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Review : Iris Fall : A Mechanical Wonderland

Review : Iris Fall : A Mechanical Wonderland

If you’d like to understand our criteria for scoring and discussing games, please read our review policy. Puzzles, puppets, and other unusual mechanical devices await players within the imaginative, yet short adventure that is Iris Fall, a 2018 PC title that has recently made its way to consoles. I have…
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Review : Twin Mirror : A Shattered Expectation

Review : Twin Mirror : A Shattered Expectation

If you’d like to understand our criteria for scoring and discussing games, please read our review policy. The creative forces at Dontnod Entertainment have had a fairly busy last half of 2020, launching 2 new games over multiple platforms within just a few short months of one another. In August,…
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Review : Exit the Gungeon : Exiting Bullethell

Review : Exit the Gungeon : Exiting Bullethell

You can find Seasoned Gaming’s review policy here Exit the Gungeon is the sequel to Dodgeroll Games' hit rogue-lite game, Enter the Gungeon, and was initially released on Apple Arcade on Sep 19th, 2019. As an Apple Arcade launch title, it was actually the reason that I signed up for…
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Review : Cyberpunk 2077 : Neon Playground

Review : Cyberpunk 2077 : Neon Playground

If you’d like to understand our criteria for scoring and discussing games, please read our review policy. For complete transparency, this is now our final review of Cyberpunk 2077. As noted previously, this has only been completed after very extensive playtime, and with focusing on the game as it's presented…
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Review : Immortals Fenyx Rising : Godlike

Review : Immortals Fenyx Rising : Godlike

If you’d like to understand our criteria for scoring and discussing games, please read our review policy. I love Ubisoft video games. I have since the moment I played my first Assassin’s Creed game six years ago. Ubisoft is known for large, open-world action/adventure games. They excel in creating immersive,…
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Review : Call of the Sea : A Journey of Self Discovery

Review : Call of the Sea : A Journey of Self Discovery

If you’d like to understand our criteria for scoring and discussing games, please read our review policy. Walking simulator. It’s sometimes used as a derogatory term, but I’ve grown to actually love the genre. Tacoma, What Remains of Edith Finch, Observer, to some extent Oxenfree (although it’s delivered in a much…
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Review : Pathless : Soaring on Eagle Wings

Review : Pathless : Soaring on Eagle Wings

You can find Seasoned Gaming’s review policy here Full disclosure, I'm not the biggest fan of indie games. I'll take a AAA game from one of the big studios over what are usually obnoxious, self indulgent games that smack you in the face with pretentiousness any day of the week.…
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Review : The Falconeer : A War Above Empty Seas

Review : The Falconeer : A War Above Empty Seas

You can find Seasoned Gaming’s review policy here The Falconeer is a unique launch title for the Xbox Series X|S. Developed solely by Dutch creator Tomas Sala, and with a haunting but often awe-inspiring, other-worldly and intriguing seascape to explore atop your giant warbird, The Falconeer flies its own path,…
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Review : Godfall : All That Shimmers is Trash

Review : Godfall : All That Shimmers is Trash

You can find Seasoned Gaming’s review policy here My theory about Gearbox as a developer/publisher still stands true after so many years. Since the creation of the company, they have yet to release anything as substantial as the Borderlands series, with the third installation teetering on the more annoying side.…
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