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Neon White turns you into a demon-hunting speedrunner

Neon White, the latest release from Donut County developer Ben Esposito and publisher Annapurna Interactive, combines elements from Quake, Persona,...

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Mario Strikers: Battle League makes soccer both simpler and more chaotic

Mario Strikers: Battle League takes the fundamentals of soccer and transforms them into a chaotic arcade game. It launches on June 10th on the...

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Playing Card Shark actually feels like cheating — in a good way

Card Shark is a delightful video game about cheating at cards that takes place in 18th-century France. It’s launching on Steam and Nintendo Switch....

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Marvel Snap is a speedy digital card game from former Hearthstone developers

Marvel Snap is a new collectible card game developed in collaboration with Marvel Entertainment and Second Dinner, a new game studio created by...

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Nintendo Switch Sports isn’t a must-own, but it’s a great party game

Nintendo Switch Sports, launching April 29th, is the spiritual successor of Wii Sports, making for a fun party game that makes good use of the...

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The incredible sci-fi mystery 13 Sentinels is a perfect fit for the Switch

13 Sentinels: Aegis Rim is an ambitious sci-fi mystery that was previously exclusive to the PS4, but a new version on the Nintendo Switch is an ideal...

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Chrono Cross remains strange and spellbinding in new remaster

Chrono Cross: The Radical Dreamers Edition is a remastered version of the PlayStation-era classic for the Nintendo Switch, PS4, Xbox One, and PC,...

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Kirby and the Forgotten Land is as sweet and slight as cotton candy

Kirby and the Forgotten Land for the Switch is the latest entry in Nintendo’s Kirby series which is celebrating its 30th anniversary this year....

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Ghostwire: Tokyo is creepy, thrilling, and a game that respects your time

Ghostwire: Tokyo is the latest game from The Evil Within developer Tango Gameworks, and it launches on March 25th for the PlayStation 5 and PC. They...

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Tunic is a Zelda-style adventure that rekindled my love of strategy guides

Tunic, a new game from developer Andrew Shouldice and Chicory: A Colorful Tale publisher Finji, features an in-game instruction manual that’s a joy...

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There’s still nothing quite like Gran Turismo

Gran Turismo 7 launches on the PS5 and PS4 on March 4th, and while contenders like Forza Motorsport have appeared, the game manages to get at what...

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Elden Ring is a sprawling fantasy epic so good I don’t want it to end

Elden Ring, created by Bloodborne developer FromSoftware, mixes elements of Dark Souls and Breath of the Wild into an open-world game that launches...

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Horizon Forbidden West’s incredible world is easy to get lost in

Horizon Forbidden West, the latest in the Horizon series from Sony studio Guerrilla Games, makes the case for being a bona fide next generation...

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Sifu’s toughest battle is with its own origins

Sifu, the newest game from Paris-based developer Sloclap, is a roguelike with a unique twist. It is a love letter to Chinese martial arts movies that...

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OlliOlli World captures the essence of skateboarding, and then makes it weird

Developer Roll7 has returned to its skateboarding roots with OlliOlli World, which launches on February 8th on the Switch, PS4, PS5, PC, and Xbox....

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Pokémon Legends: Arceus breathes new life into Pokémon

Pokémon Legends: Arceus launches on the Nintendo Switch on January 28th, and the game introduces a new, more open and dynamic structure to the...

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Final Fantasy VII Remake on PC just about gets the job done

Final Fantasy 7 Remake comes to the PC via the Epic Games Store on December 15th, and while it’s great to see the former PlayStation game on a new...

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Halo Infinite campaign review: playing the hits

Halo Infinite is the first new Halo campaign in six years, and it promises to shake up the series. But just how far does it go? Halo Infinite’s...

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Nintendo’s new Big Brain Academy turns brainteasers into a party game

Big Brain Academy: Brain vs. Brain on the Nintendo Switch follows Mario Party and WarioWare as part of the console’s growing library of party...

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Midnight Protocol is a cyberpunk hacking RPG that cuts out all the filler

Midnight Protocol, developed by LuGus Studios and published by Iceberg Interactive, is a turn-based narrative hacking roleplaying game with a...

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Forza Horizon 5 is the best road trip ever

Forza Horizon 5 takes the open-world racing series to Mexico with a gorgeous new release for PC, Xbox Series X and S, and Xbox One, as well as Game...

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Kid A Mnesia Exhibition is an unsettling and beautiful Radiohead art exhibit

Kid A Mnesia Exhibition is a virtual Radiohead art museum featuring music from Kid A and Amnesiac. It’s available Thursday for free on PC, Mac, and...

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Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy is a damn good superhero video game

Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy, developed by Eidos Montreal and published by Square Enix, is an unexpectedly delightful game with sharp writing...

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How Alan Wake Remastered strikes a balance between new and old

An interview with Remedy and D3T on the choices they made when bringing Xbox 360 classic Alan Wake back to life. The newly remastered version was...

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Metroid Dread is moody, cryptic, and frequently frustrating

Metroid Dread is the first new mainline Metroid game since 2002, and the Nintendo Switch title is an uneasy blend of moody exploration and...

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Lost Judgment is a better sequel with a messy story

Yakuza spinoff Judgment returns with the detective-focused sequel Lost Judgment, which is out now on the PS4, PS5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series S / X....

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Sable is an adventure made from the most chill parts of Breath of the Wild

Sable, developed by London-based Shedworks and out now on Xbox Game Pass and PC, is a game that values exploration above completing quest objectives....

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Echoes of the Eye injects a mystifying and scary microcosm into Outer Wilds

The $15 expansion for Outer Wilds, called Echoes of the Eye, is available now for PC, Xbox One, and PS4. The add-on brings another entity to the...

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