Review: Xuan Yuan Sword 7

Today no Japanese RPG in the form of Dragon Quest or Final Fantasy and certainly no Western RPG in the form of The Witcher, Fallout or Skyrim. We take a look at a Chinese RPG, the first of this franchise to appear in the West: Xuan Yuan Sword 7. Xuan...
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Review: Far Cry 6

After Joseph Seed, it's now up to Anton Castillo to hunt you down while you try to start a revolution. Is Far Cry 6 an improvement on previous installments? Check it out in our review! Far Cry 6 adds some new elements and takes some things back from older games....
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Review: Hot Wheels Unleashed – Fat hard!

Hot Wheels! Do we remember them? Those little toy cars that you can buy separately, but also as sets with fully customizable bright orange race tracks? Yes, those Hot Wheels. From now on you can get to work with the race cars again, but virtually. Hot Wheels Unleashed is a...
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Review: Kena: Bridge of Spirits

Kena: Bridge of Spirits is a fine piece of work from Ember Lamb. This indie game raises the standard in a number of aspects, why? Read it in our review! Kena: Bridge of Spirits was developed by Ember Lab, a former design studio. A team of 15 people has worked...
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Review: Samurai Warriors 5

Developer Omega Force is once again releasing a new iteration of the Musou genre. Samurai Warriors 5 is like a reboot of the other titles in the franchise, where we go back in time. But, how's the game? Read it in our review! Samurai Warriors 5 falls into the Musou...
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Review: Death's Door

Death's Door is a brand new indie title from Acid Nerve , also known as the studio behind Titan Souls and perhaps even better known for their new title: Death's Door. In Death's Door you take on the role of a small crow with a glowing sword on its back....
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Review: Humankind: New Competitor for Civilization?

Civilization is one of the most famous turn based strategy games. For years, this game has been one of the most popular game in terms of civilization development. Recently, a new player has entered the market. Humankind is a similar game to Civilization. Compared to Civilization we see enough differences...
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Review: Ghost of Tsushima: Director's Cut

The Ghost is back in the Ghost of Tsushima Director's Cut for Playstation 4 and Playstation 5. With upgrade options available if you already own the game, the new island adds some exciting hours to an already awesome story. Jin Sakai's adventure continues on Iki Island, not far from the...
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Review: Quake – Shaken up for old-fashioned chaos

Quake is back for good old fashioned fun. Are you over 30 and want to relive the glory days of multiplayer FPS? Or are you as a teenager / twenties curious where Halo, Killzone, Call of Duty and all shooters after id get their inspiration from? quake. It's all Quake....
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Review: Kitaria Fables – The Litter Box RPG

Kitaria Fables is a brand new cute RPG in which you take the lead role as a four-legged friend. On your way through the world you cross different types of animals, cities, areas, enemies and much more. Kitaria Fables is an RPG where you can play your own cat. You...
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Review: Deathloop

Break the infinite cycle on Blackreef in Deathloop. Take on the role of Colt to break the cycle in a story mode, or play as Juliana to protect the loop and break into other players to restart Colt's cycle early. Deathloop is a brand new first-person action shooter from Arkane...
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Review: Death Stranding Director's Cut

Like Ghost of Tsushima, Death Stranding is back as a Playstation 5 title in a Director's Cut. Playstation 4 players are allowed to transfer their save file to continue playing, but the Director's Cut adjusts the game from front to back for a ride with fewer bumps. While Ghost of...
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Review: Death Stranding Director's Cut

Like Ghost of Tsushima, Death Stranding is back as a Playstation 5 title in a Director's Cut. Playstation 4 players are allowed to transfer their save file to continue playing, but the Director's Cut adjusts the game from front to back for a ride with fewer bumps. While Ghost of...
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Review: Deathloop

Break the infinite cycle on Blackreef in Deathloop. Take on the role of Colt to break the cycle in a story mode, or play as Juliana to protect the loop and break into other players to restart Colt's cycle early. Deathloop is a brand new first-person action shooter from Arkane...
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Review: The Sims 4: Country Living

The Sims 4 has released another great expansion, Country Living! In addition to urban living where your Sims can live in apartments in hip neighborhoods, you can now live in the Henford-on-Bagley area. A picturesque neighborhood with lots of nature and a beautiful center where your Sims can enjoy a...
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Review: Death's Door

Death's Door is a brand new indie title from Acid Nerve , also known as the studio behind Titan Souls and perhaps even better known for their new title: Death's Door. In Death's Door you take on the role of a small crow with a glowing sword on its back....
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Review: Ghost of Tsushima: Director's Cut

The Ghost is back in the Ghost of Tsushima Director's Cut for Playstation 4 and Playstation 5. With upgrade options available if you already own the game, the new island adds some exciting hours to an already awesome story. Jin Sakai's adventure continues on Iki Island, not far from the...
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Review: Humankind: New Competitor for Civilization?

Civilization is one of the most famous turn based strategy games. For years, this game has been one of the most popular game in terms of civilization development. Recently, a new player has entered the market. Humankind is a similar game to Civilization. Compared to Civilization we see enough differences...
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Review: Quake – Shaken up for old-fashioned chaos

Quake is back for good old fashioned fun. Are you over 30 and want to relive the glory days of multiplayer FPS? Or are you as a teenager / twenties curious where Halo, Killzone, Call of Duty and all shooters after id get their inspiration from? quake. It's all Quake....
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Review: Tales of Arise

Tales of Arise is Bandai Namco's newest JRPG and newest addition to the 'Tales of' franchise. In this brand new JRPG we see how the popular series has evolved to become the best entry yet in the legendary series. From start to finish. From intro animation to finisher move. And...
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Review: The Sims 4: Country Living

The Sims 4 has released another great expansion, Country Living! In addition to urban living where your Sims can live in apartments in hip neighborhoods, you can now live in the Henford-on-Bagley area. A picturesque neighborhood with lots of nature and a beautiful center where your Sims can enjoy a...
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Review: The Great Ace Attorney Chronicles

hold it! The evidence states that Ace Attorney is back after a few years with a completely different cast of characters. Objection! But that is impossible! Phoenix Wright is the well-known protagonist of the long-running franchise. Take That! I conclude that the success of the series does not depend on...
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Review: Samurai Warriors 5

Developer Omega Force is once again releasing a new iteration of the Musou genre. Samurai Warriors 5 is like a reboot of the other titles in the franchise, where we go back in time. But, how's the game? Read it in our review! Samurai Warriors 5 falls into the Musou...
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Review: Escape Room The Game 2

A long time ago, in a time when everything was still open and free, we could travel here and there to various Escape Rooms to lock ourselves up. To then escape the rooms in which we were locked on the basis of puzzles and riddles. Since 2013 we were able...
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Review: Death's Door

Death's Door is a brand new indie title from Acid Nerve , also known as the studio behind Titan Souls and perhaps even better known for their new title: Death's Door. In Death's Door you take on the role of a small crow with a glowing sword on its back....
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Review: Builder's Journey, from the apple to the computer

Sometimes old console games come to mobile. It is then an ode to the advancement of mobile technology that is being made today. But sometimes a mobile game also comes to console and PC. Builder's Journey is such a game, can this game bridge the jump? The basics The first...
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Review: Quake – Shaken up for old-fashioned chaos

Quake is back for good old fashioned fun. Are you over 30 and want to relive the glory days of multiplayer FPS? Or are you as a teenager / twenties curious where Halo, Killzone, Call of Duty and all shooters after id get their inspiration from? quake. It's all Quake....
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Review: Humankind: New Competitor for Civilization?

Civilization is one of the most famous turn based strategy games. For years, this game has been one of the most popular game in terms of civilization development. Recently, a new player has entered the market. Humankind is a similar game to Civilization. Compared to Civilization we see enough differences...
Read More...

Review: Ghost of Tsushima: Director's Cut

The Ghost is back in the Ghost of Tsushima Director's Cut for Playstation 4 and Playstation 5. With upgrade options available if you already own the game, the new island adds some exciting hours to an already awesome story. Jin Sakai's adventure continues on Iki Island, not far from the...
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WRC 10: Full throttle through the snow on PlayStation 5

The WRC series was once a neglected child in the world of rally racing. But in recent years, the developer has clearly found its way up. Last year the game was already good and with WRC 10, which I played on the PlayStation 5, they are building on the strong foundation. WRC...
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Call of Duty Vanguard: Everything you need to know about multiplayer

The single player mode of Call of Duty Vanguard has already been revealed. And last night was the multiplayer reveal. That way we know what the game will bring. And that's really a lot. It is high time for a comprehensive overview. These are the main points you need to know. Call of Duty Vanguard:...
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Review: Kitaria Fables – The Litter Box RPG

Kitaria Fables is a brand new cute RPG in which you take the lead role as a four-legged friend. On your way through the world you cross different types of animals, cities, areas, enemies and much more. Kitaria Fables is an RPG where you can play your own cat. You...
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Review: Quake Shaken up for old-fashioned chaos

Quake is back for good old fashioned fun. Are you over 30 and want to relive the glory days of multiplayer FPS? Or are you as a teenager / twenties curious where Halo, Killzone, Call of Duty and all shooters after id get their inspiration from? quake. It's all Quake....
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Review: Humankind: New Competitor for Civilization?

