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6.5
Forspoken PlayStation 5 Review

Originally unveiled as Project Athia back in 2020, Forspoken tells the story of Frey, a New Yorker who sees themselves sucked into the fantasy world of Athia at the time of its greatest peril. How does Square Enix's latest AAA IP stack up though, and is Athia a world worth jumping down the rabbit hole to explore?


7.5
Side Quests: Warhammer 40,000: Darktide Review

Shane took the latest Warhammer 40,000-based game for a spin, earning favor with the God-Emperor in Darktide. But how does the co-op multiplayer extraction shooter fare?


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High on Life Review

High on Life is a game developed by Squanch Games. It is a fun romp through a unique world created by Justin Roiland, co-creator of Rick and Morty. So long as players are prepared for the style of humor of Rick and Morty this is an enjoyable experience. It has slick visuals with constantly wise-cracking guns all wrapped up as a decent FPS. Check out Kevin's review.


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The RPG Files: Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII Reunion Review

With the Final Fantasy VII Remake story train now barreling down the tracks, it was only a matter of time before Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII reappeared over a decade after its launch, built from the ground up for a new audience. Does it work?


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Marvel's Midnight Suns Review - An Excelsior Tactical Strategy RPG

Marvel's Midnight Suns provides robust strategy, a nuanced story, and character creation, but how does it stack up against other Tactical Strategy RPGs? Let's dive in with our Marvel's Midnight Suns review.


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World of Warcraft: Dragonflight Review

It's been three weeks since Dragonflight, the newest expansion for World of Warcraft launched; with the first Season of content and raiding well underway, it is time to finally put a number to this expansion. How does it stack up? Here's our review of World of Warcraft: Dragonflight.


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The RPG Files: Pokemon Scarlet And Violet Review

Pokemon Scarlet and Violet are the two newest entries into the mainline Pokemon series, bringing an open world to the whole of the game for the very first time. But does the experience hold up to make for an exciting new Pokemon title, or do the technical issues weigh it down like a Snorlax? Here's our review.


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Embers Adrift Review: A Stormy Experience

Embers Adrift is the new kid on the block, having released after years in development last month by developer Stormhaven Studios. But does it stack up well, and is it worth the asking price and recurring subscription? Here's our review.


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Dual Universe Review - Flawed Ambition

Dual Universe is ambitious. It aims to create a living, breathing player-driven universe where every interaction is driven by the players, but ultimately falls well short thanks to an unpolished, unfinished experience.


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The RPG Files: God of War Ragnarok Review

God of War Ragnarok follows up 2018's excellent installment in the franchise, putting players back in the shoes of Kratos. Big shoes to fill again, so does Ragnarok deliver a thrilling conclusion to the duology? Read on in our review.


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World of Warcraft: Wrath of the Lich King Classic Review

Robin has been plodding along in Wrath of the Lich King Classic since it launched last month, and has now gotten to a point where she can render a verdict. Does the World of Warcraft Classic expansion hold up? Find out in our review.


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Side Quests: Victoria 3 Review

Victoria 3 is a behemoth of a strategy simulation, and Bradford has spent nearly 60 hours diving headlong into the politics and economics of the Victorian Age. So how does it hold up and is it a worthy addition to Paradox's lineup?


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The RPG Files: A Plague Tale: Requiem Review

A Plague Tale: Requiem is a sequel to 2019's excellent A Plague Tale: Innocence. Has the dev team at Asobo knocked it out of the park a second time? Check out our review.


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Gotham Knights Review - The RPG Files

Gotham Knights is coming out this week after multiple delays, but did the extra time help it achieve greatness? Learn more in our review.


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Overwatch 2 Review

Overwatch 2 is simply more Overwatch - which is to say it's quite good. The changes are meaningful, and while there are issues and problems with the free-to-play sequel, the foundations there are very, very good. Read more in our review.