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Balatro review: only fools would sleep on this moreish poker roguelike

A clever roguelike card game about cheating your way to victory, Balatro is a generous and mesmeric take on poker with …
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Palworld early access review: base building junk food

There are simple pleasures to be found in Palworld's enormous list of crafting tasks, but look beyond its base building…
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Enshrouded early access review: the best building system in the survival genre

Best-in-class building and a lovely atmosphere war against technical difficulties and an uninspiring premise for open-w…
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Warhammer Age Of Sigmar: Realms Of Ruin review: a decent RTS heavy on micromanagement

Warhammer Age Of Sigmar: Realms Of Ruin converts the turn-based tabletop game to real-time strategy, and is therefore f…
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Cobalt Core review: rootin’ tootin’ timeloop space shootin’

Cobalt Core takes everything you love about FTL, Into The Breach and Slay The Spire and blends it all into a moreish, t…
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Cities: Skylines 2 review: A standard-bearer that ought to have higher standards

Cities: Skylines 2 is an engaging city builder that balances simulation with ease of play, but offers little new or imp…
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Endless Dungeon review: an excellently moreish roguelike about opening doors

Endless Dungeon is a very satisfying tower defence roguelike, except the "tower" has legs.
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Gunbrella review: a stylish 2D platformer with bullets in its brolly

A steampunk-themed side-scrolling shooter with a shotgun that’s also an umbrella, Gunbrella crams plenty of frenetic br…