Civilization is one of the most famous turn based strategy games. For years, this game has been one of the most popular game in terms of civilization development. Recently, a new player has entered the market. Humankind is a similar game to Civilization. Compared to Civilization we see enough differences...
Read More...

Review: Builder's Journey, from the apple to the computer

Sometimes old console games come to mobile. It is then an ode to the advancement of mobile technology that is being made today. But sometimes a mobile game also comes to console and PC. Builder's Journey is such a game, can this game bridge the jump? The basics The first...
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Review: Death's Door

Death's Door is a brand new indie title from Acid Nerve , also known as the studio behind Titan Souls and perhaps even better known for their new title: Death's Door. In Death's Door you take on the role of a small crow with a glowing sword on its back....
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Review: Samurai Warriors 5

Developer Omega Force is once again releasing a new iteration of the Musou genre. Samurai Warriors 5 is like a reboot of the other titles in the franchise, where we go back in time. But, how's the game? Read it in our review! Samurai Warriors 5 falls into the Musou...
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Review: Escape Room The Game 2

A long time ago, in a time when everything was still open and free, we could travel here and there to various Escape Rooms to lock ourselves up. To then escape the rooms in which we were locked on the basis of puzzles and riddles. Since 2013 we were able...
Read More...

Review: The Sims 4: Country Living

The Sims 4 has released another great expansion, Country Living! In addition to urban living where your Sims can live in apartments in hip neighborhoods, you can now live in the Henford-on-Bagley area. A picturesque neighborhood with lots of nature and a beautiful center where your Sims can enjoy a...
Read More...

Review: The Great Ace Attorney Chronicles

hold it! The evidence states that Ace Attorney is back after a few years with a completely different cast of characters. Objection! But that is not possible! Phoenix Wright is the well-known protagonist of the long-running franchise. Take That! I conclude that the success of the series does not depend...
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Review: Scarlet Nexus: Entry Level JRPG

Scarlet Nexus is the brand new Japanese RPG from Bandai Namco. A nice action game with fast and flashy gameplay with many good ideas and elaborations but with room for improvements. Take on the role of Yuito or Kasane in Scarlet Nexus and move through a futuristic Japan as Scarlet...
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Review: Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart

Ratchet & Clank are back with a new adventure, on a new console and especially in new dimensions! Rift Apart is a direct sequel to Ratchet & Clank: Into the Nexus from 2013. But, is the game a worthy sequel? Read it in our review! Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart...
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Review: Planet Zoo: Africa Pack

Animal park games, most people grew up with them. The great thing is that these games have also grown with us. We all know Zoo Tycoon, you have some nice animals, throw them in a pen and design an animal-friendly environment. People come into your park, you make money and...
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Review: Ninja Gaiden Master Collection

We all know Ninja Gaiden as the spiritual predecessor to Nioh and Nioh 2. We loved those games and Ninja Gaiden used to be too! But, is the remaster for the first 3 parts worth the submission price? As a child I already liked Ninja Gaiden, although it was very...
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Review: Monster Hunter Stories 2

Monster Hunter Stories 2 is a brand new Monster Hunter title available for both Nintendo Switch and PC. Although there are some connections to the first part that appeared on the 3DS and smartphone, you don't need to have played the first part to enjoy Stories 2 to the fullest....
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Review: Minibird Wireless Controller for Nintendo Switch

Minibird recently released four new controllers for the Nintendo Switch. The Pop Top wireless controllers are almost identical to the Pro Controller, for a few bucks less. Anyone in the market for a colorful controller for his or her Nintendo Switch may be charmed by the new Minibird Pop Top...
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Review: Mass Effect: Legendary Edition

Mass Effect: Legendary Edition is a re-release of the original trilogy, fully polished for the Playstation 4 and Xbox One generations. Although the title does not have a native next-gen version, you do reap some benefits, such as more FPS on Playstation 5 and Xbox Series X. How does the...
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Review: Just Die Already – Out With A Bang!

Just Die Already is a "simulator" game in the same vein as Goat Simulator. So it's actually not a simulator at all, but actually a sandbox that you can play in for a few hours. Are games like Just Die Already and Goat Simulator still relevant today? Just Die Already...
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Review: F1 2021: Racing with a story in the way

The current Formula 1 season is going well for Max Verstappen. Max is at the top of the rankings and seems to be on his way to win the world championship. Thirteen races to go and the dream of every Dutch racing fan will come true: Max Verstappen is the...
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Review: Dungeons and Dragons: Dark Alliance

Dungeons and Dragons is still one of the most popular table top games to play. Dungeons and Dragons has become even more popular than ever in recent years, including the Corona virus. In addition to Dungeons and Dragons, Wizards of the Coast also owns the hugely popular card game Magic:...
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Review: Resident Evil Village

Resident Evil Village, or Resident Evil 8 is now available and last weekend we turned the game completely gray for a while. What about the sequel in Ethan Winters ' story? Find out exactly where YMCA comes from with your new favorite Village People. Resident Evil Village is a direct...
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Review: New Pokémon Snap

Everyone is familiar with catching Pokémon by now. We usually catch these cheerful creatures with the beautiful red and white balls. In New Pokémon Snap, however, we catch the Pokémon in a completely different way. This time, armed with a luxury camera, we are sent out to capture the Pokémon...
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Review: Immortals: Fenyx Rising

After our reviews of Fenyx Rising , A New God and Myths of the Eastern Realm it's time for the third and final DLC for Immortals: Fenyx Rising, called; The Lost Gods. Immortals was an adventure in itself. Every DLC so far added something new, but always guaranteed the Immortals...
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Review: Nier Replicant

After Nier: Automata, I was actually curious about what made the original Nier from 2010 so special. I had never played the original, let alone that a remake of the game came out under the name Nier Replicant Ver. 1.22474487139. Is the remake worthy of today's standards? Read it in our...
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Review: Returnal

What would it be like to play a bullet-hell roguelike in third-person, with heavy Metroid Prime vibes, but also a bit of Dark Souls? That's what Housemarque wondered when she made Returnal for the Playstation 5. Returnal is a brand new Playstation 5 exclusive from the makers of Resogun, Matterfall...
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Review: Poison Control

Nippon Ichi Software, known for the Disgaea titles, now comes with a slightly smaller project: Poison Control. The trailer for this title intrigued me to give the game a shot, is the game interesting enough to recommend? Let's find out! You play Poison Control as someone who wakes up in...
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Review: Outriders – Tiers of War

Outriders is the latest Third-Person Shooter from People Can Fly . We know them from Bulletstorm, Gears of War Judgment and Painkiller. Their brand new IP, Outriders was released for Square Enix. But what exactly is Outriders? People Can Fly has a long history with the Gears of War franchise...
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Review: Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 1+2 Next Gen

Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 1+2 is now also available for the Playstation 5 and Xbox Series X|S. There are upgrade paths for players who already own the game on Playstation 4 and Xbox One. What advantages does Next Gen offer, in this case specifically, the Playstation 5? We heel-flip this...
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Review: Balan Wonderworld

Balan Wonderworld is a lot, but it's mainly a game that has all the craziness aside and tries to embrace these weird elements. But, is it a successful adventure for the players? Read it in our review! Balan Wonderworld is essentially a platformer, with a mascot, of course. This mascot...
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Review: Monster Hunter Rise

Monster Hunter Rise is now available exclusively for Nintendo Switch. It is the first Monster Hunter game designed from scratch for the Switch. This makes Rise perhaps one of the best Monster Hunter titles today. There are real wizards at Capcom. Monster Hunter Rise looks really good on the Nintendo...
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Review: Immortals Fenyx Rising

Ubisoft is trying to introduce some new elements with Immortals Fenyx Rising. One of these elements is an expansion that tells a completely new story. This is what Myths of the Eastern Realm is, but is this expansion worth it? Immortals was a cool journey for us, where Ubisoft showed...
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Review: Harvest Moon

The first Harvest Moon I ever got to play dates back to 1998. On my Game Boy I came across my first farm game to which I became addicted. I can still remember the addiction for some time and then had the game in my Game Boy for weeks. Now...
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Review: Apex Legends on Nintendo Switch

