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Little Nightmares 2 review - a brilliantly horrifying, often infuriating return • Eurogamer.net

Little Nightmares 2 review – a brilliantly horrifying, often infuriating return

This place is too big for us. Everything is oversized, as though we’ve stepped through the glass at the carnival’s hall of mirrors. Doors aren’t entryways, but mouths of caves. Each step on the staircase is a mini-mountain to scale. Later, when plastic aberrations shuffle in the darkness and you shatter the empty skulls of …

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Persona 5 Strikers review - an impressive sequel that inherits some of the original's flaws • Eurogamer.net

Persona 5 Strikers review – an impressive sequel that inherits some of the original’s flaws

Persona 5 Strikers was born in a fit of consternation. Back when the spin-off was announced, with many fans holding out hope for a Switch port of P-Studio’s excellent 2016 JRPG, the news that this would be another of Omega Force’s seemingly endless musou reskins was met with a slightly disappointed shrug. It felt like …

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Super Mario 3D World + Bowser's Fury Review – The Cat's Pajamas

Super Mario 3D World + Bowser’s Fury Review – The Cat’s Pajamas

When Super Mario 3D World was released in 2013, the adventure was widely praised for its outstanding level design, precise gameplay, and chaotic co-op. However, since it debuted on the poor-selling Wii U, it is often overlooked in discussions about the best games in the Mario franchise. Now, Nintendo is giving a wider audience a …

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Little Nightmares II Review – A Horrifying City For Lost Children

Little Nightmares II Review – A Horrifying City For Lost Children

A young boy awakens in a clearing, a disproportionally large television bathing the area an eerie cathode-ray-tube blue. This boy, Mono, will soon meet the hero from the first Little Nightmares – and also get an introduction to what he’s truly up against. In this world, you’re constantly underpowered and pursued by towering creatures who …

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Destruction AllStars review - PS5's PS Plus freebie offers slick but shallow arcade racing carnage • Eurogamer.net

Destruction AllStars review – PS5’s PS Plus freebie offers slick but shallow arcade racing carnage

Destruction AllStars is saved, really, by PlayStation Plus. Launching as a game all subscribers can play, Lucid’s PlayStation 5-exclusive arcade racer crash ’em-up feels like a fun but throwaway download that benefits from weighing in at just 28GB – a smaller size than your average Call of Duty patch. In this context, it’s easy to …

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