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Aragami – Review (Push Square)

Aragami is a sight for sore eyes if you’re a fan of the stealth genre. While we have incredible games integrating its conventions with Dishonored, Assassin’s Creed, and even Wolfenstein: The New Order, they treat stealth gameplay as an equal alternative to action rather than the only realistic option. Seasoned…

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Jotun: Valhalla Edition – Review (Push Square)

  Have you ever realised how much Norse mythology penetrates popular culture? There are numerous spins on its gods in Marvel’s movies, inspired elements taken from its races and characters in Tolkien’s Lord of the Rings novels, and countless references spread across video games from Master Chief’s Mjolnir armor to…

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Metrico+ – Review (Push Square)

While Sony may not give the PlayStation Vita much love these days, others have set out to do so over the years to prove the handheld’s worth. Digital Dreams was one such developer who exclusively released its debut title Metrico on the neglected platform in 2014. It received both glowing…

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Umbrella Corps – Review (Push Square)

  Being loyal to a franchise’s roots and formula is a tricky thing to manage. Veer too close and people will cry out concerns of stagnation and lack of innovation. Stray too far and they’ll say it isn’t worthy of the series’ name. Whether this involves direct sequels or spin-offs,…

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Doom – Review (Push Square)

It wasn’t until Wolfenstein: The New Order that we noticed how homogeneous first-person shooters have become over the past decade. The genre’s certainly made strides forward, but from a big picture perspective, we’ve spent the past decade or so taking cover and performing pot-shots to reach our objectives. However, MachineGames’…

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Kholat – Review (Push Square)

Tales of horror are frightening enough to make us shiver in the moment or even lose sleep over several days, but they usually don’t haunt us for that long. We’re able to move on from reflecting on them because they’re fake stories meant to play with our heads. But when…

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Broforce – Review (Push Square)

If there’s one thing that the United States has primarily contributed toward the betterment of society, there’s no shadow of a doubt that it’s 80s and 90s action flicks. Filled to the brim with fearless heroes killing innumerable amounts of communist fascists, terrorist scum, and extra-terrestrial threats, few can resist…

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