The Nintendo Switch is an amazingly powerful device. Over the years we saw dozens of impressive Switch versions. Unfortunately, Apex Legends isn't such an impressive port. Apex Legends is now playable on Nintendo Switch. As you might have guessed, the hybrid handheld version has to compromise on many levels. For...
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Review: Bravely Default 2

Bravely Default 2 is the third installment in the Bravely franchise, but features a completely standalone story. This makes this JRPG suitable for both returning and brand new players on Nintendo Switch. The first Bravely Default game appeared on the Nintendo 3DS to much acclaim. It didn't take long for...
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Review: Persona 5 Strikers

The Phantom Thieves are back in Persona 5 Strikers to steal the hearts of everyone outside of Japan. With a stylish combination of Persona and Musou gameplay, Strikers provides a refreshing glimpse into an otherwise monotonous genre. But has Strikers innovated enough for the game to excel? Two of our...
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Review: Pumpkin Jack

Pumpkin Jack appeared on Nintendo Switch, Xbox One and Steam last year around Halloween. The game now also appears on Playstation 4. It's high time to welcome Jack as an undead platformer. Pumpkin Jack is the "Hey mom, can I have MediEvil? No we have MediEvil at home. The MediEvil...
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Review: Nioh Remastered

Earlier last week, our review for Nioh 2 came online. This review came earlier because the multiplayer aspect with our editors was a nice experience to test. However, I have also been busy with the first part of the collection. This one is mainly intended for solo play, but is...
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Review: Nioh 2 Remastered

Earlier last year my Souls game adventure started, I have already finished several games and I am working on a few. Two of those games are in the Nioh Remastered Collection. Where Nioh 2 was the first to captivate me with some cool elements.  The Nioh 2 Remastered version is...
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Review: Super Mario 3D World

Super Mario 3D World is now finally playable on Nintendo Switch. For most Nintendo fans a first introduction to 3D World, but not for some. That's why Nintendo has another surprise up its sleeve: Bowser's Fury. Super Mario 3D World + Bowser's Fury is available in one pack, both digital...
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Review: Immortals Fenyx Rising

Immortals Fenyx Rising is one of the most technical feats Ubisoft has released in recent years, a game with few to no flaws and great gameplay. Now it's time for the first expansion, can Fenyx become a god? This short review contains spoilers for the Immortals Fenyx Rising base game....
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Review: Little Nightmares 2

Little Nightmares 2 is the sequel to the successful Little Nightmares games from Tarsier Studios and Bandai Namco. We take on the role of a new character with Six by our side. In Little Nightmares 2 we take on the role of Mono, a boy this time. Don't worry, we'll...
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Review: Werewolf: The Apocalypse

Werewolf: The Apocalypse – Earthblood, is a mouthful if the title is to give any indication of how indecisive the developer is. You may already have a good idea of what to expect from the game. To keep it easy and save you a tripping tongue, we'll keep it at...
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Review: Ys IX Monstrum Nox

World-renowned adventurer Adol Christin is back in Ys IX: Monstrum Nox and this time embarks on an adventure in the prison city of Balduq. Monstrum Nox is the ninth installment of the Ys series and is set either directly or after the story of Ys Seven, which ironically is chronologically...
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Review: Hitman 3

With Hitman 3, Io Interactive concludes the World of Assassination trilogy. This time not with episodic releases, but all story missions in one full package at once. With optional access to previous missions, the final pack. In Hitman 3 we take on the role of Agent 47 again. Again we...
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Review: Cyberpunk 2077 (Console)

A review that I have put off as long as possible, but which I still feel obliged to give an opinion about, is Cyberpunk 2077. A game that promised so much and delivered so little. That being said, Cyberpunk 2077 isn't a bad game at all, but even some core...
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Review: World of Warcraft: Shadowlands

Although Blizzard won't reinvent the wheel with the umpteenth World of Warcraft expansion, Shadowlands finally seems to be a promising expansion. But, is this really so? We took our time, so read it in our review! Yes, Shadowlands had a lot of server problems just like any MMORPG launch. Because...
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Review: DnDBeyond: Ideal tool for Dungeons&Dragons

Dungeons&Dragons has been a well-known game for years in which players travel through an imaginative world and experience various adventures. The game brings players together for a fun evening or afternoon, leaving reality for a moment for fantasy. Just like gaming, but based on your own imagination. Cozy up at...
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Review: Mortal Kombat 11 Ultimate

Mortal Kombat 11 is the ultimate, definitive version of Mortal Kombat 11 and a more than fine and very complete ready-to-use Mortal Kombat to kick off next-gen. Super fast Fatality through the lightning fast SSD. Mortal Kombat 11 from NetherRealm Studios was released in early 2019 to great acclaim. Meanwhile,...
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Review: Demon's Souls

Demon's Souls on Playstation 5 is a full remake of 2009's From Software's Demon's Souls. The first game in the now hugely beloved souls franchise returns, better than ever before. The remake of the much-loved Demon's Souls came into the hands of Bluepoint Games . Not an unknown name when...
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Review: Sackboy: A Big Adventure

The launch of the Playstation 5 has added 2 fantastic platformers to the launch line-up. One of them is free, Astro's Playroom . This one served more as a controller demo, but Sackboy's story is a bit more extensive. Is it a worthy launch game? We think so! Sackboy: A...
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Review: Immortals: Fenyx Rising

Griffins, giants, cyclops, harpies and other mythical creatures, it's all in Ubisoft's latest game! Immortals: Fenyx Rising is a game that combines many elements from other games. But, does this make the game unique enough? Read it here! Immortals: Fenyx Rising feels like an ode to Greek mythology with all...
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Review: Spider-Man Remastered

Recently a brand new Spider-Man title appeared on Playstation 4 and Playstation 5. If you are not quite up to date and missed the first game in 2018, the Ultimate Edition of Miles Morales offers the ultimate solution. Spider-Man Remastered is included as an extra game in the Spider-Man: Miles...
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Review: Spider-Man Miles Morales on Playstation 5

The Playstation 5 is here and Sony is opening up next-gen with nothing less than a sequel to 2018's Spider-Man. A new game, a new Spider-Man. New dangers, new powers and new features. Miles Morales has it all. Deja Vu? That could be! We've covered Spider-Man: Miles Morales before in...
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Review: Kingdom Hearts

Kingdom Heart consists of some really cool and popular games! But, if there's one aspect of those games that stands out for many, it's the music. The soundtracks of Kingdom Heart deserve their own game for many, it's here now! Kingdom Hearts: Melody of Memory gives Sora, Donald, Goofy and...
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Review: Serious Sam Collection

Serious Sam is, for me at least, a nostalgic piece of diamond. That trilogy of great games now has an HD collection, in which you can play all 3 titles on your current generation console. I've played the games on both PS4 and PS5, but what did I think? The...
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Review: Devil May Cry 5 Special Edition

Devil May Cry is back baby! This time on Playstation 5 in a Devil May Cry 5 Special Edition. In this definitive version of Capcom 's hack and slash rollercoaster you will play with Vergil! More than a year and a half ago you could already read what we thought...
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Review: Call of Duty Black Ops Cold War Multiplayer

The real meat of the annual Call of Duty title is not in the campaign, but in the multiplayer mode. This year is no different. Despite the Cold War campaign is very strong. Ultimately, of course, it's about the Black Ops Cold War multiplayer mode. Call of Duty: Black Ops...
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Review: Call of Duty Black Ops Cold War

Call of Duty : Black Ops Cold War is here. This time the game does have a single player campaign mode and this one is the most refreshing. Easily one of the best parts of this new Call of Duty game. Black Ops Cold War is the fifth installment in...
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Review: XIII Remak

The developers apologize for the state of the game at this time. We are working hard on an update to fix many technical issues. You can read the full statement here . While all intentions are good, this doesn't change the state of the game at the moment. Read on...
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Review: Destiny 2: Beyond Light

The fifth expansion for Destiny 2 was released last week on November 10. Beyond Light brings a new story, new weapons, new raids and new powers. The new DLC is one of the better expansions or maybe even the best expansion to date. The new powers feel good and it...
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Review: Spider-Man: Miles Morales (PS4)

Our swinging neighborhood hero goes on vacation and it's up to Miles Morales to keep a close eye on the city. Will our learning Miles succeed? Will you enjoy taking on this task in this standalone DLC? Read it in our review! Spider-Man: Miles Morales is of course a Playstation...
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Review: Stratego – Assassin's Creed

Not only did Assassin's Creed: Valhalla appear recently, which we are very excited about by the way, but a board game also appeared in the franchise. Stratego: Assassin's Creed is your old trusted Stratego, but with an Assassin's Creed jacket. Most people are familiar with Stratego. It is a board...
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Review: Sakuna: Of Rice and Ruin

