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Planet Of The Apes: Last Frontier Review

For whatever reason, our culture has decided that the movie is the ultimate expression of storytelling. Every TV show, book, and video game seems destined to have a film adaptation made of it.

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The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Review: Nintendo Switch Edition

When The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim first launched back in 2011, it was hailed as one of the most complete, engrossing open-world RPGs to ever steal hundreds of hours from your gaming life. Now, six years later, Dovahkiin has made the journey to the Nintendo Switch and we're left to wonder, has this epic adventure stood the test of time?

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Star Wars Battlefront II Review: The Dark Side Of The Force

Star Wars Battlefront II is a very good game. Unfortunately, all of that good stuff has been marred by weeks of controversy, a needlessly convoluted progression system and a laughably unrewarding in-game economy. Still, if you're willing to wade through the muck, you'll discover a lovingly crafted campaign, fun multiplayer modes and an experience that blasts pasts its predecessor at warp speed.

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LEGO Marvel Super Heroes 2 Review

Comic book superheroes have taken over the big screen, but their success within the video game world has been limited. Now a new game tries to throw every character they can think of at you.

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Doom Review: Nintendo Switch Edition

The announcement that Doom was making the jump to the Nintendo Switch surprised a lot of people. While the game is a mostly successful translation, it doesn't make the leap without a few stumbles.

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Rush: A Disney-Pixar Adventure Review

Games that were made exclusively for the Xbox 360 Kinect were never given a great deal of attention, even though the hardware was actually pretty impressive. To that end, it's nice that some of these games are being given a second chance.

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Disneyland Adventures Review

Previously an Xbox 360 title that worked exclusively with the Kinect, Disneyland Adventures has been updated for the Xbox One X and PC. How does the new edition compare?

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Call Of Duty: WWII Review - Back In The Trenches

In Call of Duty: WWII, everything old is new again. For the first time in a decade, the series returns to the trenches where it got its start and the boots-on-the-ground gameplay that helped define a genre. While frequently refreshing, this also left me with an overwhelming sense of déjà vu.

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Assassin's Creed: Origins Review

Assassin's Creed: Origins is the first game back after a long break for the previously annualized franchise. Did the long rest allow the series to come back refreshed?

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Life Is Strange: Before The Storm - Episode 2 Review

The first episode of Life is Strange: Before The Storm, was a compelling enough dramatic story that we were interested to see what would happen when the second episode came along. How does Episode 2 stack up?

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The Evil Within 2 Review

The original The Evil Within was viewed by many to a solid new entry, in the somewhat underserved genre of survival horror. How does the sequel stand up?

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Jackbox Party Pack 4 Review

The Jackbox Party Pack has become a fantastic way to enjoy some fun games with a large group of people that don't require explaining overly complicated rules and steep learning curves. The newest bundle includes several new games.

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Super Nintendo Classic Edition Review: Now You're Playing With Super Power...Again

Nintendo almost single-handedly brought video games back from the brink in the mid-1980s. However, it may have been the company's second console which really cemented video games as a major entertainment medium for generations.

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Pokken Tounament DX Review: Slightly More Of A Good Thing

The popularity of the Nintendo Switch has given new life to several titles than languished on the Wii U, the newest of those is Pokken Tournament.

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Marvel Vs. Capcom: Infinite Review: When Worlds Collide

This has turned out to be a pretty stellar year for fighting games and, despite some early misgivings, Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite doesn't buck that trend. While the package is a bit bare bones, you'll find everything you need to make some cross-universe dream teams and then kick the stuffing out of your opponents.

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