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This remake, two decades on, has the advantage of vastly updated visuals that hammer home the horror. But its true strength still resides in the carefully...

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It’s hard to decide what’s most surprising: that this is a free-to-play battle royale game, it's a new installment in the franchise, or it doesn't have the giant robotic “Titans”...

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This is a prime example of what you might call theatre of good intentions. It is performed by a multinational ensemble, many of whom are refugees,...

Motley Fool: Video game growth

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Atari Flashback Classics Review – Switch

In this day and age, we happen to be lucky enough to carry around a portable museum of gaming. One that obtains the imagination and history...

Review: Dead to Rights: Retribution – Slant Magazine

Dead to Rights: Retribution confirms that there’s minor value in setting the bar low. Simply performing basic gameplay mechanisms via a conventional controller remains one of...

[Review] ‘Distrust’ is an Interesting, if Inconsistent, Horror Management Experiment

Nobody trusts anybody anymore, they’re all very tired and that’s especially deadly. Our Distrust review finds out if the game channels the spirit of a John...

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