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Rhythm fun for the whole family
November 21, 2017 - It's very rare to come across a multiplayer rhythm game that's actually enjoyable. Super Beat Sports features a simple yet satisfying collection of five games that you can play with friends so start tapping your toe and let's check it out!
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Four player shmup action
November 21, 2017 - Modern shoot 'em ups either feel like long-lost classics or interesting new experiences. As a follow-up to their mobile shooter from a few years back, Aces of the Luftwaffe: Squadron takes the series in a fresh direction but is it a war worth enlisting to?
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Loads of mini-games, little content
November 19, 2017 - After over a dozen parties, we finally have a portable collection of mini-games. Although there are tons of games to play in Mario Party: The Top 100, will the party last all night long or are you better off ditching early?
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Never tell me the (loot crate) odds!
November 18, 2017 - While in the midst of controversy, Star Wars: Battlefront II is now available digitally and on store shelves. You may be asking; is the vocal and frustrated fan base correct in their outrage?
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Blocky heroes assemble!
November 18, 2017 - There have been so many franchises represented in the long-running series of Lego games yet few are as enjoyable as ones featuring superheroes. Lego Marvel Super Heroes 2 is bursting with comic book action so get ready to deliver plastic justice.
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Roy Moore's GOTY
November 17, 2017 - If you've ever wanted to slay the undead while controlling a cast of teenagers in their undies then here's a game for you. School Girl Zombie Hunter is undeniably weird but does it at least offer enjoyable gameplay?
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Tabletop wars in virtual reality
November 16, 2017 - Commanding an army of toy soldiers, tanks, and helicopters sounds like a solid premise for a competitive real-time strategy game. However, does League of War: VR Arena manage to make its innovative core gameplay worthwhile?
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Anime boobies only go so far
November 15, 2017 - Once in a while, a game releases with an indiscernible genre yet it's intriguing nonetheless. Tokyo Tattoo Girls certainly looks like a promising game so let's fly to post-apocalyptic Japan and see what these girls are up to.
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Have your world turn upside-down
November 15, 2017 - It's been quite a long time since this gravity-defying 2D platform adventure initially debuted. So, is VVVVVV still worthwhile after over 7 years or has there been too much dimensional interference?
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Paint the town red
November 14, 2017 - You have to love it when underrated classic games get remade for modern consoles. de Blob delighted 3D platformer fans on the Wii almost a decade ago and it holds up beautifully so let's get this colourful party started!
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