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Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart PS5 Review-Dimensional Mayhem

After six months of some drool-worthy PlayStation 5 exclusives, it’s time to return once again to one of the most amazing classics that have ever graced the platform – Ratchet and Clank! Developed by Insomniac Games, the series is a popular name in every console-loving household with the lovable Lombax, Ratchet, and his best friend, Clank embarking on an adventure spanning galaxies, to save the world from the evil Dr. Nefarious. And with that, let’s have a glimpse into what the latest addition to the series – Ratchet and Clank: Rift…

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Mass Effect Legendary Edition PS4 Review: The Best Way To Play The Famous Trilogy

Introduction: Mass effect is a highly acclaimed RPG series developed by Bioware. The trilogy centers around the story of commander Shepard on how he uncovers the truth about the mysterious race and saves the universe from the cycle of extinction. On your quest, you will meet a lot of colorful characters throughout the trilogy, while it might be a decade old( by next year), I will avoid all kinds of spoilers for the story and will only discuss the performance, visuals & gameplay elements in the game that has been…

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Review: Capcom Delivers Its Best Resident Evil Yet with Resident Evil: Village (Spoiler Free)

Resident Evil:Village Horror games that can make you hold your breath? Stunning locations infested by hordes of monsters? A world where every living (or dead) creature is out for your blood? Vampires, werewolves, and waves of undead who simply want to kill you? Welcome to Resident Evil Village, Capcom’s next installment in the series which follows the story of Ethan Winters as he makes his way through a murderous town, as beautiful as it is deadly. STORY If you are a fan of Resident Evil games, you are no stranger…

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NieR Replicant PS5 Review: A Remaster That Thrives In Repetition

NieR Replicant NieR Replicant was supposed to be this gorgeous remaster of the predecessor for Nier Automata, a game that to this day wows us even after multiple playthroughs. Let’s see how Square Enix fared in reality though, with this rendition of the popular JRPG series. STORY The story of NieR Replicant takes place in a seemingly post-apocalyptic world, where humanity is living in settlements that often face attacks from monsters known as Shades. In one of these villages, our protagonist takes upon himself a mission to save his sister, Yona,…

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Returnal PS5 Review- Unforgiving Yet A Beautiful And Fun Roguelike

Returnal is an unforgiving Roguelike AAA game developed by Housemarque and is their very first PS5 only game made with a bigger budget, thanks to Sony. Housemarque is known for its previous games such as Resogun, Matterfall, Nex Machina, Super Stardust HD, and more. Returnal has all these indie elements clubbed into its veins which pushes the imagination even further thanks to having a bigger budget for this project. Plot: In Returnal, you play as an astronaut known as Selene whose spaceship crash lands on the planet of Atropos where…

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Outriders PC Review- Extremely Fun Game That We Cannot Recommend Right Now

OUTRIDERS REVIEW Gears of War. Bulletstorm. Painkiller. And now… Outriders. The only occasion when these words can be said in the same breath is when people talk about games developed by People Can Fly. A company that has churned out some of the biggest masterpieces in the shooter genre. Until now. When Outriders – (the latest addition to their creations) have pretty much exemplified what a looter shooter should NOT do. Having said that, let’s dive into this game in detail and take a look at the plethora of ways…

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Narita Boy PC Review- Full of Fun and Pixels

Are you an 80s gamer, or simply an aficionado of retro games, looking for a chill gaming session along with a huge wave of nostalgia? A few hours of digital decapitation and pixelated gore? Have you been looking for an AA Metroidvania where you can hack and slash past waves of enemies, while you dance off mentally to an amazing soundtrack? Look no further, because Narita Boy from Studio Koba is here to do that and more! Story : The story of Narita Boy shows off two worlds that are…

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Scott Pilgrim vs. The World: The Game – Complete Edition Review – Hello, Again! Friend of A Friend

Among most transmedia, Scott Pilgrim vs. The World holds a fascinating spot in pop-culture. Edgar Wright’s 2010 adaptation of Bryan Lee O’Malley’s comic book series didn’t exactly set the box-office on fire but became quite the cult classic. Ubisoft’s hilariously titled Scott Pilgrim vs. the World: The Game, a licensed project meant to compliment the movie, fell through the cracks as licensing issues saw it removed from all online stores. Over time, this side-scrolling beat-em-up game saw a passionate fanbase growing, and the voice asking Ubisoft to bring it back…

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Cosmic Byte SIRIUS Bluetooth RGB Mechanical Wireless TKL Keyboard Review

