Splatoon 3’s Multiplayer reviewed by Brendan Graeber on Nintendo Switch. Building from the solid foundations of its predecessors, the deluge of impressive quality of life changes and exciting improvements Splatoon 3 brings make it hard to imagine the ink-based shooter series as it was before this. More than just a simple upgrade, its array of
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Reviewed by Tristan Ogilvie on PC. Also available on PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X|S. “Metal: Hellsinger is an enjoyably rhythmic riff on the metal-propelled mayhem of modern Doom, but its short length and modest variety in weapons and boss fights means it feels more like an energetic but unfinished collection of garage demos than
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Disney Dreamlight Valley reviewed in early access by Travis Northup on Xbox Series X, also available on PlayStation, Nintendo Switch, and PC. An awesome life simulator that flexes its iconic characters to riveting, satisfying effect. Adding these instantly recognizable villagers to your magical kingdom and forging friendships with them through quests is a blast, even
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