage 2 is set in 2165. This is thirty years after the events of...
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Review: Everybody's Golf VR

Everybody's Golf is a franchise that has been around for a number of years and if there is one game that guarantees trying new things, it is Everybody's Golf. Although the game does not offer much new in the Playstation VR version, VR is completely new within the franchise. Let's see what...
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