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Obduction Review: The Spiritual Sequel To Myst Comes To PS4

Cyan's Obduction is the spiritual sequel to Myst, one of the most popular PC games ever made. The new game has now made the leap to consoles and while the overall experience remains intact, it's not without a few bumps in the road.

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Destiny 2 Review: Eyes Up, Guardian

It's been three years since the launch of Destiny. That's three years for the team at Bungie to learn, grow and deliver a more robust, fully realized adventure with the recently released Destiny 2. So now for the big question: Did they rise to the occasion?

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Life Is Strange: Before The Storm - Episode 1 Review

Episodic games have become the home for narrative driven games that care more about their story than anything else. Life is Strange was a standout title in the genre and now a new prequel is following suit.

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LawBreakers Review: Teaching An Old Genre Some New Tricks

Arena shooters are a dime a dozen these days, so you wouldn't be faulted for taking a glance at LawBreakers and assuming it's yet another cookie-cutter addition to an increasingly crowded scene. Take it for a spin, though, and you might be surprised by the number of ways it sets itself apart from the pack.

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Archangel PSVR Review: Me And My Mech

Growing up on a healthy diet of sci-fi and anime, it's no surprise that one of my lifelong dreams is to one day pilot a mech. Since I don't see any governments starting a proper Jaeger program anytime soon, I realize that video games are likely the only place where this fantasy can become a reality. Thankfully, I've got games like Archangel tackling that task head-on.

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Splatoon 2 Review: A Brighter Shade Of Ink

The original Splatoon was Nintendo's unique take on the multiplayer shooter and while the result was undoubtedly Nintendo, the style and charm could not be denied. How does the sequel compare?

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Arizona Sunshine Review: Burning Bright On PSVR

Arizona Sunshine made quite the splash when it launched for virtual reality platforms on PC late last year, giving players a chance to blast their way through a smoldering zombie apocalypse. The game is now available for the PlayStation VR, but how well did it translate to Sony's home console?

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ARMS Review: A Solid Body Blow, But Maybe Not A Knockout

While Nintendo is a company whose success has mostly come from long-standing franchises, like Mario and Zelda, one need only look at the Wii U's Splatoon to see that even today, Nintendo is capable of creating brand new ideas which resonate with their core audience.

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Injustice 2 Review: Stronger Than Ever

When Injustice: Gods Among Us released back in 2013, it quickly became an unexpected gem of the fighting genre. In the movies, all a superhero sequel really needs is some new costumes, a bigger roster of characters and a narrative with even bigger stakes on the line. But does that formula translate over to video games, too?

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Mario Kart 8 Deluxe Review: More Of A Good Thing

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Symphony Of The Machine PSVR Review: Missing A Few Notes

The world is a barren wasteland and your job is to return life to this parched landscape. In Symphony of the Machine, you'll achieve this goal by taking part in the ancient, highly spiritual practice of strapping a VR headset to your face and solving puzzles in order to nurture potted plants.

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Yooka-Laylee Review: Too Stuck In The Past

Playtonic's Yooka-Laylee is finally here, proving to be a pretty solid love letter to platforming adventures of yesteryear. But while the team has successfully stuffed the game with old-school delights, it turns out that there is some truth to the adage, "you can never go home again."

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Mass Effect: Andromeda Review, A Good First Step, Which Is The Problem

To give Mass Effect: Andromeda a fair shake one needs to spend enough quality time with it. Now that this has been done, we ready to render a verdict on the new generation of Bioware's space RPG.

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Mario Sports Superstars Review: Not Quite The Big Leagues

Mario Sports Superstars is an ambitious compilation from Nintendo, cramming five sports games onto a single 3DS cartridge. But with a wider focus on a variety of activities, does this collection of athletic competitions still boast the expected Nintendo charm?

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Ace Attorney Has New Merch, And You Might Want Some Of Your Own

Capcom is celebrating the 15th anniversary of Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney. The series has become a breakout sensation and has contributed to massive success for both Capcom and Nintendo. Well, there's some new merchandise made available in celebration of the 15th anniversary milestone.

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