Sometimes you have those separate concepts that just work like you didn't expect before. Sakuna: Of Rice and Ruin is one of those concepts. This game mixes multiple genres and does it well! Read why in our review. In Sakuna: Of Rice and Ruin, you play a young goddess named...
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Review: Assassin’s Creed Valhalla

It's finally time to talk about Assassin's Creed: Valhalla. Ubisoft 's latest open-world Assassin's Creed game. After the great success of Odyssey, among others, we could hardly wait to discover this new world. In Assassin's Creed Valhalla, we leave ancient Egypt and ancient Greece and travel to England. Curious, yet...
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Review: Pikmin 3 Deluxe

Pikmin 3 Deluxe is a remake of the game that came out seven years ago on the Wii U. The parts before that were released in 2001 and 2004 on the Gamecube. All three games were received with great success at the time. All three games came in around 9...
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Review: Dirt 5

Dirt 5 is yet another Codemasters game within the rally simulation and arcade series that they have built up. This is mainly arcade gameplay, with an accessible entry. Can this game match the Codemasters name? Read it in our review. Dirt 5 is out tomorrow, November 6, for Playstation 4,...
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Review: Ghostrunner

Ghostrunner is the next best thing if you miss Cyberpunk in November. The game carries a Cyberpunk theme with appropriate music, but plays like a hardcore action platformer. In Ghostrunner you enter the body of.. Yes, a Ghostrunner. Number so many not to be exact. The storyteller told me once,...
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Review: Bakugan

Bakugan makes its first appearance on Nintendo Switch in Bakugan: Champions of Vestroia. The open world RPG puts players in a colorful city where they gather powerful creatures to fight with other Bakugan. Bakugan may already sound familiar to you. It is one of the many animation series we used...
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Review: Pokémon Sword & Shield: The Crown Tundra

It is the first time that a Pokémon game is allowed to receive post-launch content in this way. This started with the Isle of Armor expansion, which came out earlier this year. This was very well received by us , as a worthy addition to the games. But, how is...
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Review: Watch Dogs Legion

Watch Dogs is a multifaceted series, where we followed the story of Aiden Pearce, all the way to the hipster activists in DedSec in the second part. This time you can play as anyone in Watch Dogs Legion. Will you help save London? Watch Dogs Legion is the third installment...
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Review: Trails of Cold Steel IV

rails of Cold Steel IV is the fourth and final installment in the Cold Steel Saga. Cold Steel is the direct sequel to the previous Saga's Trails in the Sky and Zero/Azure and will now come to an epic conclusion. Cold Steel IV thus forms the ninth part in the...
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Review: Baldur's Gate 3

Dungeons and Dragons has been a source of inspiration for game developers for years. Not just the way a story is told or what fantasy animals and races come into play. The way of playing Dungeons and Dragon is also a source of inspiration. Earlier this year we reviewed a...
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Review: Star Wars: Squadrons

It's time to piew piew in the new Star Wars game from EA and Motive Studios. Does this game make up for mistakes that manifested themselves in earlier Star Wars titles? Short answer: Yes! Long answer: Down here! Star Wars: Squadrons is essentially a space combat game, where you take...
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Review: Survival with monkeys in The Survivalists

WILLSON! Oh no MONKEY! The Survivalists is a new survival game from the creators Team 17. Team 17 known for games such as Worms, My Time at Portia, Overcooked, Golf with your Friends, Blasphemous and The Escapists comes with an entertaining game where you have to survive on a "uninhabited...
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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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Review: Windbound

Go on an adventure and sail across the sea to discover different islands and their secrets to open the way to new secrets. In Windbound you do it all and it's not as mysterious as it seems. In Windbound you take on the role of Kara. You wake up on...
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Review: Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles Remastered

Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles Remastered is a remaster of a 17 year old classic Action RPG. Square Enix is polishing the game for a modern release on Playstation 4, Nintendo Switch, and even iOS and Android. Are the crystals successfully transported again? In Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles Remastered you take...
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Review: Total War Saga: Troy

Total War games are practically as old as their Real Time Strategy genre. Last year we got a pretty expanded version with Total War: Three Kingdoms . After such an extended version, Creative Assembly thought it was time to go back to the basics and make the game a little...
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Review: Zero Strain – It's a Catalyst

A brand new top-down shooter from Eastasiasoft is now available for Xbox One, Nintendo Switch and Playstation 4. The game has been available for some time via Steam on PC. What is it and what exactly does it do? We explain it to you. In Zero Strain you pilot a...
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PC Review: Horizon Zero Dawn

Horizon Zero Dawn created by Guerrilla has been out on PC for a few days, before it was only available on PlayStation 4. A game worth playing on PC or a bad choice for PC release ? Dive into our review of Aloy's story on PC where I give my...
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Review: Röki: Indie Game of the Year?

Indie games come in all varieties. Most are okay, some other part are bad but there are always some that are fantastic. So is Roki. It's been a while since I've lost myself like that in an indie game. This game is all about the experience, setting, music and the...
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Review: Fairy Tail

Anime fans know that games in this subgenre are often fighting games. The next title wants to move more towards turn-based combat, how does this work out? Fairy Tail is a fairly well-known anime. Anime fans, as with many shonen, have a love-hate relationship with this series. Some don't like...
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Review: Paper Mario: The Origami King

Paper Mario is back in a new adventure on Nintendo Switch. The dangers lurking this time are cut from a completely different piece of cloth than we are used to. Although that wood is first finely ground to make beautiful colored paper. How does this expand further? Read it in...
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Review: Ghost of Tsushima

Ghost of Tsushima, the very latest Playstation Exclusive from Sucker Punch, is playable for almost everyone. Sony has provided us with an early review so we can finally tell you all about this open world Samurai game today! There is high hopes for the game, will Sucker Punch deliver on...
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Review: Story of Seasons: Friends of Mineral Town

Farming games come in all shapes and sizes. You have Harvest Moon, Farming Simulator, Stardew Valley and League of Legends. But there is also Story of Seasons, the successor to the earlier Harvest Moon series. The new Story of Seasons: Friends of Mineral Town will be released this Friday. However,...
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Review: Marvel's Iron Man VR

Marvel fans can indulge themselves with Playstation. Previously, fans got to work with Peter Parker in Marvel's Spider-Man . Now there is also a Playstation VR game from our favorite action hero. It's not the least of that. We crawl into a Tony Stark-developed suit in Marvel's Iron Man VR...
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Review: F1 2020: Racing in the rain at Zandvoort

Last weekend the new season of Formula 1 started. Just like with football and FIFA, a new version of the popular racing game F1 is released every year. The new F1 2020 will be released on Friday with a few beautiful and fun innovations. Now that digital racing has taken...
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Review: Disintegration

Disintegration is a sci-fi fps with RTS elements that entails a good formula but ultimately falls short in practice. We were allowed to get started earlier, but now we have the full game. Disintegration was developed by V1 interactive. A small studio of about 30 people. The game was published...
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Review: The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel 3

Trails of Cold Steel is part of The Legend of Heroes. This series revolves around Rean Schwarzer and is therefore a direct sequel to the predecessor. How is this part doing on Nintendo Switch this time around? The game has been out for a while on the Playstation 4, but...
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Review: Rainbow Six Siege: Operation Steel Wave

A while ago we were allowed to play Operation Steel Wave, so we were very impressed by the originality that Rainbow Six Siege can still maintain after 5 years. Has anything changed after launch? Operation Steel Wave introduces two new operators, a rework of House, and some other game quality...
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Review: Pokémon Sword & Shield

Today is a special day, because for the first time ever, it's up to Pokémon to get a DLC. Yes, a real expansion for a Pokémon game! But, how do you like this first expansion? Read it here! Pokemon Sword and Shield brought a nice experience with some improvements. The...
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Review: The Last of Us: Part II

After a long wait, we can finally tell you what The Last of Us: Part II really is like. A game that generated a lot of hype, but also a lot of controversial discussions. Is the game a worthy sequel versus an almost seamless predecessor? Read it in our review!...
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Review: Command & Conquer Remastered Collection

Remaster here, remaster there, more and more classics are getting a remaster over them. Unfortunately, we sometimes see a remaster that completely kills a classic, I'm looking at you Blizzard. EA is also releasing a remaster of the game Command & Conquer. On the one hand we were excited for...
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Review: Xenoblade Chronicles Definitive Edition

  The year is 2004. The (MMO)RPG genre is in full bloom and players will have to deal with immense landscapes and pursuits for the coming years. The worlds are filled with more unique characters than your number of friends on Facebook. The RPG genre doesn't get any better than...
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Review: The Outer Worlds for Nintendo Switch

