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Vehicle destruction that feels burned-out
June 10, 2017 - Back in 2002, Burnout 2 introduced gamers to Crash mode where you try and cause as much destruction as possible. 15 years later, Danger Zone is here to reintroduce this chaotic premise in a crazy new puzzle-like campaign full of car-crashing fun.
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Multiplayer platforming with dissociative identity
June 9, 2017 - The idea of a multiplayer platformer that puts you and your friends in challenging situations sounds awesome. However, does Jump Stars' gameplay live up to its clever premise?
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I'm not even supposed to be here today!
June 9, 2017 - In Randall, you play as the titular character, a brash young man who wakes up in a bizarre dystopian world that he knows very little about. He'll need to explore this place to hopefully find answers and eventually escape.
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Build it up and fight it out
June 8, 2017 - You have to hand it to game developers who bring back long-lost hidden gems. As a DS classic from almost a decade ago, Lock's Quest is now available for modern consoles so let's see how it fares on the big screen.
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A slow descent into madness
June 6, 2017 - The Town of Light has an intriguing premise that blends a real-life setting with a fictitious personal story. However, do the two combine to create a compelling gameplay experience?
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Anti-gravity racing returns in a must-have compilation
June 5, 2017 - The WipEout series has always stood out amongst its peers by offering unique, fast-paced, and varied racing. Although fans won't get a new experience here, is being treated to a graphically superior collection good enough to tide them over?
Read more: WipEout Omega Collection Review
Fun 2D platforming with kooky virtual pals
June 4, 2017 - There are so many side-scrolling platformers out there that it's hard to keep up. Thankfully, Shu provides a unique twist on the typical formula and now that it's available for Vita, let's take a look at how it holds up in such a crowded genre.
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Finally, a Power Rangers RPG
June 2, 2017 - Some game premises are simply built for success. Chroma Squad is a strategy RPG that is clearly inspired by Mighty Morphin Power Rangers so let's see if this combination adds up to a morphin' good time.
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For fans only
June 1, 2017 - Aquaplus' adult-oriented visual novel / strategy RPG hybrid has finally made its western debut. Utawarerumono: Mask of Deception is an intriguing game indeed but is it held back by its limited niche appeal?
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Bite-sized dungeon fun
May 31, 2017 - System Prisma's charming little classic dungeon series is back with a brand new third title after more than five years since the previous one. However, does the simplistic dungeon-based action RPG gameplay hold up in 2017?
Read more: Cladun Returns: This is Sengoku! Review