Introduction: Cosmic Byte is known to make decent quality budget-oriented PC peripherals for consumers for a long time now. Today, I have received one of the highly anticipated products from them, specifically a Bluetooth Mechanical keyboard, and what makes it so special is its price point. So without any further ado, let’s get to the full in-depth review of the new SIRIUS Bluetooth Mechanical RGB Keyboard. Showcase: The SIRIUS from Cosmic Byte comes in this compact form factor box and inside we find the manual, key puller, and the micro…

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Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War PC Review

Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War PC Review Another year, another call of duty game. We have the usual campaign mode, Multiplayer mode, and zombie mode this time around as well but things have slightly changed especially with both campaign and Multiplayer in Call of duty: Black Ops Cold War. The campaign in Black Ops Cold War starts great and goes into an interesting turn of events including two to three amazing missions in between where you practically sneak into an enemy facility and infiltrate as a KGB double…

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Assassins Creed Valhalla for PC Review (Spoiler-free)

“You are less mine than I am yours. And I ask of you only this, keep me honest in the times to come.” Says the main Protagonist, Eivor in Assassins Creed Valhalla during the last few mins of the game which ends my countless days of a playthrough as I finally rest comfortably knowing I beat the main game even though it felt nearly impossible but thanks to my Co-reviewer, Raghav, assisting me during the final few hours and that we were finally able to finish the main campaign. There…

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Dirt 5 PC Review :off-Road Adventures Around the World

Introduction to Dirt 5: Dirt is one of the long-running racing franchises that has gathered a dedicated fan following over the years and also managed to be fairly consistent with each of its releases. I am a big fan of the franchise and have played all the games since Dirt 2. Over the years the Dirt games have had multidisciplinary off-road games and rally focused games. Dirt Rally 1 and 2 went on a pure simulation model that perfectly fit rally racing, while on the arcade side of things the…

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Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales PS4 Review (Spoiler-free)

Miles Morales & Harlem Spider-Man (2018) for the PS4 has been one of the best games that came out that year alongside the God of War. Miles Morales is the direct sequel to the 2018 game acting as an extended DLC to it and shows the journey of Miles Morales and his newfound powers in the lively city of Harlem. Peter Parker aka the Original Spider-Man goes on a vacation with MJ leaving Miles to take care of the city in his absence. Things do no pan out well for…

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Watch Dogs: Legion Review: Reflective But Unthoughtful Resistance

Watch Dogs: Legion Review: Reflective But Unthoughtful Resistance Watch_Dogs is one of my favorite series. I have played the original Watch_Dogs for about 59hrs (according to Steam), and Watch_Dogs 2 for about 35-40hours (on PS4). And even though the first Watch_Dogs was kind of a let down because of its misleading marketing, it was still a good game, and Watch_Dogs 2 just build-up on the original formula and in many ways was better than the first one. Watch Dogs: Legion, on the other hand, feels like a side stepped downgrade. It…

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Mafia: Definitive Edition PC Review: Modern Take on the Cult Classic

The Original Mafia game came out in 2002 and was highly praised as one of the best crime-based action games ever made. Jump into 2020, and we finally have a remake build from the ground up of the cult-classic by developer 2K Games. Mafia: Definitive Edition comes with a lot of changes and is not just Hi-res textures and a couple of weather changes being dumped onto a new game engine to be called as a “Definitive” Experience. It is a fully ground-up remake of the 2002 cult classic. The…

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BPM: Bullets Per Minute Review: Doom Meets Beat Saber

BPM BPM: Bullets Per Minute is made by Awe Interactive and is a rhythm-based Roguelike first-person shooter. It is heavily inspired by retro shooters from the 90s and mostly looks and plays like DOOM. Within 30 secs of you entering into the game, you will start having fun like its nobody’s business. Every dungeon that gets generated into your game is procedural meaning every time you die, you will play random versions of the dungeon which is generated by the game’s AI itself, just like No Mans Sky. This provides…

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Tell Me Why Review: A Mundane Fairy Tale

Tell Me Why Review: A Mundane Fairy Tale Tell Me Why is a tale of two siblings meeting after ten years, journeying through, trying to find the truth about the unfaithful night, ten years ago. The night that changed their life for the worse. They share a powerful bond that continues even after they have been apart from each other. Set in the backdrop of A very well detailed, Snowy Rural Alaskan City, Delos Crossing, Tell Me Why does a lot of things right that even major AAA titles faults…

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Marvel’s Avengers Review: Did They “Reassemble”?

