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Flat Kingdom Paper’s Cut Edition review for Nintendo Switch, PS4/5, Xbox One/Series X

Just like Paper Mario, if Paper Mario was terrible.

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Kinduo review for PS5/PS4, Xbox Series X/One, Switch

Who says blocks and lightning bolts can’t be best friends?

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Ghostwire: Tokyo review for PS5, PC

A fantastic trip into a spooky, demon-filled Tokyo.

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Moto Roader MC review for Nintendo Switch, PS4/5, Xbox One/Series X

The only consolation is…this might open up TurboGrafx-16/PC-Engine library for modern consoles?

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Mekabolt+ review for PS5/4, Xbox Series X/One

Even with a “+”, Mekabolt is a still a pretty forgettable platformer.

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Dojoran review for PS5/4, Xbox Series X/One, Switch

Hop to this froggy platformer.

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Gynoug review for PS5/4, Xbox Series X/One, Switch

A bloody okay time.

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Apple Slash review for PS5/4, Xbox Series X/One, Switch

A game about that age-old battle between apples and frogs, obviously.

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Angels with Scaly Wings review for PS5/4, Xbox Series X/One, Switch

If you’ve ever wanted to romance a dragon, here’s your chance.

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Virtuous Western review for PS5/4, Xbox Series X/One, Switch

The most boring gun in the west.

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Takorita Meets Fries review for PS4/4, Xbox Series X/One, Switch

Choose Your Own Adventure for Dummies.

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Bouncy Bullets 2 review for PS4/5, Xbox Series X/One, Switch

Far from essential, but also far better than the first Bouncy Bullets.

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Orbibot review for PS4/PS5, Xbox One/Series X, Switch

Roll up an easy Platinum Trophy.

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Don’t Touch This Button review for PS4/5, Xbox One/Series X, Switch

Don’t touch this game.

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Nexomon review for Nintendo Switch, PS5/4, Xbox Series X/One

Clonémon.

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Barry the Bunny review for PS5/4. Xbox Series X/One, Switch

A retro-tinged gem from a developer that’s quite good at making those.

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Sun Wukong VS Robot review for PS5/4, Xbox Series X/One, Switch

The most generic metroidvania ever?

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