Review: Crash Bandicoot 4

It's about time! Crash Bandicoot 4 is here and this is the first real sequel in the series after 22 years! Crash Bandicoot 3 already appeared in 1998. After that we only saw spin-off games until the N. Sane Trilogy appeared. The N. Sane Trilogy breathed new life into Crash...
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Review: Genshin Impact

Genshin Impact is a free-to-play RPG with the gacha system. There are some red flags in there, but nothing is as it seems, because this game is too good to be true in many ways. Read it in our review! " Free to play? That MUST be either a cash...
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Review: Ride 4

We were already allowed to get started with Ride 4, the new part in the long-running series of motor racing sim games. With 175 engines and 30 tracks, there is plenty to do. Despite the trailer only just coming out, the release of Ride 4 is already around the corner....
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Review: Mafia Definitive Edition

We return almost 20 years later to the fictional city known as Lost Heaven. As an innocent taxi driver, fate meets us to dive into organized crime. And that's just the beginning. It's 1930 in Mafia Definitive Edition and Tommy Angelo is an honest taxi driver who neatly perfects his...
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Review: Hades – Roguelike? Godlike!

Hades recently emerged from Early Access and released as a full game on PC via the Epic Games Store and Steam and on Nintendo Switch via the Nintendo eShop. Escape from the underworld as the son of Hades. Are you okay? Hades is a brand new Roguelike from Supergiant Games,...
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Review: The Dungeon of Naheulbeuk: The Amulet of Chaos

Dungeons and Dragons is an old well-known tabletop game in which players experience an adventure together. D&D has always been a great source of inspiration for various RPG games and dungeon crawler games. In addition, D&D has become more popular than ever in recent years. Partly due to Corona, the...
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Review: 13 Sentinels Game

Vanillaware's 13 Sentinels: Aegis Rim is a brand new sci-fi adventure on the Playstation 4 that is very one of a kind. It merges a solid story with some of the best real-time strategy combat like I've never experienced it myself. 2020 may be a shitty year in general, but...
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Review: Crysis Remastered – Raytracing on Playstation 4

Crysis is back and this time on multiple devices. The game recently appeared on PC, Playstation 4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch. For this review, we look at the game on Playstation 4 Pro. Is this the new benchmark? It is important to keep the following in mind while reading...
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Review: Tamiku – 99 Red Balloons The Game

Tamiku is a new Ratalaika title coming this week on Playstation 4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch. The game comes with a very simple trophy list and that's all this little indie title needs. For a small price of €4.99 you own a brand new indie title called Tamiku. Your...
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Review: Spellbreak – Harry Potter Royale

Spellbreak is Proletariat 's unique take on the battle royale genre. Unlike the gun-oversaturated games, in Spellbreak you only use your hands, with a mismatched set of gloves, do you? Meanwhile, the Battle Royale genre has a number of major powerhouses including Fortnite, Warzone and Apex Legends. Recently, the world...
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Review: Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 1+2 Remake

Tony Hawk's Pro Skater has been a popular skate game for many years. After the 5th part, the series bled a bit to death. See you this year! How does Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 1+2 remake play? Read it in our review! It's 1999, I still shit my pants full,...
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Review: Marvel's Avengers

Square Enix and Crsytal Dynamics , known from the Tomb Raider trilogy, bring us Marvel's Avengers. The highly anticipated superhero game is available for the current generation with a free upgrade to Playstation 5 or Xbox Series X|S. It's A Day, Avengers Day! It is celebrated on the Chimera, the...
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Review: Captain Tsubasa

Captain Tsubasa is one of the oldest anime series I know. The franchise itself has been around for about 40 years. There are plenty of manga and anime series about this football show. Still, it turned out to be time to release another game for it. That turns out to...
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Review: Iron Harvest

Iron Harvest is a new RTS game set around World War I. But this First World War has taken on a twist. Mechs or giant mechanical weaponry have replaced the tanks. Together these form the world where you are tucked in by King Art the creators of the game. They...
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Review: Tell me Why

From the creators of Life is Strange, DONTNOD, there's now Tell me Why. An adventure game where you determine the reactions and actions of the characters. This narrative adventure game takes you on an intense adventure in search of the truth. Our review has been written with as few spoilers...
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