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REVIEW: Ys Origin (PS Vita) — ‘Classic Port? Ys Please’

Who would’ve thought a game with two consonants for a title would survive for over three decades? In fact, the series have been doing more than just survive, with the success of their last entry Ys: Memories of Celceta le...
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REVIEW: Wonder Boy: The Dragon’s Trap — ‘Same Can, New Label’

Introduction Many games of old have long since pivoted from their 2D platforming roots, but a good platformer can stand the test of time. Though many gamers today might never have heard of Wonder Boy, developer Lizardcube took ...
 
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GAME REVIEW: Tekken 7(PS4) — ‘Get Ready for The Next Battle’

The Tekken series has long been revered for being able to balance complexity and accessibility, a feat not many in the same field can claim. After two years of being exclusive to Japanese arcade platforms, Tekken 7 finally brin...
 
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REVIEW: Little Nightmares — ‘A Pleasant Little Nightmare’

Ever had a pleasant nightmare? A dream that’s creepy or disturbing but strangely also puts you into a state of utter tranquility? That’s how best I can describe my experience with Little Nightmares; Bandai NamcoR...
 
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Horizon Zero Dawn: Through The Eyes of the Machine — Photomode Review [Gallery]

Yes, we get it. Horizon Zero Dawn is incontrovertibly brilliant. No doubt, one of the best exclusives to ever grace this generation. You’d be remiss to let this title slip by etcetera etcetera. We won’t be wasting t...
 
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REVIEW: Digimon World: Next Order – Raising Your Own Digimon!

Digimon is one of the animes that I grew up watching. I lost track of the series as I grew older but it’s nice to see that they’re still around and they even have a new game. To review Digimon World: Next Order is a trip down m...
 
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