Team Sonic Racing Review - More Fun with Friends

Team Sonic Racing Review - More Fun with Friends

Dear reader, it is my duty to inform you that while Team Sonic Racing does not top Transformed in terms of track selection, represented franchises, or the polish of its physics and challenges, it does introduce a lot of interesting and unique ideas to the kart racing sub-genre and delivers a thrilling set of challenges and often-refreshing mechanics that make for synergistic co-op play.

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Catan Review - Building, Trading, and Dominating... But Bugs are Aggravating

Catan Review - Building, Trading, and Dominating... But Bugs are Aggravating

it’s a bit difficult to whole-heartedly recommend this digital iteration of Catan for the Nintendo Switch. I surely enjoyed my time playing through the unique challenges of the campaign and facing off against unfair bots, but then again, I am a battle-hardened fan of the series seeking to constantly improve my game.

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They are Billions Review - Swarm Management 101

They are Billions Review - Swarm Management 101

They are Billions is an RTS (real-time strategy) game that lets you build your community and live off the land… until a horde of undead attacks your (hopefully) well-equipped society. I played the PS4 version of They are Billions and loved what the folks at Numantian Games created, but feel the console version is not the best way to properly appreciate this zombie apocalypse.

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Tom Clancy's The Division 2 Review - Shoot, Loot, Repeat

Tom Clancy's The Division 2 Review - Shoot, Loot, Repeat

It’s a pity Massive Entertainment can’t seem to make a good story out of what I think is an interesting universe set in the modern world, but as it stands, despite its shortcomings, The Division 2 is one of the best looter shooters out today. If you’re new to the genre, you can’t go wrong here. And for those coming from other looter shooters, you might get a kick out of what they have waiting for you at the end.

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Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice Review - Bushido blades and Postured knaves

Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice Review - Bushido blades and Postured knaves

Deep down, Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice is an amazing action-adventure game and a fresh departure from the titles that FromSoftware built its reputation on. Sekiro’s still a difficult game, but it rewards players who are eager to learn how to play and use the tools and abilities given to them.

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Days Gone Review - Man vs. Swarm

Days Gone Review - Man vs. Swarm

Days Gone has characters that make you smile, and a trusty bike ready to take you away. For while some irritations persisted during my playthrough – such as the technical irregularities that need to be patched – that its encounters provide a real sense of accomplishment makes it an open world worth exploring.

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Far Cry New Dawn Review - Hope County. Hope County Never Changes

Far Cry New Dawn Review - Hope County. Hope County Never Changes

New Dawn delivers a shallow exploration of its premise and is more interested in the sheer anarchic fun of a fully refined playground of carnage. That’s fine for a game that continues to indulge in the franchise’s weirdest excesses while fine tuning its formula for maximum fun.

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