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A Fold Apart Review – Mixed Feelings

A Fold Apart Review – Mixed Feelings In relationships, couples navigate obstacles and seek solutions to life’s myriad problems together, which is often easier said than done. Taking another person’s feelings into account and compromising is a tricky balance. A Fold Apart, a 3D puzzle game, showcases this tightrope walk …

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Valorant Review in Progress

Valorant Review in Progress Nail-biting bomb plants, hip fire headshots, and magical flicks of the wrist are the tenets of Valorant. A single match from the closed beta of League of Legends developer Riot’s new 5v5 tactical hero shooter was enough to pique my curiosity. Now, 20 hours later, I’m …

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Cooking Mama: Cookstar Review

Cooking Mama: Cookstar Review With the bizarre (and seemingly disproven) allegations that Cooking Mama: Cookstar is a trojan horse for cryptocurrency mining on your Switch, it doesn’t help that Cookstar feels so suspiciously under-developed that it’s easy to believe it might have an ulterior motive. Have you ever walked past …

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The Room VR: A Dark Matter Review

The Room VR: A Dark Matter Review I was already amused with the intricately designed puzzle boxes The Room VR: A Dark Matter was asking me to solve after its first couple levels, but the moment I was really sold on this eery VR puzzler was when it shrank me …

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Half-Life: Alyx Review

Half-Life: Alyx Review One of the first things that struck me when I started playing Half-Life: Alyx was the dirt under Alyx Vance’s fingernails. It’s a simple thing, but it’s not often that you see that level of fine detail in a VR game. Usually, virtual hands are either low-detail …

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Control: The Foundation DLC Review

Control: The Foundation DLC Review Control, which I called Great in my 2019 review ahead of its win as IGN’s Game of the Year, left me the way most memorable games should: satisfied with its self-contained story, but wanting more from its universe. Its first major DLC expansion, The Foundation, …

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