Review: Tales of Vesperia

It's 2008, the Xbox 360 is a world-loved console. For the first time, Tales of Vesperia manages to make its way into this old box. Now, in 2019, Bandai Namco wants to re-master the game for just about all consoles available! How do we find the game? Read it in our review.When you start...
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Review: Monopoly Fortnite

Monopoly is one of the most popular board games in the world. Fortnite is a, if not the most popular game on the Playstation 4, Xbox One, Switch, PC or mobile. So a match made in heaven? Let's take a look at a brand new game: Monopoly Fortnite.Something completely different today! Instead of...
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Review: Borderlands 2 VR

Borderlands 2 is a game that has come along quite well for its time. The looting-based shooter that may have laid some of the foundations for Destiny has reappeared. This time for Playstation's VR headset.Triple A video games in a VR jacket is not a new concept. We've already seen it in a...
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Review: Super Treasure Arena

Super Treasure Arena for Nintendo Switch is a simple yet extremely fun multiplayer game. With simple retro graphics, a catchy soundtrack and simple game modes, you'll be able to pick a class right away and use the many different weapons to fight your way to the treasure chest.GameplayThe goal of the...
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Review: Playstation Classic

The Playstation Classic is Sony's answer to Nintendo's NES and SNES mini consoles. After all, it does the same thing, only for Playstation games. The Playstation Classic contains 20 pre-installed games.Sony supplies the Playstation Classic with an HDMI cable, USB power cable and two controllers. There is no adapter included. If you...
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Review: Just Cause 4

Just Cause 4 is an open world game where you can cause a lot of controversy as Rico Rodriguez. That is what the series is known for, and this time too there is a lot of fun to be had. However, Just Cause 4 does not have much new to add to...
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Review: Mutant Year Zero

Turn-based strategy games, which can be seen as scarce in these seasons. Mutant Year Zero: Road to Eden brings this back in all its glory and uniqueness. Read all about it in our review!Mutant Year Zero is one of those games that you expect in advance to be doomed to failure. But this title...
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Review: Super Smash Bros. Ultimate

Super Smash Bros. is the ultimate franchise in which almost all of Nintendo's worlds come together. The characters in Smash compete against each other in creative battles with different weapons and fields based on Nintendo and other gaming franchises. Super Smash Bros. Ultimate takes all this one step further.The fifth installment in this series...
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Review: Ride 3

One thing is clear, Ride 3 aspires to be the Forza of two-wheeler racing games. That doesn't have to be a bad goal, if done right. Did the developer, Milestone, succeed?Milestone has a long history of on- and off-road racing games, both for cars and motorcycles. Our older readers will probably remember...
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Review: My Hero One's Justice

This year is a great year for fighting games, with everything from FighterZ to Super Smash and so on. My Hero One's Justice will also offer enough for the fans and brings a unique perspective on controls, read all about it in our review! It's no secret that  My Hero...
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Review: Fallout 76

Almost heaven West Virginia, with these words from John Denver we got the first introduction of Fallout 76. Many gamers got goosebumps at the announcement of Fallout 76, including ourselves. The BETA, although slated by many, the desire to see more of Appalachia was strong. And after the release last week, we...
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Review: Battlefield V

Battlefield is one of the most played multiplayer shooters. Battlefield V manages to keep the franchise fresh with new implementations and more of the same that Battlefield is known for. World War II, does that still make us warm?It seems to be the trend of 2018. More strategy, less run 'n gun. Both...
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Review: Pokemon Let's Go Eevee & Pikachu

A re-visit to Pokemon Yellow, something we never thought we'd need until the game finally came out! Does Pokemon Let's Go bring enough to attract not only new audiences, but also the veteran? Read it in our review!Let's Go isn't just a re-make, it's a visit to nostalgic diamond. Pokemon Yellow is...
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Review: Spyro

Spyro: The Dragon first appeared over 20 years ago for the original Playstation. Now, 20 years later, we see the same Spyro games again in a remastered version on the Playstation 4 and Xbox One. The Reignited Trilogy features the first three original games from the franchise.Originally, Spyro: The Dragon, Spyro: Ripto's...
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Review: Hitman 2

Hitman 2 is already the seventh game in the series. In doing so, it joins the trend to make subsequent numbering as confusing as possible. That said, Hitman 2 is a great sequel to the 2016 game.Unlike many other franchises that emerged around the turn of the century, every Hitman game manages...
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