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Prey Review Pc

As with anything evolutionary, often game design is a constant series of iterations and variations on ideas that have come before. Tracing a game’s digital and creative dna is just part of what we do as interested gamers. In the case of Prey, it isn’t…

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OVERWATCH REVIEW

Ten years ago, Blizzard never would have made OVERWATCH. This is not a knock on either the company or the game. It’s simply the state of the industry right now. Blizzard was once known for its juggernaut of an mmo and other big-budget sequels. What…

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Ori and the Will of the Wisps (for PC)

Excellent (4.5) Bottom line Ori and the Will of the Wisps extends the impressive legacy of the original ori game, with similarly stunning visuals, controls, and level designs.Us street price$29.99 Pros Perfect platforming controls. Lush presentation. Clever level design. Added gameplay flexibility, such as autosaves…

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Wot I Think: Nier Automata

Nier: Automata [official site] is unpredictable, from beginning to end(s). What begins as a robot-smashing action game with gargantuan bosses soon becomes an open world RPG, then a bullet hell circus nightmare with confetti and corpses, and then something else entirely. To describe all of…

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NACON PRO COMPACT CONTROLLER REVIEW

Manufacturer: NACON Where to buy: NACON Rrp: £49.99 or region equivalent Third party pads have generally had a rough deal over the years. I remember getting a few for my mega drive that couldn’t match sega’s official ones, and even in more recent times they…

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Modern Combat 5: eSports FPS

Game is old, but still its a gold. There was a time when we do not have revolutionary games like Pubg or Call of Duty Mobile with battle royale mode. But don’t underestimate the power of mobile gaming industry from 20011 to 2018. We all…

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