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Guacamelee 2 Review – An Excellent But Familiar Return To The Ring

Guacamelee 2 Review – An Excellent But Familiar Return To The Ring The first Guacamelee didn’t demand a sequel. It told a succinct and satisfying story, and fully explored its mechanics while nailing the Metroid style of exploration. Guacamelee 2 doesn’t radically change the gameplay established by the first game, …

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Guacamelee! 2 Review

Guacamelee! 2 Review Share. Drinkbox Studios delivers a round 2 knockout with its clever, challenging sequel. By Jonathon Dornbush Guacamelee 2 often had me laughing out loud. And just as often, it had me gripping my controller and gritting my teeth, trying not to be too frustrated with myself as …

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Death's Gambit

Death's Gambit It remains a challenging game, with some unexpected and surprising jolts, and a good background quality. If the team had applied more we would have had a worthy “rival” of Salt & Sanctuary, while at the moment the product of Ska Studio surpasses this Death’s Gambit at every …

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Monster Slayers (2017)

Monster Slayers (2017) Several times over the last week or so, I’ve considered whether to sit down with Nier, Horizon, Torment, or Gravity Rush 2. It’s a tough decision. They’re worlds you fall into. Each of them is the sort of game you play for several hours at a time. …

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Anamorphine

AnamorphineExplore the past as you resolve the present in Anamorphine, a surreal adventure of rendered emotions. Journey into the mind of the main character, a young man in denial. His subconscious is pushing him to face his past – or be consumed by it. Publisher: Artifact 5 Release Date: Jul …

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Hellblade: Senua's Sacrifice VR Edition

Hellblade: Senua's Sacrifice VR Edition Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice VR Edition is a remarkable achievement in visual and sound design. It’s a great example of how to port a non-VR third-person action game to the immersive realm of HMDs that not only stays true to the source material, but enhances the …

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