Marvel’s Avengers Review: Did They “Reassemble”? I have been a lifetime fan of Avengers, I used to buy comics from local bookstores and read them. Sadly, most of them were just one part of the whole story arc, due to availability issues in India (Its completely changed now), but hey, it is still something. I still get goosebumps when I watch the announcement trailer, and boy oh boy, the dialogue from the last year’s Marvel’s Avengers: A-Day Trailer, “Never meet your hero’s” that felt so good. It had me since…

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Peaky Blinders: Mastermind Review : Fookin' Great Featured Gaming PC PS4 Reviews Xbox One Xbox One X 

Peaky Blinders: Mastermind Review : Fookin’ Great

Peaky Blinders: Mastermind I have played my fair share of puzzle games, intensive ones like The Room, & story-oriented ones like Portal Series, Inside, The Talos Principle, and such. However, Peaky Blinders: Mastermind, is somewhere in between. The story of the game serves well to the setup and staging of the game, but it somewhat falls a bit short, however, it’s the gameplay where it truly shines. Anyway, let’s start with the review. First impression I received the review code for Peaky Blinders: Mastermind on 17th (3 days before launch)…

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Eastern Exorcist Early Access Preview- Sekiro in 2-D

Eastern Exorcist: 2-D Sekiro in Disguise I have been a massive fan of Sekiro: Shadows die twice. To see a similar theme in a 2-D side-scrolling action RPG game is just icing on the cake. This is the Review of Eastern Exorcist (Early Access on steam) developed by Wildfire Games and Published by bilibili. Evil Spirits, Demons, and Gods Everywhere Set in an eastern fantasy world, you play as an exorcist who fights through chaotic evil while going through different regions/areas experiencing the different stories of joy and sorrow. From…

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Mortal Shell PC Review: Unique Souls-like Experience

Introduction Another month, another souls-like game? No. This one is Unique. Mortal Shell is made by Cold Symmetry and published by Playstack and is heavily inspired by the Dark Souls franchise. Mortal Shell is just what you would experience with any other souls-like game. It is heavily inspired by the Dark Souls franchise but with its own unique take in gameplay elements. You start off with a mini-tutorial on the controls, and before you know it, you are thrown into the main game. As you progress further, you will realize…

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S.C.A.R (PC) Review: Shotgun N Run

I have played plenty of retro-modern games this year alone to realize that they are not the end of it. S.C.A.R proves me right. Just as the game starts, you are thrown into a mini tutorial and then right after you get all your abilities like double jump, dashing, and the infamous grappling hook. Before you know it, you are dashing in mid-air while killing hordes of demons with your infinite pistol which is powerful by the way and there is a lot of blood made of infinite pixels. There…

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Hellpoint PC Review: Dark Souls meets Dead Space

There have been plenty of souls like clones all over the internet lately, which have been nothing but a copy-paste of multiple art styles, combat, or even the weapon UI. Glad to say that Hellpoint is not one of those clones. It is an inspiration taken from Dark souls for sure, but it stands out entirely on its base with proper and profound lore and its world build up. After several years into its development, Hellpoint finally releases today on Steam and consoles. Special thanks to Tinybuild/Cradle Games for providing…

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The Last of Us Part 2 PS4 Review: Cycle of Violence

The Last of Us released in 2013, it caused a paradigm shift in videogames. While games were previously trying to ape the cinematic atmosphere of movies, The Last of Us proved that video games could be so much more by expert crafting a grounded, emotional story filled with well-rounded characters. Joel and Ellie’s journey together resonated with millions across the world with its poignant tale of love amidst tragedy. It was rare for fans to feel a sequel was unnecessary because the original felt like a complete story. When Naughty…

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Persona 5 Royal PS4 Review: A Re-Release Worthy of Royalty

A Re-Release Worthy of Royalty Look, I know how late this Persona 5 review is. But, by god, I did my best to find time after work to complete this mammoth 130+ hour game. Also, with Persona 4 Golden coming to Steam, now feels like the perfect time to plunge into this franchise. I had already written my initial impressions in another article (which covers the first palace). This will be a continuation of that. Persona 5 Royal peppers its new content slowly throughout the game. After the first palace,…

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Final Fantasy VII Remake PS4 Review: Is the Golden Era back?