The Outer Worlds aren't necessarily new. But for Nintendo Switch fans, because since Friday 5 June the game is also available for Nintendo's hybrid console from 2017. Does Obsidian finally answer that Fallout cravings for the Switch players? We'll figure it out for you. Nintendo Switch ports are a well-known...
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Review: The Elder Scrolls Online

The Dark Heart of Skyrim, a year full of events, updates and new storylines. We're advancing the year with the big expansion: Greymoor. And that's special, because ESO is finally moving more towards Skyrim! How do you like this expansion against Summerset or Elsweyr? It's no secret that The Elder...
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Review: Maneater, from baby shark to Jaws

Jaws by Steven Spielberg is a classic best known for its tune. When we play Maneater from Tripwire Interactive LLC, we regularly catch ourselves singing that tune. But the babyshark tune also skips by. After the intro you play a nameless shark from birth until you have become a merciless...
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Review: Mafia 2 Definitive Edition

2K and Hangar 13 surprised the gaming world not so long ago with a short teaser for a Mafia trilogy . There were already rumors about a remaster of Mafia 2. These turned out to be true, but there was so much more to come. We have at least been...
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Review: Minecraft Dungeons

I don't think I need to say anything about Minecraft as a franchise? But, Minecraft Dungeons brings a different take on the familiar gameplay. Is the game worth it, or is it a flopped spin-off? Minecraft Dungeons will be released on May 26, 2020. Watch the trailer below to get...
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Review: Trials of Mana

Trials of Mana is a remake of the third game in the Mana series , known as Seiken Densetsu 3 in Japan and simply Trials of Mana in the west. Originally developed by Square (modern Square Enix). How does the faithful remake of Trials of Mana hold up in the...
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Review: Valorant Beta

For years there was one big meme around the name and game developer Riot Games. Shouldn't Riot Games have been called Riot Game with only League of Legends as a game? Last year it was time to live up to the S in Riot Games. In the meantime, a number...
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Review: Predator Hunting Grounds

Predator Hunting Grounds, created by IllFonic and published by Sony for Playstation 4 and Windows PC is available now. The asymmetric multiplayer title in which we can once again dive into the Predator universe falls short on an interesting concept. Predator Hunting Grounds is an asymmetric multiplayer game. What this...
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Review: Gears Tactics

Gears of War is known for over-the-top action and lots and lots of gore shit. Now it's time for a spin-off, or rather a prequel, in a slightly different style than we are used to from Gears. What are we talking about? Well, as the name says, Gears Tactics is...
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Review: One Piece: Pirate Warriors 4

One Piece, Eiichiro Oda's longest-running series ever, is getting another game. After the success of Pirate Warriors 3, we can now see what problems Luffy and his crew are working into this time. Read it all in our review! The One Piece franchise is one of the most respected in...
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Review: Final Fantasy VII

One of the most iconic Final Fantasy is back. Cloud, Sephiroth, Tifa and Aerith are back in a stunning remake of Final Fantasy VII. Final Fantasy VII Remake is a highly anticipated remake that has been delayed many times but has finally seen the light of day. However, this remake...
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Review: Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2 Remastered

Call of Duty Modern Warfare. I don't think I need to explain to anyone on this face of the earth what this is. I also think most of you know that about 11 years ago a game called Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2 caused a lot of commotion. Not...
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Review: Bleeding Edge

A game where chaos is central. Bleeding Edge is a game for people who want to go wild in a game. Colours, music, crazy champions, robust maps and total chaos… In a world where you can improve yourself with mods. This is all possible in the futuristic world of Bleeding...
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Review: Doom Eternal

The sequel to the reboot of Doom is finally under the sun, and the First Person Shooter scene has never looked more brutal than it does now. No one can compete with Doom Eternal and each level proves it again. Okay, Doom. Here we go. Hurt Me Plenty. Doom Eternal...
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Review: Rainbow Six Siege – Operation Void Edge

Rainbow Six Siege's fifth year has officially kicked off and it's throwing a number of tactics back and forth that could change your playstyle forever. At least for the Oregon map. The renovation provides a typical modern Rainbow Six Siege map layout. Where Rainbow Six Siege once started as an...
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Review: My Hero One's Justice 2

It's been a year and a half since the last My Hero Academia game adaptation. Now it's time for the sequel. The first part was a great game, does the second improve a lot, or does the level stay the same? Read it in our review! My Hero Academia is...
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Review: TT Isle of Man – Ride on the Edge 2

The Isle of Man TT is an annual event that takes place on the Isle of Man in May – June since its inception in 1907. It is one of the most dangerous racing events in the world. Whoever starts the game will soon know why. Razor sharp turns, difficult...
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Review: Ori and the Will of the Wisps

There are some of those games that take you in the atmosphere from A to Z. Games like Journey are so immersive in atmosphere that you actually forget that you are gaming. We already knew from the first part of Ori that this is just such a game. Now that...
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Review: Pokémon Mystery Dungeon

Ready for the main Pokémon line? Finished with Sword and Shield? Still a Pokemon fan? Then a re-make of the well-known Mystery Dungeon has come on the market for you! Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Rescue Team DX is a mouthful. In the main line Pokémon games, of course, we mainly follow...
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Review: The Division 2: Warlords of New York

The Division 2 got a bit more mixed reactions than its predecessor, all the same we found this second part no less strong than the first. Now we go back to the well-known New York, which looks slightly different from the first part. The Division 2 is and remains a...
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Review: One Punch Man: A Hero Nobody Knows

We're back with a new anime game! This time it's up to One Punch Man to bring his shiny head back to my screen. Will the game survive between the few successful anime titles? Read it in our review. Anime games come and go, some, on the other hand, stay...
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Review: Nioh 2 – Freed from this mortal coil

Nioh 2, honestly mixed feelings went into my stomach when this game showed up in my mailbox. Still, I'm lucky to have once again ventured into Team Ninja's rock-solid action RPG. In this review, I'm going to tell you all about Nioh 2 and why you shouldn't miss it, regardless...
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Review: Overpass

Beautiful cars, lots of speed, spectacular action and spectacle everywhere! These are not terms that describe Overpass. You obviously want to cross the finish line as quickly as possible, but you can't achieve this with speed. To use the legendary (albeit Cruijffian) words of Juan Manuel Fangio: "To finish first,...
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Review: Dualshock 4 Back Button Attachment

In the life of the video game enthusiast, dozens of accessories appear that one has to find something to do. While some accessories provide an edge, others are just a nice gadget. What about the Dualshock 4 Back Button Attachment? The Back Button Attachment for the Dualshock 4 , the...
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Review: Dreams, a creative paradise

Media Molecule has been working on their dream project for a long, long time called: Dreams! What looked like a creative escape for the out of focus creatives turns out to be much more than that. Dreams are fantastic and we are going to explain to you why. Dreaming is...
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Review: Vanquish & Bayonetta exist 10 years

The Bayonetta & Vanquish 10th Anniversary Bundle is finally out. These two Platinum Games titles are now playable on the Playstation 4 and the Xbox One. But, are they still worth it? Both Vanquish as well as Bayonetta have been available on the market for about 10 years now. Where...
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Review: Patapon 2 Remastered

After we thought it wouldn't happen again, Sony and Japan Studio surprised the fans with a remaster of Patapon 2 on the Playstation 4. The first part has been available as a remaster via the Playstation Store for a while now. Does the Patapon glory live on, or is it...
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Review: Warcraft III Reforged

We had a long wait, but the remake of the classic and one of the best RTS games is here. Warcraft III Reforged was released on January 29. With this game, Blizzard is following the trend of reviving old classics through a remake. A number of those remakes are well...
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Review: Untitled Goose Game

After a surprisingly successful launch on PC and Nintendo Switch, the Waddling Goose hit Playstation 4 and Xbox One just before Christmas. Of course we have not been left behind in the goose hunt and have taken a close look at the PS4 version. In Untitled Goose Game you take...
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Review: Football Manager 2020

Everyone who watches football sometimes thinks: If I was a coach, I would have done it this way or that. Well you get that chance with Football Manager 2020. It doesn't pay as well as in real life, but it can still be nice to be in control for once....
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Review: Blacksad: Under the Skin

Microids, Pendulo Studios and YS Interactive released Blacksad: Under the Skin on November 5. As a Sinterklaas gift, we were still allowed to review it. The game is based on the Blacksad comic books by Juan Diaz Canales and Juanjo Guarnido. The game is a completely new story. The story...
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Review: Shenmue 3

It took 18 years, but fans of the cult hit finally got to work on the third installment in the Shenmue series . After a more than successful Kickstarter campaign, the fuss about the promised Steam keys, the time has finally come. Then the question is: Was it worth the...
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Review: Google Stadia

