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Cities VR review - More town than metropolis

Cities VR is a great city-builder, and while it lacks the features of Cities Skylines, it's still an enjoyable way to play.

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Zombie Army 4 Nintendo Switch review - Bullets for brains

Zombie Army 4: Dead War has arrived on the Nintendo Switch and Rebellion has proved the action is just as explosive on the small screen.

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Rogue Legacy 2 review - A near-perfect sequel in every sense

Rather than trying to reinvent the wheel, Rogue Legacy 2 hones in what made the original so great for an even deeper experience.

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Nintendo Switch Sports review - Nostalgic fun with a competitive edge

Nintendo Switch Sports is 2022's most enjoyable game to play with friends, and it's only likely to get better with DLC and online play.

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Roguebook review – Deck-building fun suffers on Switch

Deck-building roguelike Roguebook has released on the Nintendo Switch, delivering a solid take on the popular genre.

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MotoGP 22 review: A sim racer with a steep learning curve

MotoGP 22 offers a deep and rewarding superbike simulator, but accessibility barriers continue to hold it back from greatness.

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Addison Rae's Alani flavor review: A berry-licious delight with 0 guilt

Addison Rae teamed up with Alani Nu to unleash a Berry Pop flavor energy drink earlier this year. Here's our verdict on the product.

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Dr Disrespect's cherry Game Fuel flavor review: A drink fit for the Champions Club

Dr Disrespect’s Champion Citrus Cherry is the drink of choice for the Champions Club elite, but how's it actually taste? Read to find out.

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MLB The Show 22 review - Shotime shines in step forward for series

MLB The Show 22 offers a solid entry into the long-running baseball franchise with small gameplay upgrades, and here's what you can expect.

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MLB The Show 22 review - Shotime shines in step forward for series

MLB The Show 22 offers a solid entry into the long-running baseball franchise with small gameplay upgrades, and here's what you can expect.

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LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga review - A franchise-defining adventure

LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga is a sleek action-adventure with RPG elements, plenty of open-world exploration, and boatloads of slapstick humor.

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Weird West review - A dream for Dishonored fans

Weird West is as downright bizarre as the title suggests, but it backs it up with impressively nuanced "immersive sim" gameplay.

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Tiny Tina's Wonderlands review - The funniest Borderlands game ever

Vault hunters and vicious psychos have been swapped out for magical lands and spells, but does Wonderlands do enough to be different?

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Kirby and The Forgotten Land review - One of Switch's best platformers is just too easy

Kirby and The Forgotten Land is an excellent platformer that stands alongside some of the Switch's best, despite lacking in challenge.

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Is Mario Kart 8 Deluxe: Booster Course Pass Wave 1 worth it?

Mario Kart 8 Deluxe's first wave of DLC is a reminder of just why Nintendo's kart franchise is so enduring. Here's our review.

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A Memoir Blue review - Simple design makes way for beautiful presentation

A Memoir Blue is a captivating indie game that effectively conveys its story without leaning on even a single line of dialogue.

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Stranger of Paradise: Final Fantasy Origin review - Action-RPG is bizarre fun

Stranger of Paradise: Final Fantasy Origin is the latest Final Fantasy spin-off and the series first foray into 'Souls-like' gameplay.

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Tunic review - A charming adventure with secrets around every corner

Cute, challenging, and mysterious, Tunic is a beautifully-crafted isometric action-adventure that was well worth the six-year wait.

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Chocobo GP review – Final Fantasy racer really needs a mechanic

Square Enix's Chocobo GP may be absolutely adorable, but it lacks the oomph to required to sit at the top of the racing game food chain.

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MrBeast Burger Shrek's Quesadilla review: Not to be ogre-looked

Somebody once told me the world is gonna roll me, I ain't the sharpest quesadilla in the shed… or something.

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Triangle Strategy review - An excellent tactical RPG that talks too much

Square Enix's latest Switch exclusive turn-based tactical RPG is here, but is it worth playing? Here's our Triangle Strategy review.

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Horizon Forbidden West review - A triumphant sequel in familiar territory

Horizon Forbidden West is a superb sequel that offers improved world-building, stunning visuals, and epic machine battles. It's a must-play PS5...

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Aztech: Forgotten Gods review – A futuristic world trapped in the past

Aztech: Forgotten Gods is an innovative blend of old meets new, but unfortunately it's let down by some serious operational problems.

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Babylon's Fall review - Soulless RPG is just not fun to play

Babylon's Fall is sadly one of 2022's worst games so far. Find out why with our full Babylon's Fall review.

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Ghostrunner: Project Hel review – This cyber samurai lacks some bite

While Ghostrunner's Project Hel DLC is a much needed addition to the cyberpunk-style franchise, is it worth it? Here's our review.

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Prime Hydration review: Logan Paul & KSI hit a home run with new drink

After launching on January 4, 2022, Logan Paul and KSI's new 'Prime Hydration' proves to be a solid contender in the sports drink...

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Gran Turismo 7 review - The best driving simulator on PlayStation

Gran Turismo 7 sees Polyphony Digital's legendary racing game get its first outing on the PlayStation 5. Here's our Gran Turismo 7 review.

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Guild Wars 2 End of Dragons review – The jade-tinted revival of a classic MMO

Guild Wars 2 End of Dragons may look absolutely beautiful, but is it enough to attract people back ArenaNet's age old MMORPG franchise?

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