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Tom Cruise gets plastic surgery
December 4, 2016 - After starring in his fifth Mission Impossible movie, Ethan Hunt takes on a whole new challenge: saving the world when he's only a couple of inches tall and made of blocky plastic.
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Finally, a good Ghostbusters game
December 1, 2016 - Ridding the physical realm of dastardly apparitions is a solid premise for a video game yet few are actually worth playing. Thankfully, Tokyo Twilight Ghost Hunters offers a unique spin on the concept so get ready to bust some ghosts!
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A racer that makes a splash
November 30, 2016 - Watercraft racing games are almost always a solid choice for adrenaline-inducing competitive action. Aqua Moto Racing Utopia now joins the Riptide franchise to offer another modern take on the genre so let's head to the races and make some waves!
Read more: Aqua Moto Racing Utopia Review
The seminal horror series creeps its way onto PlayStation 4
November 29, 2016 - This compilation brings together all three Amnesia titles into one terrifying package. Is it worth your time and sanity, or should you hide in a cupboard and wait for it to move on?
Read more: Amnesia Collection Review
Minecraft: Slime Edition
November 28, 2016 - This latest Dragon Quest spin-off is heavily inspired by the popularity of Minecraft. However, does it do enough to entice players who aren't as interested in the open-world block-building genre?
Read more: Dragon Quest Builders Review
A nostalgic journey with a fresh twist
November 26, 2016 - Over the years, there have been a few attempts to unify the many worlds within the Final Fantasy universe. World of Final Fantasy accomplishes that feat in a masterful way so mount your Chocobo and let's explore this new yet familiar territory.
Read more: World of Final Fantasy Review
It's not Zelda but it'll do, too
November 17, 2016 - You have to hand it to game developers who attempt to recreate a moment in gaming and succeed. Ittle Dew 2 brings a massive Zelda-inspired adventure to modern consoles so let's see if the stick is mightier than the sword.
Read more: Ittle Dew 2 Review
One day pen pal, next day detective
November 16, 2016 - I was intrigued by Root Letter as soon as I saw it being compared to the Phoenix Wright games. As a visual novel that prides itself on its similarities to such an awesome series, how well does it live up to its promise?
Read more: Root Letter Review
Batteries not included
November 14, 2016 - It's hard to understand what goes on in some indie game developers' heads. Small Radios Big Televisions is a psychedelic journey where you uncover cassette tapes and solve puzzles so hit "play" and let's see what it's all about.
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Sheep are just clouds with legs anyway
November 13, 2016 - Some games are built simply for some good old family fun. Clouds & Sheep 2 (a sequel to a few year old mobile title) is just that with plenty of cuteness and humour for young and old but does it hold up as a game?
Read more: Clouds & Sheep 2 Review