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Destroy All Humans review: less than advanced lifeforms

A new sequel has potential, and that comes through in the game’s better moments, but to revive this game for today’s audience leaves it feeling like invasion wasn’t worth the hyperdrive fuel.

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Superliminal review: now you’re thinking with perspective

Lots of first-person puzzlers can’t escape the Portal comparisons. Superliminal manages to overcome them by simply being the better game.

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SpongeBob SquarePants Battle for Bikini Bottom Rehydrated review: nostalgic nautical nonsense

SpongeBob SquarePants Battle for Bikini Bottom has long garnered more love than likely even its original studio imaged in 2003. In 2020, it’s pretty clear why, despite some problems with the revival.

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Bleeding Edge review: button-mashers need not apply

Coming from the same studio that gave us Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice, it may come as a surprise to first witness Bleeding Edge. Ninja Theory’s 4v4 arena brawler is colorful, brash, and exaggerated. It’s everything Hellblade is not.

Well, almost everything.

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Children of Morta review: a dungeon crawler’s dream

Children of Morta is a difficult but satisfying dungeon crawler best played when you make it a family affair like the titular clan themselves.

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MageQuit is an awesome party game that deserves to be an esport

MageQuit is one of the year’s best party games, but it’s so good that it has the potential to go beyond that and become a popular esport.

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Groundhog Day: Like Father Like Son review: worth your time(loop)

No one expected a Groundhog Day sequel, but virtual reality is weird enough to deliver one anyway. Fans of the movie should check it out.