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Bayonetta 2 for PC Review & Watch Gameplay

Bayonetta 2

Haha, glory. This game. It’s not often I’m forced to lock the door and pull the curtains, but Platinum Games does it – with a hell of a hell of a hell of a hell. Where ” Bayonetta ” turned the temperature to eleven, the sequel adjusts the crazy knot to twelve. Perhaps without the very big …

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Amphora for PC Review & Watch Gameplay

Amphora

Amphora for PC Review & Watch Gameplay:  There is a will behind “Amphora” which has reverberated in the majority of Norwegian game releases in recent years: Norwegian game creators seem to wake up strong emotions, especially in shapes and shades we are not used to. The game lasts just over two …

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Little Big Planet 3 for PC Review & Watch Gameplay

Little Big Planet 3

There is a separate small guest room for “Little Big Planet” in my heart. Ever since I saw the first pictures from the first game, I’ve been a little in love with what became a series later. Last year’s game for the handheld console PlayStation Vita also proved that the …

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This War of Mine for PC Review & Gameplay

This War of Mine

Everyone knows that war is terrible. We also know (and feel) that it is first and foremost the civilians who suffer from a lasting conflict and that games such as “Call of Duty” are fantasy distributions completely detached from how real warfare is taking place. Nevertheless, my understanding has grown …

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Knack 2 PC Game Review & Gameplay

Knack 2 PC Game Review & Gameplay

Knack was one of the games released with PlayStation 4 in 2013, and unfortunately fell in the same trap as many other launch games have done before and after. It was not necessarily a single thing that was rubbish wrong with the gaming experience – instead, Knack was characterized by …

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Destiny 2 PC Game Review & Gameplay

Destiny 2

It is now a week since we published our first impression of Destiny 2. Then we could communicate a mixed impression, but regardless of whether it was positive or negative, we were clear that much in Destiny 2 was recognized by its predecessor. With a good deal of hours behind …

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