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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Tales of Vesperia: Definitive Edition Review - Ten Years Later, The Complete Story

Tales of Vesperia: Definitive Edition Review - Ten Years Later, The Complete Story

Whether you’re a diehard fan of the series, recall enjoying the original game enough to play it the way it was intended, or are just in the mood for a good, solid JRPG, I highly recommend Tales of Vesperia: Definitive Edition. I know it scratched my JRPG itch.

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Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Review - Masahiro Sakurai’s Magnum Opus

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Review - Masahiro Sakurai’s Magnum Opus

Ultimate’s single-player and online efforts may have some issues, but the core game itself is refined to a T. Mr. Sakurai and his team, aided by the input of professional Japanese Smash players, really outdid themselves with the most polished and satisfying mechanics and roster we’ve seen in a Smash title yet.

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