Month: March 2020

Panzer Dragoon: Remake reviewed by Mike Epstein on Nintendo Switch. “Panzer Dragoon: Remake is a cool window back to a neat little corner of video game history. With modernized graphics acting as rose-tinted glasses to make it more visually pleasing than the 1995 original, this is a neat little arcade shooter that keeps things exciting
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Resident Evil 3 Single-Player reviewed by Lucy O’Brien on PlayStation 4 Pro. Also available on Xbox One and PC. “Like Resident Evil 2 before it, Resident Evil 3’s 2020 remake does an amazing job of recapturing the horror and tension of the late ’90s original while completely modernizing its gameplay. It plays like a 2020
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Bleeding Edge reviewed on PC by Kyle Campbell. Also available on Xbox One. “Bleeding Edge is an absolute ball when you’re clashing swords in the thick of a team fight or tweaking a fighter’s playstyle, so it’s a shame that the frustrating camera and lifeless ranged combat get in the way. There’s a lot of
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Reviewed by Mitchell Saltzman on PlayStation 4. Also available on Xbox One, PC, and Switch One Piece: Pirate Warriors 4 is a great One Piece game, and though it wears its many flaws on its sleeveless, red button-down top and straw hat, its smart additions to combat go a long way in reducing the notorious
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Borderlands 3: Guns, Love, and Tentacles reviewed on PC by Travis Northup. Also available on Xbox One and PlayStation 4. “Guns, Love, and Tentacles is a witty, solid expansion for Borderlands 3 that mostly plays it safe with a proven formula without introducing anything that makes it a must-play experience. Still, the environments and enemies
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Exit the Gungeon reviewed by Nic Vargus on Nintendo Switch. Also available on PC and iOS. “2019’s Enter The Gungeon was transcendent. It fused buttery-smooth combat, cutesy pixel art, and hilarious callbacks into a surprisingly deep roguelike-shmup. It had style, substance, and about a thousand different guns. Its spin-off, Exit the Gungeon, is a song
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We all have that pile of shame, those games we should have played but just never have. This series gives us the chance to make that pile just a little bit shorter. COMING SOON, you can join Lucy O’Brien, Max Scoville, and Brian Altano as they watch fellow Beyond! podcast host Jonathon Dornbush play through
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