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    The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel III Switch Review: Rean’s Biggest Journey Yet

    Falcom's The Legend of Heroes franchise has gained a lot of steam in the west over the past couple of years. Specifically, Trails of...

    Review: The Wonderful 101: Remastered – The Definitive Way to play Platinum’s striking Unite Action title

    The Wonderful 101 always made a lot of sense on the Switch, yet after a couple years it never did happen. Most had given...

    Trials of Mana Review: Recapturing the Simplicity and Fun of SNES Era JRPGs

    Seiken Densetsu III, the sequel to Secret of Mana, released on the Super Famicom in 1995. It quickly became a hit in the Japanese...

    Streets of Rage 4 Review – A jammin’ good time

    Streets of Rage is a household name in the beat em' up genre. Between 1991 and 1994, it had 2 sequels and even a...

    Review: Final Fantasy VII Remake – 1997 Through A 2020 Perspective

    Ever since the announcement of the Final Fantasy VII Remake in 2015, fans have excitedly dreamed about seeing their beloved turn-based game fully realized...

    Review: Resident Evil 3 Remake – The Horrors of Raccoon City

    Resident Evil 3 Remake is a great game that leaves me wanting more. Coming into this, I was expecting it to be as amazing...

    Review: Animal Crossing: New Horizons – The perfect Island Getaway Package

    Animal Crossing: New Horizons is a magical game. New Horizons was one of my most anticipated games of all time. Seeing it teased all...

    Review: DOOM Eternal is one the best FPS I’ve ever played

    DOOM Eternal is without doubt one of the best first person shooters I have ever played. This game is video games to the max....

    My Hero Academia: Heroes Rising Review: A Superhero ANIME MOVIE With CRAZY ACTION!

    My Hero Academia movies are constantly pushing the potential of the series to new heights while proving animated films featuring superheroes are always worth...

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