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  1. TEKKEN 7 REVIEW: “A POWERFUL, GRATIFYING, DEEPLY CINEMATIC FIGHTING GAME” — June 24, 2017
  2. WIPEOUT OMEGA COLLECTION REVIEW: “A FEROCIOUS BLUR OF SUMPTUOUS, SEARING SIGHTS” — June 24, 2017
  3. DIRT 4 REVIEW: “THE SERIES HAS ALWAYS BEEN UNFORGETTABLE… UNTIL NOW” — June 24, 2017
  4. ARMS REVIEW: “AN INVIGORATING BLEND OF GRACEFUL MOVEMENT AND SLAPSTICK VIOLENCE” — June 24, 2017
  5. Go for Broke! — December 22, 2014

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TEKKEN 7 REVIEW: “A POWERFUL, GRATIFYING, DEEPLY CINEMATIC FIGHTING GAME”

Good news! Tekken is still Tekken. Kicking people still feels great, the Mishimas are still throwing each other off cliffs, all is right with the world. But I need to be honest with you. The game’s enduring Tekken-ness is enough for me, a man of modest needs, who’s happy to play 100 fights in a …

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WIPEOUT OMEGA COLLECTION REVIEW: “A FEROCIOUS BLUR OF SUMPTUOUS, SEARING SIGHTS”

When the first Wipeout came out on the original PlayStation back in late 1995, I was but a freckled faced, ten-year-old whippersnapper. 22 years on, if Future Me could hop in a DeLorean and travel back to show that kid even 30 seconds of Wipeout Omega Collection running at 4K/60 frames per second on PS4 …

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DIRT 4 REVIEW: “THE SERIES HAS ALWAYS BEEN UNFORGETTABLE… UNTIL NOW”

  Let’s be totally clear: despite the ‘4’ on the name, this is categoricallynot a return to the bombastic, arcade-hued mayhem of Dirt 2. This is the still-beating heart of Dirt Rally, transplanted into the long-dead corpse of Dirt 3. The result is an incredibly hardcore simulation masquerading as an adrenaline-soaked, close-competitive racer. Fundamentally, that …

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ARMS REVIEW: “AN INVIGORATING BLEND OF GRACEFUL MOVEMENT AND SLAPSTICK VIOLENCE”

You might have noticed a change in tack from Nintendo lately. As a hardware maker and game developer, it’s always gone its own way, but in recent years it’s started to tinker with existing genres and tropes, to great success. Splatoon took a good, long look at online shooters and came at them from a …

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Go for Broke!

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First produced in 1965, Go for Bhasbro-parker-games-go-for-brokeroke was a board game that came as a direct response to Monopoly. Instead of making money in this game though, the object is to lose it all, as you might have gathered from the name of the game.

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