Stadia recently appeared for all Founders and with that, Google is entering the video game industry with a platform where players can only stream games à la Netflix and Spotify for movies and music. However, it works slightly differently than mentioned all-in subscription services. With Stadia, Google makes having a...
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Review: Pokemon Sword & Shield

Pokemon has seen some interesting trendings on Twitter and YouTube over the past few months. It took a while, but we are going to review the most controversial Switch games of this year; Pokemon Sword & Shield. Sword & Shield are the first main-line Pokemon games released for the Nintendo...
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Review: Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order

As a little boy I grew up with the Star Wars movies. As I got older, the Star Wars games came to the various consoles I owned as a child and teenager. Legendary games like the original Star Wars Battlefront 2 (not the bad version from past years), Star Wars...
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The Nintendo Switch Always Excels For

The Nintendo Switch always excels for me in the party games. Mario Party and Mario Kart are two of the most fun games to play with friends or family. Mario & Sonic is also at the Olympic Games: Tokyo 2020. In the run-up to next year's Olympic Games, Nintendo will...
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PC review: Red Dead Redemption 2

Hop, hop, hop, gallop your horse. The wind in your hair, beautiful views, great speeds. Until your game crashes. Wait a while, get the feeling back, in the gallop. Until your game crashes again. Wait a bit, back into the gallop… until your game freezes again… Story Where some may...
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Review: Need for Speed ​​Heat

Need for Speed Payback was not so well received by most fans. The game promised new life in a mediocre era for Need for Speed. Unfortunately that didn't work. But, will Heat be able to boost the franchise? Need for Speed Heat leaves a lot to be desired in terms...
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Review: Planet Zoo

Frontier Developments already owes its fame to the successful game Planet Coaster. In Planet Coaster you can build your own amusement park. It is not surprising that a zoo version would also be released after a while. Planet Zoo is the latest game from Frontier Developments. Here you can create...
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Review: Call of Duty: Modern Warfare

Finally we got an old trusted Call of Duty again. With Call of Duty: Modern Warfare, Activision is going back to its roots. Simple military combat without all those weird futuristic frills. Something that has been called for by the game's loyal fan base for years. The game is now...
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Review: The Outer Worlds Game

Obsidian Entertainment, known for Fallout: New Vegas, among others, is back with a brand new IP. The Outer Worlds is a playing field for the RPG enthusiast where you are completely in control. Capitalism at its best in space. Are you for or are you against? I don't want to...
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Review: Death Stranding, Kojima's Masterpiece

Death Stranding, Hideo Kojima's masterpiece. The first game from Kojima Productions, and what a game. At E3 2016, we were left ignorant of what kind of game Death Stranding would become. All we could see at the time: Faint shadows in the sky, a black beach full of dead animals,...
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Review: Stealth hardware

We are all familiar with the low budget gaming gear such as Big Ben and Speedlink. Soon we will be able to add a new producer: Stealth. We have received three products to test. This concerns a headset, headstand and a charger for the PlayStation 4. Not a high-tech review,...
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Review: MediEvil Game

MediEvil has risen from the dead! The fourth game in the series and already the third time that we get to play the original story, but this time in a beautiful appearance. Unlike Sir Daniel Fortesque's stature, MediEvil on the Playstation 4 is anything but skinny. In MediEvil you step...
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Review: Overwatch, on the Nintendo Switch

Overwatch is a well-known phenomenon , on PC and on console. However, there was one more variant for the game that was missing: the Nintendo Switch. This 'Legendary Edition' brings all the content that was already available directly to the Switch. Overwatch while pooping? Yeah, that seems like a great...
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Review: Destiny 2: Shadowkeep

Destiny 2 got off to a rough start, but has proven that they can handle the 'live service' earning system in their own unique way. The game is constantly building towards something bigger and now the long-awaited new update is finally here: Shadowkeep! With Shadowkeep, the heroes go to the...
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Re-review: Playstation Now – Better Now

Recently, Sony almost cut the price of its Playstation Now service in half. Where you previously paid € 99.99 for a year, you now pay the same as for Playstation Plus, namely € 59.99. This price already makes the service more than worth it for a number of obvious reasons,...
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Ghost Recon Breakpoint Or Ghost Recon

Ghost Recon Breakpoint, or Ghost Recon's Breaking Point? That's today's key question and we're going to dig around the game to make a judgment. Where Wildlands managed to bring in many players, but sometimes missed the essence of the Ghost principle. How does this look in the Ghost Recon that...
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Review: Star Wars Jedi Knight II: Jedi Outcast

Seventeen years ago we saw a new Star Wars game coming out for the Nintendo Gamecube called: Star Wars Jedi Knight II: Jedi Outcast. Seventeen years later, the makers thought to breathe new life into this game and port the game to the Nintendo Switch. The game has been out...
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Review: Dragon Quest XI S: Echoes of an Elusive Age

This surprised us JRPG previously been very much with her charm, graphics, gameplay, and dozens of hours of content. Now it's time for the game to come to a platform that many have been hoping for, the Nintendo Switch. Dragon Quest XI S: Echoes of an Elusive Age – Definitive...
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Review: Concrete Genius

After four and a half years in development, Concrete Genie finally appears. The game immediately impresses with the distinct art style and luminous visuals that you will encounter a lot in your journey as a young artist. Concrete Genie was developed by Pixelopus in collaboration with Sony. The game is...
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Review: Yooka-Laylee Game

Yooka and Laylee are back with a vengeance! The tribute duo to Banjoo and Kazooie find themselves this time in a world that is less 3D than the previous one, but manages to bring out the more originality of Playtonic. Not being faithful to, but more of a 'that's how...
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Review: FIFA 20 – Nice digital kicking a ball

FIFA, one of EA's longest-running game franchises, has returned with a new installment. FIFA 20 was released last Friday and we are now a week further playing the latest version. Finally we see the return of street football at a FIFA game. Under the name Volta, EA tries to fulfill...
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Review: Ni No Kuni remastered

Six years after its original release, Ni No Kuni returns in the form of a remaster. The game that was made in collaboration with studio Ghibli is still beautiful with its excellent world building and animation. But this time in slightly higher resolutions. The story, of course, has remained the...
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Review: Blasphemous

A game that stayed with us very much after our Gamescom visit was Blasphemous. The pixel art Metroidvania Dark Souls game is set in a dark Spanish Inquisition. Not entirely without swearing, I had a good time with this title during two 12-hour flights. My adventure to make Tokyo unsafe...
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Review: The Elder Scrolls Online: Scalebreaker

In our Elsweyr review it soon became clear that Zenimax and Bethesda are raising the bar for The Elder Scrolls Online . How does the new dungeon expansion for the game play out? The Elder Scrolls Online first introduced a new way to distribute content last year. This way was...
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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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Review: Subdivision Infinity DX

In a universe where No Man's Sky defines a new genre, we dive into another spaceship to make space a lot safer for ourselves, especially ourselves. Subdivision Infinity DX tells the story of a 'Rebel Scum' in space in search of more resources. No Man's Sky vibes from the first...
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Review: Forged of Blood

Forged of Blood is a new RTS title released today. In this new RTS title you take on the role of Prince Tavias Caenican and Prince Leivan Caenican. This game is broadly comparable to the Total War franchise. However, the emphasis is more on the story surrounding the two princes...
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Review: Hamsterdam: Paws of justice

Today we are going to drill our way to the red light district in Hamsterdam: Paws of Justice. What started on Kickstarter can now finally be played and we got to try out the Nintendo Switch version!Hamsterdam is an Indie title, a game that is perfect for a handheld like the...
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Review: Youngblood Game

The Wolfenstein franchise has been around for a number of years, but has already seen some major changes in its running time. Positive, negative, but above all daring. Youngblood takes the franchise around the corner and makes room for some news in the realm of Nazi-controlled Europe.Wolfenstein Youngblood is a co-op title...
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Review: Wolfenstein: Cyberpilot

The fans of Wolfenstein can get started this week with no less than two new games. Both Cyberpilot and Youngblood were released on July 26 and we got to review them both. You take on the role of a Cyberpilot in this game. This Cyberpilot is hacked by the French resistance fighters and...
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Review: Pawarumi

Today the new Indie arcade shooter Pawarumi has been released for the Nintendo Switch and the Xbox One. We were already allowed to work with it to extensively test the game for you. Pawarumi from the makers Manufacture 43 tries to give a nice twist to the arcade shooters or shoot em...
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Review: Dragon Quest Builders 2

The first part of this game was already fantastic, but also came with its minorities. Now it's time for a sequel that, according to the developers, takes all the fun from the predecessor and then takes it one step further. Then we are of course talking about the one and only: Dragon...
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Review: Stranger Things 3: The Game

