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The Forgotten City Review | New Game Network

Modding games has become a very popular pastime for many enthusiasts on PC over the last few decades. In the early days, it provided a way for fans to tweak and modify games to experience them in new ways. And as this hobby grew, entire teams of passionate fans were …

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Aery – Calm Mind Review | New Game Network

When a game describes itself as a “relaxing experience”, it’s an easy sign to temper your expectations. Don’t expect explosive action, deep gameplay mechanics, or indeed much of anything beyond the surface level. That’s not to say such titles can’t still be fun and pleasant to interact with, especially for …

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Nvidia GeForce RTX 3050 Ti Laptop GPU Review

The GeForce RTX 3050 Ti is a mainstream GPU for gaming laptops, sitting below the RTX 3060 in the product stack, and offering us a follow up to last year’s GTX 1660 Ti and GTX 1650 for laptops. With the graduation from GTX to an RTX product, this means we’re …

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Pokémon Unite Review – A Thunder Shock To The System

The MOBA genre is a competitive space, as it typically features robust rulesets, requires team cooperation, and has a high skill ceiling that doesn’t always welcome new players. Games like League of Legends and Dota 2 continually change their gameplay meta with the release of new characters, which is a …

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The Forgotten City Review – A Narrative Masterpiece

A Roman city resides within a large mountain, hidden from light and prying eyes. Only 23 people call this secret society home, and they appear to live harmoniously together, but looks can be deceiving. Time has taken its toll on each soul, but they can never leave, and more pressing …

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The Ascent Review – Mindless Mechanical Mayhem

From the iconic works of Philip K. Dick to the seminal table-top RPG by Mike Pondsmith, fans of the cyberpunk genre are familiar with the theme of characters in search of an identity and purpose. The Ascent suffers from a similar identity crisis in its attempts to pull from dungeon-crawling …

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Chernobylite Review | New Game Network

The multiverse theory suggests that there are infinite parallel universes, all different from our own. In one of them, the Chernobyl nuclear disaster of 1986 never happened. And because of that, no exclusion zone was formed and no S.T.A.L.K.E.R. game was ever released. In another, the Assassin’s Creed franchise did …

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Neo: The World Ends With You – Review In Progress

The sequel to Square Enix’s acclaimed and inventive The World Ends With You drops tomorrow and it’s bringing plenty of infectious beats, stylish fashion, and over-the-top boss battles. I’ve been playing the game for review and have clocked in over 40 hours so far, but I have yet to reach …

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Wildermyth Review – Tales And Tactics

In a nutshell, Wildermyth is a fantasy tabletop tactics game that can be played in a few hours or for as long as you like. You have access to multiple campaigns that offer different challenges and lengths – ranging anywhere from four hours to many, many more. During these adventures, …

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Death’s Door Review | New Game Network

After roguelikes and metroidvanias, and sometimes the combination of the two, the action-adventure is perhaps the next in line of the major genres for indie game developers to tackle. Using tried and true elements of combat and exploration, teams can craft original worlds, tight mechanics, and keep players dungeon crawling …

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Death’s Door Review – Reaping The Rewards

Death is one of the few things we all have in common. We all experience death sooner or later, and that can be terrifying because we don’t truly know what awaits us on the other side. Salvation? Oblivion? Death’s Door offers an amusing interpretation of death by framing it as …

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