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Like A Dragon Gaiden: The Man Who Erased His Name – Review

Like A Dragon Gaiden: The Man Who Erased His Name is the latest entry in the Like A Dragon series (formerly known as Yakuza). Like A Dragon Gaiden takes place after the events of Yakuza 6, and alongside the events of Yakuza: Like A Dragon. Whilst the series’ new star, Ichiban, is on a hero’s […]

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Sonic Origins Plus – Review | The DLC

This time last year, Sonic Origins was released as a celebration of the titular hedgehog’s 31st birthday. Although imperfect in some ways, I still thought it was the best official way to play all of the Genesis classics. Exactly one year later, Sega has seen fit to follow up on that with a refresh. Sonic Origins Plus […]

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Action JRPG Review

Like a Dragon: Ishin – Review

Originally published on PlayStation 3 and 4 in 2014 in Japan, Like a Dragon: Ishin is a spin-off of the famous Yakuza series of Action RPGs. Now in 2023, it’s been remade in Unreal Engine 4 and released worldwide. While Yakuza fans will recognize much in Like a Dragon: Ishin, it’s a very different setting […]

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Anime JRPG Review

Persona 3 Portable – Review | Returning Remaster

Persona has turned into one of the most widely celebrated JRPG franchises of all time, and for good reason. Its eclectic blend of tight turn-based gameplay, dungeon-crawling, and social simulation can’t be found elsewhere. The series as we know it now owes much of its current identity to Persona 3, released 16 years ago. Today, […]

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Sonic Frontiers – Review | Going Hog Wild

It’s been quite a while since the last mainline Sonic game. Five years ago, Sonic Forces released to an overwhelmingly mild reception. It and its predecessor Sonic Lost World were seen as average-at-best experiments, being lamented for being lesser experiences and their lack of ambition. Sonic Team seems to have taken those criticisms quite personally, […]

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Platformer Review

Sonic Origins – Review

Sonic’s no stranger to compilations and remasters, yet after last year’s lukewarm Sonic Colors remaster, some fans have been left skeptical of how future ones might turn out. Spearheading the Blue Blur’s 31st anniversary is yet another remaster, or rather, a full set of remasters. Sonic Origins aims to deliver the definitive experiences of all […]