Month: April 2022

The Stanley Parable Ultra Deluxe reviewed by Tom Marks on PC. Also available on PlayStation, Xbox, and Nintendo Switch. The Stanley Parable’s base game truly holds up almost a decade later, both in its hilarious narrated writing and the clever satire that houses it. Ultra Deluxe may seem like little more than a decent lighting
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Nintendo Switch Sports was reviewed on Nintendo Switch by Colin Stevens. Nintendo Switch Sports, like Wii Sports and Wii Sports Resort before it, is best played as a party game, broken out for any gathering that needs a quick injection of goofy, active fun. While its sparse mixture of old and new sports varies in
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Yes, at least eFootball 2022 does now have a fully-fledged mode to take it past the point of being a demo, but it’s still lacking so much more than you’d expect from a 1.0 version of a game. eFootball is currently out as a free-to-play game on PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One, PC,
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Galactic Civilizations 4 reviewed on PC by Kris Cornelisse. After completing a few campaigns I’m left struggling to find reasons to come back to Galactic Civilizations IV. What few new ideas it brings to the space 4X genre prove to be poorly implemented and ultimately uninteresting, with promising features like Sectors and Galactic Challenges missing
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Dune: Spice Wars Early Access reviewed by Leana Hafer on PC. Overall, I’m very impressed so far with Dune: Spice Wars. There are some balancing issues with the victory conditions and espionage mechanics, as well as the kind of minor bugs you’d expect from early access, but it’s a layered, clever, generally well-balanced RTS with
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