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BloodRayne: Terminal Cut is a reminder of how so many titles that defined an era have become lost to time.
The PlayStation 4 version of CrossCode is both a tribute to the classics that inspired it and a masterpiece in its own right.
Remothered: Broken Porcelain is a broken mess of a nightmare in regards to its convoluted story and broken experience.
Burn the Witch will welcome viewers into the Soul Society West Branch with its stunning animation and memorable characters.
Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War is a return to the series roots in regard to everything while also fully embracing its 1980’s setting.
Assassin’s Creed Valhalla continues the path set by its predecessors by taking players back to the Viking conquest of the British Isles.
ASTRO Gaming A20 Headset (Gen 2) is the perfect complement to the PlayStation 5 or ideal if you’re looking to replace your current gaming headset.
The XIII remake attempts to give new life to a cult classic while also introducing it to a new generation of gamers.
Grand Alliance is a classic JRPG that takes players to an industrial fantasy world that is being torn apart by civil unrest.
Watch Dogs Legion is an ambitious overhaul of the series that allows players to wage a guerrilla war in a cyberpunk setting.
Onee Chanbara Origin is both a remake of the first two games and a proper introduction to the classic hack ‘n’ slash series.