Final Fantasy VII Remake Squaresoft dominated the Golden Era of JRPGs. But even then, when it comes to being a pop-culture phenomenon, Final Fantasy VII stands apart in a league of its own. The game brought the JRPG genre from its niche belongings in Japan to a worldwide audience and expanded the videogame genre outside its player base to the general audience. Players had been clamouring for a remake of this game since the PS2 era. When Square finally announced the remake in 2015, the reception was earth-shattering. However, few…

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The Division 2: Warlords of New York DLC Review

Both Division 1 and Division 2 are really good looter shooter games. Whether you are a solo player like me or have a couple of friends who like to play together, there is no better time than now to return to Division 2 with the release of a new DLC. The Division 2: Warlords of New York DLC was released by Ubisoft to bring back the game from its dying userbase. The story revolves around Aaron Keener who appeared in Division 1 and who has now gone rogue. He along…

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Persona 5 Royal First Impressions: Review in Progress

First Impressions Persona 5 released three years ago and has turned into Atlus’s most successful outing yet, both critically and commercially. In the following years that would surprise nobody “that’s already” familiar with Atlus, the Japanese video game developer announced several spin-offs over the IP, cross-overs with other game franchises like Super Smash Bros. and an updated version of the game with Persona 5 Royal.  Persona 5 ranks as one of my top 3 games of all time, right beside Chrono Trigger and Bloodborne. The excruciating wait for its release,…

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Control Foundation DLC Review: Digging Deeper Into the Oldest House

Control: Foundation Today, I will be talking about the new DLC for Control called the Foundation. This DLC expands on this open-ended storytelling of remedy entertainment that focuses on both the past as well as the Present of the Oldest House, where it all began. Control is one of the best games I have played in 2019. Remedy did an excellent job when it came to world-building and designing levels under one roof and creating a very good open-ended gameplay mechanic. If you haven’t yet read my review of Control,…

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Resident Evil 3 Remake PC Review: Better than RE2 Remake But Feels Like DLC

I am a big fan of OG Resident evil series games especially Resident Evil 2 and 3. So when I saw that both these games were being remade in today’s modern improvements, It got me really excited. After finishing Resident Evil 2 remake, I was so happy that Capcom did right to its OG game and made it even better by adding multiple layers of replay value to the game. We had two different characters to choose from and even in them we got to play as two more characters…

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DOOM Eternal PC Review – RAZING HELL

DOOM Eternal DOOM Eternal did something that fans of classical arena shooters were complaining for so many years i.e their need for a new arena shooter single-player campaign experience and id Software finally delivered it. DOOM Eternal is a direct sequel to the DOOM (2016) and is set two years after the invasion of Demons on Mars. Doomslayer went missing in action as he was teleported in some unknown location while at the same time, the demons invaded the earth and there was no one to defend it. The resistance…

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Nioh 2 PS4 Review – Challenging, Better and Rewarding as a Sequel (Spoiler-free)

Nioh 2 I have never died this many times on a video game than I did in Nioh 2. I have almost lost count as to how many times I died, this game is that difficult. There is no shame to admit this but it only shows how good and hard a game can be if done correctly. Soulsborne fans rejoice, this game is for you and if you are someone who loved Bloodborne and Nioh games as well as Sekiro then you are in for a treat. This game…

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Mega Man Zero/ZX Legacy Collection PC Review- A Complete Package

History on Mega Man and Mega Man Zero So when I was a kid, I played a lot of NES and SNES games, one of which was Megaman. We didn’t have the original NES machines back then but had bootleg clones of them. Mega Man was known as Rockman here, which I later realized was actually Mega Man. Rockman launched in Japan only and to the rest of the world, it was Mega Man. I have played all the Mega Man games after that and I became a fan of…

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Valnir Rok Review

What do you get when you put together ambitious ideas, a small studio, and Steam early access together? Valnir Rok. Part create your own Kingdomathon and part Viking murder simulator with a dash of survival mechanics thrown in Valnir Rok is an online survival sandbox action RPG(that’s quite a mouthful) out now in early access on Steam. The game starts off with you creating your own character with very scarce options. You don’t get to show off your creative skills and create something crazy, but at least you won’t be…

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Dragon Ball Z Kakarot Review: True Fan’s wishes Fullfilled?

Dragon Ball Z Kakarot: Wishes Fullfilled? Every fan of Dragon Ball series have always wished for a open world styled game with RPG elements in it. Not only did Bandai Namco delivered this promise with Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot but also they gave us multiple characters to play from while staying true to the Dragon Ball Z series theme as well. Stays true to the theme When a particular game company does something like this , some thing always go wrong but its different here. The entire game’s campaign has…

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Cooler Master MH752 Headset Review

Introduction : Cooler Master as a company needs no introduction, they have carved a solid place for themselves in this extremely competitive industry and while not all of their products have been crowd pleasers, what sets them apart is their will to change, to listen, and they keep proving that by releasing newer products which sometimes are radically different from their previous offerings. Now before we begin with the actual review, I need to say this out loud, I have never seen gaming headsets in good light, reason for that…

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