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Pokemon Brilliant Diamond & Shining Pearl is great, but it's a far cry from the best version of Gen 4.
Grow is a therapeutic goldmine that wears its inspirations on its sleeve.
But you’re going to love some of it, too.
It seems that even though Jurassic World Evolution has evolved into this glorious sequel, you still have to deal with Velociraptors.
Shin Megami Tensei 5 is a punishing delight. It revels in its classic approach to combat and exploration with a distinct vision of the apocalypse.
When Demon Turf is speeding along, it's one of the best indie platformers in some time - it's just a shame it has some baggage slowing it down.
Riders Republic is an exciting, freeform extreme sports game that would benefit from keeping its mouth shut.
From janky gameplay to Weeping Angels that scream like children, Edge of Reality is a disappointing mess.
Mario Party Superstars goes heavy on nostalgia, but doesn't offer much else.
Lots of charm, but not enough challenge.
Turn on your engines and turn up the country, it's NASCAR time.
Guardians of the Galaxy is a little bit Mass Effect, a little bit Saints Row, and a little bit Duran Duran
Shadow Corridor's port to Nintendo Switch provides an exceptional survival horror experience.
New World is an entrancing game at its best, and an absolute soulless grind at its worst. Here's our 100 hour New World review.