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The RPG Files: Yakuza Kiwami 2 Review

Admittedly, I'm not very familiar with Yakuza Kiwami 2's predecessors, but I was extremely excited to pick up this gorgeous action-adventure to plant my feet in Kamurocho for the first time. Just how was it?


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Mortal Shell Review: A Well Crafted Souls-Like with its own Twist

Back in the day Dark Souls (or Demon Souls if you're truly old school) made a big mark on the gaming community with its punishing gameplay. The game mechanics should be hard to master but ultimately work for you - not against. Enter Mortal Shell.


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The RPG Files: Fae Tactics Review

Fae Tactics achieves a rare feat in video games - being simplistic while simultaneously being overwhelming at the same time. Check out our review of this tactical strategy game.


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Not So MMO - A Total War Saga: TROY Review

A Total War Saga: Troy is the latest entry in the Total War franchise. How does the Trojan War and Bronze Age Aegean stack up in this latest release? Here's our review.


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Overwatch Re-Review - 2020 Edition

We're taking another look at Overwatch and updating our thoughts on how it stands for players looking to get into the multi-player hero shooter in 2020. Does the experience still hold up?


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Not So MMO: Orcs Must Die! 3 Review

Orcs Must Die! 3 brings the satisfying gameplay the series has been known for, however to Google Stadia. How does the latest entry into the series hold up?


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Legends of Aria Review

Legends of Aria is a sandbox MMORPG that pays tribute to the games that inspired it from MMOs of yesteryear. Matt breaks down his thoughts on the debut title from Citadel Studios. Here is our Legends of Aria review.


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The RPG Files: Ghost of Tsushima Review

Ghost of Tsushima is the latest exclusive for the PlayStation 4. Heavily inspired by samurai epics such as those from Akira Kurosawa, how does the latest game from Sucker Punch stack up?


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Not So MMO - Ancestors Legacy Nintendo Switch Review

Ancestors Legacy on Nintendo Switch is a port of the original RTS first launched on PC. How does the RTS experience stack up on the small, mobile console?


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Not So MMO: Desperados III Review

Desperados III is out and Red Thomas gives his take on how well the studio succeeded in the newest edition to the western-themed franchise. Red discusses gameplay, immersion, and of course the soundtrack as he notes the hits and misses in this virtual shooting gallery.


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The Outer Worlds Nintendo Switch Review

The Outer Worlds, from Obsidian Entertainment, was the surprise hit of late 2019. Just when we thought it couldn't get any better, all of that sci-fi goodness has finally been released on the Nintendo Switch. This is our review.


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Not So MMO: Disintegration Review on PC

With aspects of both a First-Person Shooter as well as a Real-Time Strategy games, Disintegration is a brand new type of game all on its own. But is it greater than the sum of its parts, or does it fail to even get off the ground? Here's our review of Disintegration.


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Valorant Review - Addicting, Fun, Flawed

For the last week, I've been heavily playing Riot Games' latest foray, Valorant. With several hours under me, Valorant accomplishes many things, notably, reminding us that Riot does indeed know how to build core gameplay experiences. However, it is not without its share of frustrations and flaws. This is our review of Valorant.


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The Elder Scrolls Online: Greymoor Review

The Elder Scrolls Online: Greymoor takes players back to Skyrim, adding a new main story, changes to the vampire skill line and a new Antiquities system. How does the latest Chapter in the ESO story hold up? Here's our review.


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The RPG Files: Xenoblade Chronicles Definitive Edition Review

Despite showing its age, Xenoblade Chronicles Definitive Edition lives up to being one of the greatest JRPGs in the last couple decades. Its story and gameplay are timeless and the amount of customizability and freedom that comes with the plethora of gear available makes it highly replay-able to boot. The additional content and the extra story epilogue makes this the best version of Xenoblade Chronicles available to date, as well as cements it as one of the best values in gaming on the Nintendo