Review: KINGDOM HEARTS HD 1.5 + 2.5 Remix

Which many people have grown old with, but which one will never grow out of. Kingdom Hearts, a big name for the PlayStation and for many a nostalgia to lose yourself in. It gave me great pleasure to be able to play this game series again. I'll give you my opinion and verdict...
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Review: Ghost Giant

Ghost Giant is perhaps one of the most creative ways to shape depression in a VR video game. The excellent way of character design, storytelling and pace, makes for a short, but powerful experience that will stay with you for a long time.Zoink Games' Ghost Giant tells the story of a feline...
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Review: Days Gone

Days Gone is Sony's latest Playstation 4 exclusive, developed by Bend Studio. The story-driven open-world game from Bend Studio tries to build a brand new and unforgiving story. About a ruthless world where secrets are unraveled while the whole world is about to fall apart.Bend Studio has clearly copied many other titles...
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Review: World War Z

We know the movie with Brad Pitt, we know the books by Max Brooks and we also know the parody of Cartman from South Park as Brad Pitt. Yes, this is the review for World War Z; a positive surprise!Left 4 Dead 2 came out in 2009 and caused a decade-long dryness...
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Review: An industrial masterpiece in the year 1800

Last week a new RTS title was released. This time it was time for Anno 1800 to see the light of day. And we are very happy that this game has finally come out. This industrial masterpiece guarantees many hours of fun. Why do I hear you thinking? You will find the answer to that...
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Review: Chocobo's mystery dungeon every buddy

Just as colorful and lively as we are used to from the Final Fantasy series, Chocobo's Mystery Dungeon Every Buddy returns. A remake of the title that came out on Wii about ten years ago. The weird bird-like creature we know from the main games will go on an adventure of its...
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Review: Final Fantasy VII

In 1997 the seventh installment of the Final Fantasy series was released for the PlayStation. Although, it was actually the fourth part. Of course we now know why Square seems to count as my nephew with his "one, two, many…". After several releases, we now see FFVII on Nintendo Switch and Xbox One. Let's...
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Review: The Elder Scrolls Blades (Early Access)

At its core you could say that The Elder Scrolls Blades is a lite version within the popular franchise. However, Bethesda has had to give up some iconic elements to bring this franchise to the smartphone as well. The lack of these elements, combined with the position of mobile games on the...
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Review: Borderlands Game of the Year Edition

Borderlands first appeared in 2009. That was ten years ago. A lot has happened in ten years, but in Borderlands everything has stayed the same, and that's a good thing. This game really doesn't need a remaster at all.Thanks to its unique artstyle and gameplay mechanics that are still used today, Borderlands...
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Review: Sekiro Shadows Die Twice

What seems harmless at first only hurts you in the end. This is a philosophy I had to adopt with both hands in the beginning of Sekiro Shadows Die Twice. An adventure that begins with frustration from misunderstanding grows into an unforgettable experience that ends in hard-earned satisfaction.Sekiro is set at the...
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Review: Fate/Extella: Link

Fate, a word that has become a household name in the anime world. The franchise has many different stories, all with one essence: Winning the Holy Grail War! From the first part we now move on to the sequel, does the game improve compared to  The Umbral Star ?Fate/Extella: Link is not only...
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Review: One Piece: World Seeker

One Piece is one of the longest-running manga ever, if the franchise isn't number 1 by now. It's hard to make a game with an original story, did Bandai Namco succeed in making it a success? Read it in our review!One Piece has already seen several games, including  Burning Blood and the  Pirate Warriors  series. All those...
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Review: Become a dictator in Tropico 6

Tropico 6 is one of the many big RTS titles to be released this year. Today is the day. After a short delay we can finally play dictator of our own tropical area. Are you a peace-loving dictator or do you rule with an iron fist? In Tropico 6 you can be any dictator...
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Review: Assassin's Creed 3 Remastered

As part of the Assassin's Creed Odyssey Season Pass, Assassin's Creed 3 Remastered and Assassin's Creed Liberation Remastered will be playable starting March 29. The bundle is also offered separately. How do these classics compare to modern Assassin's games in 2019?Assassin's Creed 3 was a very beautiful and extensive game for its...
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Review: Windscape

Windscape has been an ambitious project by a German developer named Dennis Witte. His love for The Legend of Zelda, among others, led him to develop his own game with similar elements.Not only The Legend of Zelda , but also Secret of Mana and Golden Ax Warrior have been sources of inspiration for Windscape. Personally, I have never...
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