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The Good Life Review

The Good Life Review

Despite an interesting setting, tedious gameplay and poor performance makes The Good Life a disappointing outing for Swery.

by Cullen Black on 11 January, 2022

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Voice of Cards: The Isle Dragon Roars Review

Voice of Cards: The Isle Dragon Roars Review

More experienced gamers might bemoan the straightforward gameplay or lack of difficulty, but those who are interested in the charm and humour only need bring their cards to the table in Voice of Cards: The Isle Dragon Roars.

by Paige Chamberlain on 04 January, 2022

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Neptunia x Senran Kagura: Ninja Wars Review

Neptunia x Senran Kagura: Ninja Wars Review

This crossover will please fans of both series, but accomplishes little else.

by Nathan Lee on 27 December, 2021

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Super Robot Wars 30 Review

Super Robot Wars 30 Review

It only took 30 years, but a brand-new mainline SRW with a nice handful of recognizable anime IPs got an official worldwide simultaneous release and, it's pretty damn good.

by Josh Torres on 21 December, 2021

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Undernauts: Labyrinth of Yomi Review

Undernauts: Labyrinth of Yomi Review

Undernauts offers a nearly perfect entry point for folks looking to get into DRPGs.

by James Galizio on 16 December, 2021

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Dungeon Encounters Review

Dungeon Encounters Review

Dungeon Encounters is a certain type of RPG for a certain type of person. If you are a numbers-nerd who favors battles over story, this might be for you.

by Adam Vitale on 05 December, 2021

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Ruined King: A League of Legends Story Review

Ruined King: A League of Legends Story Review

Ruined King is an imaginative and comfortable RPG, even for players unfamiliar with League of Legends, but a lack of polish drags down the experience.

by Bryan Vitale on 01 December, 2021

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Pokemon: Brilliant Diamond & Shining Pearl Review

Pokemon: Brilliant Diamond & Shining Pearl Review

Pokemon: Brilliant Diamond & Shining Pearl bring Generation IV to Switch, warts and all - along with a new set of strengths and weaknesses.

by James Galizio on 29 November, 2021

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Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic Switch Review

Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic Switch Review

BioWare's legendary first trip to a galaxy far far away is now available on the Nintendo Switch with a solid port that is an easy recommendation for new and old fans alike.

by Scott White on 11 November, 2021

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Blue Reflection: Second Light Review

Blue Reflection: Second Light Review

Blue Reflection: Second Light is a laid-back JRPG and a great improvement from its predecessor that makes several refinements across the board.

by Chao Min Wu on 08 November, 2021

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Shin Megami Tensei V Review

Shin Megami Tensei V Review

Atlus has never made a game like Shin Megami Tensei V before, for better and for worse. Despite some changes, the fifth entry is a solid continuation of a long-lived series.

by Adam Vitale on 04 November, 2021

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Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy Review

Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy Review

Eidos Montral has actually flarkin' done it - Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy may not be much of an RPG, but it delivers a heart-warming Marvel adventure that has an identity all its own.

by George Foster on 24 October, 2021

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Ender Lilies: Quietus of the Knights Review

Ender Lilies: Quietus of the Knights Review

Ender Lilies is a captivating sidescroller RPG with a well-told compelling story, beautiful music, and solid gameplay.

by Adam Vitale on 03 October, 2021

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Unsighted Review

Unsighted Review

A pixel-art Metroidvania-like action game that looks great, and plays well, but has a few odd design components.

by Adam Vitale on 03 October, 2021

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Astria Ascending Review

Astria Ascending Review

Not exactly the stairway to heaven.

by Quinton O'Connor on 29 September, 2021

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Mary Skelter Finale Review

Mary Skelter Finale Review

The third entry to this dungeon crawler series is not much more than average, offering a disappointing overextended Finale to the Mary Skelter franchise.

by Chao Min Wu on 28 September, 2021

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Eastward Review

Eastward Review

Eastward has been in the works for a while. Finally, it’s time to head eastbound across the train tracks to an action adventure game filled with stunning visuals and an endearingly quirky cast.

by Paige Chamberlain on 16 September, 2021

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Dodgeball Academia Review

Dodgeball Academia Review

Brazilian indie studio Pocket Trap captures the creative spirit of 90's cartoons in this odd marriage between the sport of dodgeball and traditional RPGs.

by Josh Torres on 19 August, 2021

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The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword Review

The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword Review

Skyward Sword HD is a welcome improvement to the original game, but will likely do little to change the minds of any detractors.

by Nathan Lee on 31 July, 2021

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Fuga: Melodies of Steel Review

Fuga: Melodies of Steel Review

CyberConnect2's first self-published work delivers, hopefully setting the tone for a bright new future for the company.

by James Galizio on 28 July, 2021

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The Great Ace Attorney Chronicles Review

The Great Ace Attorney Chronicles Review

The Great Ace Attorney is the series at its very best, elevating the series to new heights.

by James Galizio on 26 July, 2021

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NEO: The World Ends With You Review

NEO: The World Ends With You Review

NEO: The World Ends With You does a wonderful job recapturing what made this formula work so well on the DS, but in a more approachable way.

by Cullen Black on 26 July, 2021

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Cris Tales Review

Cris Tales Review

This love letter to classic JRPGs has a lot of heart & charm, but is a bit rough around the edges.

by Adam Vitale on 25 July, 2021

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Monster Hunter Stories 2 Review

Monster Hunter Stories 2 Review

Monster Hunter Stories 2 manages to improve upon nearly every aspect of the original game, though some lingering issues continue to hold the series back from true greatness.

by James Galizio on 07 July, 2021

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World's End Club Review

World's End Club Review

World's End Club comes from a legacy of murder mystery visual novels. However, this lighthearted successor doesn't quite meet the same standard. A wholesome but underwhelming tale.

by Jess Reyes on 26 June, 2021

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