Battlefield 2042 Review by Stella Chung on PC. Also available on Xbox and PlayStation. Battlefield 2042 tries to do a lot, but only some of its experiments are worth celebrating. The 128 player matches of its All-Out Warfare modes definitely feel like too much for their own good a lot of the time, but its
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Jurassic World Evolution 2 reviewed by Leana Hafer on PC. Also available on Xbox and PlayStation. While I can’t quite endorse Jurassic World Evolution 2 as a robust park management sim, the area where it puts its main focus – the dinosaurs! – is engaging. Being able to hop into a tour looping around the
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Xbox Series X Review Update: One Year Later by Nic Vargas, narrated by Ryan McCaffrey. In the first year of the Xbox Series X, Microsoft has struggled to capitalize on its best-in-class power with a packed lineup of exclusives, but among the games it has delivered are some real winners, including Microsoft Flight Simulator and
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Reviewed by Tristan Ogilvie on Xbox Series X. Also available on PlayStation and PC. “Sherlock Holmes Chapter One presents an interesting set of mysteries to solve, but its open-world setting doesn’t really elevate its familiar investigation gameplay to a substantial enough degree, and its combat sections are uniformly dull and repetitive. There are certainly bursts
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