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Panzer Dragoon: Remake Review

Panzer Dragoon: Remake Review Any Sega Saturn heads in the house? You kind of have to be to carry a torch for Panzer Dragoon, a 25-year-old cult classic 3D shoot-em-up series where people ride dragons like fighter jets, dodging and weaving past giant creatures and shooting down airships. That context …

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Resident Evil 3

Resident Evil 3 Resident Evil 3 is essentially a chain of action set-pieces, threaded together with a paper-thin story and a few too many cutscenes. This is the direction the series started to take post-Resident Evil 4, when it seriously lost its way and we ended up with the abysmal …

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Yes, Your Grace Review – Somber Victories

Yes, Your Grace Review – Somber Victories Uncertainty and second-guessing often go hand-in-hand with the most memorable moments in choice-driven games. When you know you can have a powerful impact on an experience, the stakes feel real. Yes, Your Grace is one of the most stressful games I’ve played, because …

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Resident Evil 3 Review

Resident Evil 3 Review Verdict Like Resident Evil 2 before it, Resident Evil 3’s 2020 remake does an amazing job of recapturing the horror and tension of the late ‘90s original while completely modernizing its gameplay. It plays like a 2020 game because it is a 2020 game. The classic …

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Borderlands 3: Guns, Love, and Tentacles

Borderlands 3: Guns, Love, and TentaclesA couple of familiar faces will be among the guests at the betrothed partners’ engagement celebration: former Vault Hunter Gaige is moonlighting as a wedding planner, joined as always by her badass robot BFF Deathtrap. Pay no attention to the gargantuan monster’s corpse nearby; this …

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Exit the Gungeon Review

Exit the Gungeon Review 2016’s Enter The Gungeon is transcendent. It fuses buttery-smooth combat, cutesy pixel art, and hilarious callbacks into a surprisingly deep roguelike-shmup. It has style, substance, and about a thousand different guns. Its spin-off, Exit the Gungeon, is a song with all those same notes, but sounds …

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