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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Persona 5 Royal reviewed by T.J. Hafer on PlayStation 4 Pro. “Persona 5 was already a strong front-runner for being the best JRPG ever made, and Royal really gets me wondering what else could even compete. The excellent story and its lovable, multidimensional characters along with the challenging, tactical combat are all refined and back
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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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IGN’s Jonathon Dornbush reviews Remedy’s first major expansion for IGN’s 2019 Game of the Year winner, Control. Watch Jonathon’s review of The Foundation DLC to see new gameplay and find out his impressions how this return to the world of Control fares. #ign #gaming
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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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