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Viewfinder Review

Viewfinder's core gameplay mechanic is brilliant, but it fails to live up to its full potential due to a weak narrative and short length.

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Aliens: Dark Descent Review

While Aliens: Dark Descent struggles against some of its own choices and troublesome bugs, a compelling, strategic experience awaits beyond.

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Dave the Diver Review

On the surface, Dave the Diver might look like a shallow adventure, but its characters and eccentricities make it a much deeper and enjoyable game.

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Crash Team Rumble Review

Crash Team Rumble is a lot more fun than one might expect, but it may not have the legs other multiplayer games do.

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Final Fantasy 16 Review

Final Fantasy 16 ushers the series into a new era with its action focus, but its respect for the fundamentals are what makes this entry great.

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Story of Seasons: A Wonderful Life Review

Farming sim Story of Seasons: A Wonderful Life is a mediocre experience that doesn’t keep up with other modern offerings in the genre.

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Layers of Fear Review

The 2023 Layers of Fear game is absolutely gorgeous, but it is little more than a spruced-up collection of Bloober Team's weakest games.

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Planet of Lana Review

Gorgeous indie platformer Planet of Lana is a great example of the genre, presenting a beautiful world, charming story, and some decent puzzles.

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Amnesia: The Bunker Review

Amnesia: The Bunker is a genuinely scary horror game with a lot to like, but it's also the weakest entry in the Amnesia series so far.

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Star Trek: Resurgence Review

Star Trek: Resurgence has the name recognition of a beloved franchise but that is not enough to make the new story-driven game fun.

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Diablo 4 Review

Diablo 4 has used the lessons of its past to create a massive and enjoyable experience that fans and newcomers alike with be playing for a long time.

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Street Fighter 6 Review

Street Fighter 6 puts more work into broadening its appeal than any other fighting game, all while giving old fans almost everything they could want.

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The Lord of the Rings: Gollum Review

Besides being a complete technical mess, The Lord of the Rings: Gollum is far from interesting and feels like it goes out of its way to not be fun.

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Warhammer 40,000: Boltgun Review

Warhammer 40,000: Boltgun features all the best and worst qualities of old-school first-person shooter games from the 90s.

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After Us Review

Piccolo’s indie platformer After Us offers a well-rounded gameplay experience while delivering a clearcut message that’s blunt but not overbearing.

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Final Fantasy Pixel Remaster Switch Review

Final Fantasy Pixel Remaster is an excellent way to experience RPG history with new additions that more than make up for some oddities.

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Ravenlok Review

Ravenlok is a short, simple, and sweet adventure that's an absolutely perfect fit for the Xbox Game Pass subscription service.

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Redfall Review

Redfall players are in for a fun time killing vampires, but little more than that can be said about the otherwise shallow experience.

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Mr. Sun’s Hatbox Review

Indie roguelite Mr. Sun’s Hatbox offers an experience that’s equal parts fun and frustration, at least in the first few hours when it matters most.

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Star Wars Jedi: Survivor Review

Star Wars Jedi: Survivor packs a slew of features into one safe package, while its story fails to reach the same highs as Fallen Order.

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