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Cities: Skylines

Updated about 4 weeks ago

☆★★★★ Cities: Skylines is a slow grind. There are dozens of systems to master, and you can easily spend hours perfecting just one single aspect of your city. It can be overwhelming at first, but the game eases you into its mechanics and provides enough flexibility where you don’t have to think about everything at once. In that, Cities: Skylines is surprisingly accessible, yet it’s the game’s incredible depth that makes it so addictive. As far as city management sims go, it's one of the best in years.
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Assemble with Care
Achievements: 14 / 14 (100%)

Updated about 1 month ago

☆★★★★ Incredible sound design, beautiful art direction, and excellent writing make Assemble with Care an easy recommendation for anyone looking for something casual and lighthearted. It tells a wholesome story of family, loved ones, and lending a helping hand. I wish the puzzles had a bit more complexity; they are relatively simple and serve primarily to drive the story forward. Still, it is fun, and Assemble with Care is a short little narrative title that is sure to warm any tinkerer’s heart.
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Raft

Updated about 1 month ago

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Bugsnax

Updated about 1 month ago

☆★★★★ Bugsnax is all about catching bugs that are kinda snack, heavily inspired by games like Ape Escape and Pokémon Snap. It’s a bizarre premise that lends itself to a fascinating world with surprisingly personable characters and a story that is intriguing as it is engaging. The first-person mechanics take some time to get used to, and I feel they may not be a perfect fit. But the way the narrative unfolds as you explore Snacktooth Island evokes a sense of mystery and makes you want to come back.
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Grand Theft Auto V

Updated about 1 month ago

★★★★★ Grand Theft Auto V is an exemplary open-world sandbox game, offering unprecedented freedom at a scale never before seen. Los Santos is thriving and massive—the sheer number of activities to do is staggering. The ability to switch between three protagonists is ingenious, and I found myself taking a fondness toward them, however morally bankrupt they may be. Although pace and padding issues continue to plague the genre, Rockstar shows once again that no one makes open-world games quite like them.
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Mini Motorways

Updated about 2 months ago

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Ring Fit Adventure

Updated about 4 months ago

☆★★★★ Ring Fit Adventure expertly combines light RPG elements with real-world exercises to create a unique gaming experience that is sure to work up a sweat. The game never stops pushing new ideas, introducing activities and obstacles at every juncture, guaranteeing that no two sessions feel the same. Various mini-games break up the pace and offer up a fun challenge outside of the main adventure. If you’re looking for an innovative way to exercise at home, Ring Fit Adventure is an easy recommendation.
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Diablo III
Act II

Updated about 4 months ago

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Toxic as Muk

At E3 2019, Pokémon producer Junichi Masuda made a startling admission. With over 800 pocket monsters across 7 Pokémon generations, it was time to make some cuts. “We knew at some point we weren’t going to be able to indefinitely keep supportin...

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