The 4th of July was the day. After 2 years of waiting, we can finally watch Stranger Things season 3. Stranger Things 3: The Game has also been released along with the season on Netflix.Stranger Things 3: The Game is a classic beat 'm up action RPG game with an open world...
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Review: SENRAN KAGURA Peach Ball

SENRAN KAGURA Peach Ball is a Switch title that pushes the boundaries at Nintendo and has made the front page of the eShop a little more spicy than many a parent would wish. Can this pinball game win more than just hearts?Nintendo's family-friendly console is also an area where respect is...
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Review: Pro Cycling Manager 2019

With the start of the Tour de France cycling starts to itch for me. Since I, like most cycling fans, know better than the riders at home, there is now Pro Cycling Manager 2019. Here you can prove to yourself that you know better than the pros. Take charge of one of...
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Review: Sea of ​​Solitude

Every now and then you come across a surprise. You enter a game without any expectations and then you have an immersive experience that really touches you.I hadn't seen any trailers and read nothing about Sea of Solitude. It was very superficial of me, but I mainly wanted to play the game...
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Review: Sairento VR

Here's a call to all Genji pros in Overwatch! Do you own a Virtual Reality headset? Then I may have the ideal game for you in our review today! Sairento VR, become the best ninja ever, or die trying.At least that's how the game felt to me for the first few minutes. Sairento VR...
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Review: The Sinking City

The Sinking City is an open-world horror adventure based on the HP Lovecraft universe. After seeing the trailers for The Sinking City, I was very curious about this game. Will we finally get a nice adventure again?I had never heard of HP Lovecraft, he seems to be quite well known. HP Lovecraft was an American fantasy...
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Review: F1 2019

The new game from Codemasters is here two months earlier than usual, of course we are talking about F1 2019. The biggest car racing championship in the world with the most rivalries and many disputes.The new game iteration of Formula 1 is of course coming back from Codemasters , F1 2019 is...
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In Recent Years Developer Ryu Ga Gotoku

In recent years, developer Ryu Ga Gotoku Studio has hit the West with the Yakuza series. The rough-and-tumble fighters and the Japanese underworld became a hit that we couldn't get enough of. Due to the demand for more, the spin-off called Judgment has been launched.In Judgment, you no longer play on the...
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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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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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Review: The Division 2

The Division 2 is Ubisoft's latest Open-World Looter Shooter that picks up where the original game left off. Is this a worthy sequel to the franchise, or are we missing the New York winter months?It's no longer Christmas forever in The Division 2. We leave snow-covered New York behind and head...
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Review: Devil May Cry 5

After a number of less good choices, trust in Capcom had been broken for many. Can the studio regain this trust with a new Devil May Cry? They made up for a lot with Resident Evil 2, but is this the last straw in the bucket?It's August 2018, Gamescom is in full...
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Review: Trials Rising

It's been a while since we've seen this game series but the Trials series has made a comeback with Trials Rising. Produced as usual by RedLynx but in collaboration with Ubisoft.Trials Rising is the most recent iteration of this engine-driven platformer. A combination of familiar gameplay along with new features makes this...
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Review: The LEGO Movie 2 video game

The LEGO Movie 2 videogame is the latest LEGO game, in case you've lost count. As you would expect, the game is heavily based on the latest LEGO movie. That is why we see the famous characters in this game.The LEGO Movie 2 videogame pits you against aliens who will emerge in...
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Review: Anthem

Sometimes you have those games where you have mixed feelings about it. You see potential, but you expect more. Sometimes you have games that are great, that stand on their own two feet and sometimes you have titles that are really bad. Which of these the next game falls under is a question...
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Retro review: Indiana Jones and the Fate of Atlantis

It's no secret that I'm a fan of LucasArts point & click adventure games. The Secret of Monkey Island, Full Throttle and Indiana Jones and the Fate of Atlantis are my favorites of these. And I'd like to look back at that last one.In addition to solid gameplay, the game is also...
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Review: Bannermen

Bannermen, an enthusiastic first attempt for the makers of Pathos Interactive to make a Real Time Strategy game. As an RTS fan I love to give new RTS titles, especially from indie developers, a chance.While reading about Bannermen I get slightly excited about all the features of the game. Campaign mode, Sandbox...
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Review: Metro Exodus

As far as controversies go, Metro Exodus is one of the first of the year. At the end of last month, Deep Silver announced that the PC release would take place on the Epic Games Store instead of Steam. This led to a lot of resistance from gamers. Such a shame, because this...
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Review: Far Cry New Dawn

Far Cry New Dawn, the new Far Cry game in a long line of great games. With handles from Far Cry 5 I substantiate whether I like this game as much as the previous one. Read it all in my review, I'll try not to use spoilers (but be warned...
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Review: Jump Force

Jump has been around for fifty years! To celebrate, the studio is releasing an ambitious title that blends the studio's biggest anime into a fighting game with realistic graphics. Is the title ambitious enough or is it one of so many lazy fighters? Read it in our review.Naruto  has the  Ninja Storm  franchise,  Dragon Ball  has the  Xenoverse  franchise, and  My...
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Review: Apex Legends

Surprise! Out of nowhere the Titanfall developer, Respawn Entertainment, drops a brand new game in the Titanfall universe. No, it's not Titanfall 3, but honestly, that's not necessarily a bad thing. Let's take a look at Apex Legends!Apex Legends is a Free-To-Play Battle Royale game in which you play as a three-person squad...
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Review: Plantronics RIG 500 PRO HC

One of Plantronics' latest gaming products is the RIG 500 PRO HC headsets. These are suitable for both console and PC gaming. We briefly tested this headset while gaming on a Playstation 4.A little over a year ago we posted a review about the Plantronics RIG 800HD . We have extensively tested this headset on...
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Review: Resident Evil 2

At a time when old games from the 90s are getting a facelift, Capcom takes a different look at the past. Instead of a facelift, they give one of the most classic games of the 90s a complete makeover. This is Resident Evil 2.Resident Evil 2 is a remake of the 1998...
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Review: Travis Strikes Again

Travis is back in Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes. We got to try out the game on the Nintendo Switch and would like to let you know what we thought of the game!For the first time in about nine years, Travis is returning to the screens of loyal fans. The old...
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Review: Ace Combat 7

There it is, Ace combat 7: Skies Unknown. It's been 5 years since we were allowed to play the last Ace Combat game. Does Skies Unknown live up to that hype? We'll find out!In 2017, during Gamescom, I was on a mission to play the PlayStation VR. Here I found a booth where I...
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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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Review: Grip

Grip is a spiritual successor to the world famous Rollcage games. A racing game with cars that can drive on both sides. The circuits are arranged in such a way that they can be played in 360 degrees. Add some power ups and weapons for a violent racing game.A gamer's instinctual sense is...
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Review: Steep Game

Ubisoft has planned a nice preparation for the winter! The X Games Pass is the latest DLC for Steep and brings with it some new things, is this pass worth it? Read it in our review!Steep came out in 2016 and we were allowed to review the game back then! The numbers were...
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Review: Diablo 3 Eternal Collection – Nintendo Switch

Diablo 3 is already a few years old, but the latest port of this game on the Nintendo Switch proves once again that Diablo is certainly not a forgotten child. If Diablo Immortal is not up your alley, but you prefer something more of the same as long as we wait...
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Review: Call of Cthulhu

It's been a week since we celebrated Halloween. And at Halloween it's always a good idea to release new horror games. Call of Cthulhu is one of these new horror games. In this game you play the private detective Edward Pierce. He is hired to investigate the tragic death of the Hawkins family.Call of...
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Review: Déraciné – Past Reality

Déraciné is the latest addition to the Playstation VR library. It is also the latest title from From Software, the well-known developers of Dark Souls and Bloodborne. However, Déraciné is a very different kind of game than you are used to from this developer.From Software's VR title is set in a large...
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Review: Red Dead Redemption 2

After 8 years it is finally here. The second part of Red Dead Redemption. And so far this game has often given me big eyes and a big smile.First of all I have to say that this game is so big and with so much to do. Because of this, I have to...
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Review: Just Dance 2019

The end of October is just around the corner, all the ghosts, skeletons and aliens are behind that corner waiting for Halloween to approach, but that's not all that's around that corner, no folks… Just Dance 2019 has arrived!It took a while before our general impression of the game came...
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Review: For Honor: Marching Fire

For Honor certainly wasn't a bad game, but the game didn't come without its serious issues either. Can the new Marching Fire DLC take the game to a new level? Read it in our review!For Honor is a game with an original plan. What do people always miss in MMORPG titles? Right, a dueling...
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Review: Astro Bot Rescue Mission

