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Infinity Strash Dragon Quest Dai Cover Art showing Dai, Popp, Maam, and Hyunkel. 1
"An Anime Rewatch" - Infinity Strash: DRAGON QUEST The Adventure of Dai Review
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Infinity Strash: DRAGON QUEST The Adventure of Dai relives iconic moments and battles from the anime, but it's too light on actual gameplay.

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Paleo Pines Key Art showing a boy on a blue dinosair. 1
"A Laid Back And Lighthearted Adventure": Paleo Pines Review
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Paleo Pines puts a fun dinosaur spin on the cozy genre and offers some truly unique gameplay, but sparseness in other areas dampens the experience.

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Mineko's Night Market Key Art showing the title, Mineko, and Nikko running. 1
"A Creative & Relaxing World": Mineko's Night Market Review
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The beautiful world, sharp writing, and creative crafting of Mineko's Night Market make it easier to overlook its handful of bugs and shortcomings.

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Horizon Chase 2 Cover Art with a purple race car driving near a bridge and ocean with the logo above it 1
"Exactly What An Arcade Racing Game Should Be" - Horizon Chase 2 Review
4.5

Horizon Chase 2 has the feel of a 90s arcade racing game, but with smooth updated graphics and online multiplayer options to bring it up to date.

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"Smart, Fun, And Chaotic In Every Way" - Payday 3 Review
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Payday 3 offers a new story & more refined gameplay, but struggles to deliver the former or create a smooth onboarding process for new players.

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Cyberpunk 2077: Phantom Liberty's Songbird looking distraught against a red background. 1
"Electrifying, Emotional, And Full Of Twists" - Cyberpunk 2077: Phantom Liberty Review
4.5

Cyberpunk 2077: Phantom Liberty's unpredictable spy-thriller story is full of jaw-dropping moments, and it's got the gameplay to match.

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Moonston Island Cover Art with a girl alchemist sitting on top of her house that looks like it has a hat on 1
"A Cozy Sim With A Creature Collecting Twist" - Moonstone Island Review
4

Moonstone Island is an adorably addictive game that blends the creature collecting, deck-building, and cozy farming sim genres together.

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"Elegantly Well-Balanced With A Considerable Skill Ceiling": Broken Edge Review
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Broken Edge is a one-of-a-kind sword-dueling fighter which now has a home on the PSVR2, though it's arguably limited in its singleplayer offerings.

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Wandering Sword Review yi training on mountain with game title 1
"A Beautiful World With Overly Complex RPG Mechanics" - Wandering Sword Review
3.5

Wandering Sword is a visually stunning RPG filled with charm, but overly complex RPG mechanics occasionally makes gameplay feel confused & unbalanced.

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"Not Quite A Slam Dunk" - NBA 2K24 Review
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NBA 2K24 has many amazing things going for it and is an immersive and addictive experience, but an overabundance of microtransactions is distracting.

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Short & Sweet DLC - Pokémon Scarlet & Violet: The Teal Mask Review
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Pokémon Scarlet and Violet's The Teal Mask DLC is a quick but enjoyable trip to Kitakami that is sometimes hindered by its performance issues.

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Smoke and Cyrax standing next to each other after a victory in Mortal Kombat 1 1
"Oh, I Remember This" - Mortal Kombat 1 Review
3.5

Mortal Kombat 1 reboots the series for the second time in 30 years, and while the fighting is good it's clear everyone is unsure how to move forward.

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Agatha Christie Hercule Poirot The London Case image with the game title and Poirot looking off to his right. 1
"Stretching Itself Too Thin" - Agatha Christie - Hercule Poirot: The London Case Review
2.5

Hercule Poirot's newest outing features some charms, but it struggles to maintain a consistent standard of quality across all aspects of the game.

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Gunbrella Review murray key art with game title 1
"Oozes With Personality And Potential" - Gunbrella Review
3.5

Gunbrella is a visually stunning & charming game with great gunplay & solid platforming, but it struggles to focus & falls short of its potential.

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"Not Perfect, But It's Shockingly Close" - Lies Of P Review
4.5

Lies of P is an exceptional dissection of the soulslike genre, bolstered by its strong setting and endearing cast, including its puppet protagonist.

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AK-xolotl Review Main 1
"A Fun But Underweight Action-Roguelite" - AK-xolotl Review
2.5

AK-xolotl presents a cute run'n'gun roguelite concept, but an overall simplicity and lack of post-credits gameplay leaves it ultimately underexplored.

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MythForce Review Main 1
"A Well-Tuned First-Person Fantasy Brawler For People Who Love The Grind" - MythForce Review
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MythForce boasts some challenging first-person roguelite fundamentals and 80s animated charm, but more gameplay diversity would round it out.

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[I] Doesn't Exist Review key art and title 1
"A Fun, Creative, And Cathartic Experience": [I] Doesn't Exist Review
4.5

[I] Doesn’t Exist is a brief but impactful experience that uses unique mechanics & smart writing to tell a complex & emotional story.

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The Isle Tide Hotel Key Art showing the cast and title. 1
The Isle Tide Hotel Review: Adequate FMV
3

The Isle Tide Hotel is an interactive FMV mystery game that presents some interesting ideas with a talented cast, but it could use more depth.

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Eternights Review Main 1
"A Fine First Date, But Might Not Be Marriage Material": Eternights Review
3.5

Persona-inspired action-adventure Eternights wows with its confident concept, but some rote combat and romance mechanics bring it back down to earth.

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