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Ancient Amuletor Review

Ancient Amuletor Review (PlayStation 4)

Defending crystals has never felt so satisfying

July 3, 2017 - Although PlayStation VR is still in its infancy, there has been a surprising amount of variety so far. Ancient Amuletor is an addictive arcade-style shooter but is it worth making yourself look like a goof to play it?
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Tokyo Xanadu Review

Tokyo Xanadu Review (PlayStation Vita)

Ys meets Trails of Cold Steel

July 1, 2017 - Nihon Falcom have been creating some of the most memorable JRPGs for decades. Now that they've brought back their lesser-known Xanadu series, do they still have what it takes to make a worthwhile RPG?
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Valkyria Revolution Review

Valkyria Revolution Review (PlayStation 4)

More action, less satisfaction

June 27, 2017 - After three incredible strategic adventures, the Valkyria series finally has an action RPG spin-off. Seeing as switching genres isn't inherently a bad thing, does Revolution provide enough of an enjoyable campaign for series fans?
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Tinertia Review

Tinertia Review (PlayStation 4)

This cute robo bro sure is a capable little fellow

June 25, 2017 - Certain super-tough games can be extremely polarising. Tinertia offers loads of intensely challenging scenarios that gamers will either love or hate so let's start our rocket-jumping journey to finally find freedom.
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Blasting Agent: Ultimate Edition Review

Blasting Agent: Ultimate Edition Review (PlayStation 4)

Old-school shooting fun

June 23, 2017 - If gamers know one thing, it's that running around and shooting everything in sight is fun. Blasting Agent features a very retro approach to the run and gun genre so let's see if it provides enough explosive entertainment.
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River City: Knights of Justice Review

River City: Knights of Justice Review (3DS)

Kunio-kun goes medieval

June 21, 2017 - Whether he's chucking dodge balls or taking it to the streets, Kunio sure is one busy dude. Now that he's found himself in a medieval fantasy, let's see if he still knows how to kick ass.
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Dragon Bros Review

Dragon Bros Review (Xbox One)

Classic cooperative run and gun action

June 21, 2017 - Ever since Contra debuted 30 years ago, running and gunning with friends has been a winning formula. Dragon Bros retains this spirit of cooperative action in an impressively well put together package so get your trigger finger ready!
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A Hole New World Review

A Hole New World Review (Xbox One)

A potion-throwing good time

June 20, 2017 - Retro-inspired indie games that forge their own identity as opposed to merely emulating the classics are a rare breed. A Hole New World accomplishes this through its unique and undeniably fun gameplay so let's throw some potions at monsters!
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God Wars Future Past Review

God Wars Future Past Review (PlayStation 4)

A fantastic SRPG that would feel right at home on PS1

June 18, 2017 - Tactical turn-based RPGs sure have evolved a lot over the years. However, going back to basics can still result in an enjoyable gaming experience so let's see how God Wars Future Past's old-school approach holds up.
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E3 2017 Highlights: The Aftermath

E3 2017 Highlights: The Aftermath

An underwhelming year for the expo

June 16, 2017 - For over 20 years, the Electronic Entertainment Expo has been showcasing all of the noteworthy upcoming games and gaming technology. Now that E3 2017 has wrapped, let's take a look at some highlights (and lowlights) from the expo.
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