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Asgard's Wrath

Asgard's Wrath Asgard’s Wrath is a fantastic action-adventure RPG that can stand with the best of them on consoles and PC, but the fact that it’s meticulously crafted for VR means it sits in a league of its own. Asgard’s Wrath represents something VR enthusiasts have been waiting for for …

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Ghost Recon Breakpoint Review – The Soul Of A Drone

Ghost Recon Breakpoint Review – The Soul Of A Drone Ghost Recon Breakpoint is a conflicted mess of an open-world experience. It is unreliable in almost everything it offers, from tactical firefights and enemy intelligence to open-world exploration and mission flow. Developer Ubisoft Paris also didn’t solve the issue of …

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Asgard's Wrath Review

Asgard's Wrath Review When I purchased my Oculus Rift over two years ago, my first great adventures in the headset consisted mainly of instant classics like Superhot VR, Robo Recall, and Lone Echo. Immediately, I saw the potential in experiencing games from true first-person perspective rather than just controlling your …

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GRID

GRID The game feels unfinished, radically different from the original Grid (2007). No career racer from the bottom to the top, no garage with theThe game feels unfinished, radically different from the original Grid (2007). No career racer from the bottom to the top, no garage with the team, not …

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Destiny 2: Shadowkeep Review – Setting The Stage

Destiny 2: Shadowkeep Review – Setting The Stage In a living game like Destiny 2, it’s almost impossible to separate the content of an expansion from the changes to the core game that accompany release. In the case of Shadowkeep, the distinction is especially hazy. In terms of new content …

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Call of Duty: Mobile Review

Call of Duty: Mobile Review The Call of Duty franchise is no stranger to mobile gaming, but the succinctly titled Call of Duty: Mobile is different. While I’ve already fought Call of Duty zombies on a phone and even used a Nintendo DS stylus to aim down sights (I don’t …

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