Astro Bot Rescue Mission is the latest Playstation VR game developed by Japan Studio as part of Sony's Worldwide Studios. The same studio responsible for Playroom, on which the characters from Rescue Mission are based.Playroom launched simultaneously with the Playstation 4 and was intended as an introduction to the Playstation Eye...
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Review: Starlink: Battle for Atlas

Starlink: Battle for Atlas is the latest game that uses toys-to-life. Is Ubisoft a little late or are they breathing new life into this concept?As a collecting addict I am very enthusiastic. Where Skylanders and Disney Infinity could not arouse my interest because of a much too childish game behind it, I...
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Review: Mega Man 11

Mega Man used to be one of my most favorite games. Unfortunately, the game has a bit of trouble finding a place in this century, has this eleventh part found its place? Read it in our review!These past few Mega Man titles that came out in the 21st century have not been...
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Review: SoulCalibur 6

It took a while, but finally Soul Project has developed a brand new SoulCalibur game. More than six years after the appearance of SoulCalibur 5, we can say that it feels good to get back to work with old familiar, but also new characters.When it comes to fighting games I usually...
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Review: Tied Together

Tied Together is, as the name suggests, a game where you are stuck together. That's right, it's a co-op game! You can only play the game with 2, 3 or 4 people. Single Player is not an option, more souls more joy certainly goes for this title.In Tied Together, the goal is to...
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Review: Call of Duty: Black Ops 4

It is now a true tradition, a Battlefield and a Call of Duty title, every year in the fall. Activision comes with a new Black Ops title this time and that's what we're going to talk about today!Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 is a COD like no other, at least...
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Review: Dragon Ball FighterZ

Dragon Ball Fighter Z. It is a fact that this title has been able to celebrate quite a success after its launch in January this year! Now the game is coming to the Nintendo Switch, a console/handheld where fighting games like this always shine. How does this port run and why would it...
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Review: Forza Horizon 4

Where part 4 looks very much like its predecessor at first glance, it soon becomes apparent within the first two hours that the game is a major improvement. This time at a different location, with a lot of new features. This is our review on Forza Horizon 4.This time the popular racing...
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Review: FIFA 19 – PC Edition

FIFA 19 is just out and of course almost everyone is playing this game. Still, there are always speculations as to whether the new change is actually worth the money. With all these changes in the game, we checked FIFA 19.FIFA on the moveAs soon as we start FIFA 19, the first...
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Review: Assassin's Creed Odyssey

Assassin's Creed Odyssey is the next assassin game from Ubisoft and the second in the franchise to feature the well-known 'Ubisoft RPG formula'. Let's take a look at Ubisoft's creation of ancient Greece.In Assassin's Creed Odyssey you take on the role of Alexios, or Kassandra. There is really only one real...
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Review: Valkyria Chronicles 4

It's been ten years since we got a console sequel to Valkyria Chronicles. After the game was released on the PS3 in 2008, Valkyria Chronicles moved to the Playstation Portable. This was a smart move in 2008 because handheld gaming was the new hype of the moment. Now the latest installment finally returns...
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Review: PES 2019

Konami has again produced an excellent football game this year, of course we are talking about PES 2019. The game came out a lot earlier than FIFA, but it still left a good impression.There is always a lot of hype when it comes to football games, mainly in Europe but...
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Review: Dragon Quest XI Echoes Of An Elusive Age

It's been a while since we've seen a new release of Dragon Quest. DQX came out in 2012 and DQXI in 2017 but unfortunately it was only available in Japan. Now Dragon Quest XI Echoes Of An Elusive Age is finally playable in the west for PS4 and PC. Dragon...
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Review: Dying Light: Bad Blood – Early Access

Techland is hard at work creating a worthy sequel to Dying Light. We have already been able to see Dying Light 2 during Gamescom 2018 , but before that, we can first get started with another game from Techland. <p><span style="vertical-align: inherit;"><span style="vertical-align: inherit;">We all know Dying Light. An open...
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Review: Shadow of the Tomb Raider

With Shadow of the Tomb Raider, the trilogy comes to an end. And what a beautiful ending it is. <p><span style="vertical-align: inherit;"><span style="vertical-align: inherit;">Shadow of the Tomb Raider, as everyone knows, revolves around Lara Croft. </span><span style="vertical-align: inherit;">In the first two parts she has grown into a true “Tomb Raider”,...
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Review: Boundless

Boundless, the new game from Wonderstuck where you can create your own story. A game that is sometimes reminiscent of Minecraft, but is so much more. But it still gave me a nostalgic feeling. In the game you can be an explorer, build impressive creations, network, roam or trade with...
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Review: Old School Musical

Everyone remembers Guitar Hero , right? Those good old days when you were throwing your guitar around the living room trying to get the highest possible score. Playdius Games  wants to bring this feeling back and thus recall a genre. What do we think of this idea? <p><span style="vertical-align: inherit;"><span style="vertical-align:...
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Review: NBA 2K19

  It's that time again, NBA throws another year on top with the 2019 variant on a centuries-long series. Yet 2K Games does it every year to make it a masterpiece, did they succeed this year?.. <p><span style="vertical-align: inherit;"><span style="vertical-align: inherit;">NBA is </span></span><i><span style="vertical-align: inherit;"><span style="vertical-align: inherit;">THE&nbsp;</span></span></i><span style="vertical-align: inherit;"><span style="vertical-align:...
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Review: Naruto to Boruto: Shinobi Striker

  There are so many anime fighting games coming out, some of them make it in this huge list, but not every anime game is equally good. Where will Naruto to Boruto: Shinobi Striker be placed? <p><span style="vertical-align: inherit;"><span style="vertical-align: inherit;">At Gamescom this year I got to play&nbsp; </span></span><i><span style="vertical-align:...
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Review: Marvel's Spider-Man

Spider-Man will be released on September 7 exclusively for the Playstation 4. It has been quiet for years about the Spider-Man titles on the console. Can Insomniac breathe new life into it on the Playstation? And do they know how to keep the pools of water in perfect condition? Read...
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Review: World of Warcraft: Battle for Azeroth

  Battle For Azeroth is the latest expansion for the most popular MMORPG in history: World of Warcraft. This expansion focuses first on the battle of Lordearon. The Horde has settled here in the Undercity and the Alliance wants to take back Lordearon. After this battle, both factions look for...
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Review: Madden NFL 19 – PC Edition

  After a ten-year absence from the PC platform, Madden NFL 19 has returned. Electronic Arts gave us the chance to check out this game, of course we didn't turn it down! <p><span style="vertical-align: inherit;"><span style="vertical-align: inherit;">The Madden NFL games are made to really show the player how this popular...
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Review: F1 2018

  Codemasters brings the Formula 1 season back to life in their new game F1 2018. A game full of improvements and updates regarding graphical but also gameplay aspects.  <h4><span style="vertical-align: inherit;"><span style="vertical-align: inherit;">What makes F1 2018 so different from its predecessors?</span></span></h4> <p><span style="vertical-align: inherit;"><span style="vertical-align: inherit;">Most people who are...
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Review: GoVacation

  The holiday period has been going on for a while now, many are traveling by plane or by car. But his journey can of course lead to a bit of boredom. And Nintendo is now responding well to that, via their Switch. With GoVacation you have a fun and...
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Review: Mario plays tennis in Mario Tennis Aces

  One takes the Nintendo Switch, you pick up Nintendo's most popular character and you pick up a sport. Voila, you have Mario Tennis Aces. <p><span style="vertical-align: inherit;"><span style="vertical-align: inherit;">We packed our tennis clothes, the joy con as a racket and joined Mario and his friends for a nice game...
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Review: Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus

Doom, Crash Bandicoot, Rocket League, NBA, Fifa and WWE. These are all titles that have been ported to the Nintendo Switch. Some of those titles were great additions to the handheld, could this title be too? <p><span style="vertical-align: inherit;"><span style="vertical-align: inherit;">By now everyone is familiar with Wolftenstein II: The New...
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Review: All-Star Fruit Racing

  The Mario Kart franchise is making karting games extremely popular and everyone is eager to grab a piece of the pie. Recently a new karting game has been released called: All-Star Fruit Racing. Does this title build on Nintendo's already excellent recipe? <p><span style="vertical-align: inherit;"><span style="vertical-align: inherit;">All-Star Fruit Racing...
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Review: Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker

Mario's little friend Toad is back with a new game and adventure. Captian Toad sets out again in search of the gold stars and diamonds. Together with his girlfriend Toadette, they are ready to walk through the various puzzles again. How entertaining is this new game: Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker?...
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Review: Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy (Switch)

  Every gamer is familiar with Crash Bandicoot. The first three games on the original Playstation might just be one of your first games of all time. A remaster of the original trilogy was released last year for the Playstation 4. It was recently released for Nintendo Switch, Xbox One...
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