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Samurai Jack: Battle Through Time review

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How do you battle an ancient demon that can take any form, dripping and whipping its oil-black body into a wardrobe of hostile shapes?...

Little Orpheus review

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Little Orpheus, available on Apple Arcade, is the latest release from The Chinese Room, a British studio whose games—often dubbed “walking simulators”—are both loved...

Animal Crossing: New Horizons review

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It’s 2005. I’ve had an operation at a hospital outside of the city, and there’s a long (smooth, tarmacked, and well-lit) road to recovery...

Dreams review

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There are few sentences that send me running for the nearest window, gasping for fresh gravity, as potently as, “I had the strangest dream...

Necrobarista review

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The Terminal is a higgledy-piggledy, formerly-industrial coffee shop somewhere in Melbourne, Australia. The ground floor has space at the bar to chat, and there...

Destroy All Humans! review

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Fifteen years ago, in Destroy All Humans!, the Earth was invaded. The chief invader was Cryptosporidium-137, better known as Crypto: a small grey alien...

Doom Eternal review

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One of the nifty side effects of Doom Eternal, a first-person shooter about portals that lead to Hell, is that playing it seems to...

Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 1 + 2 review

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It’s nice to see Tony Hawk again. His image was in need of renovation. The last we saw him, in Pro Skater 5, he...

Astro’s Playroom review

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The star of Astro’s Playroom is Astro, a small white robot. His body is bulbous, and sealed with a slippery gloss. There is a blue...

Journey to the Savage Planet

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For those who take titles at face value, Journey to the Savage Planet may disappoint. The first things you see are a spaceship computer screen,...