Call of Duty: World War 2 – Review – Call of Duty returns to its roots once again

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Hello soldiers, I’m Kinglink and It’s time to review Call of Duty World War II.

Call of Duty is a pretty long-running series. At least it feels like that. It’s only about 16 years old at this point, starting in 2003. And yet we’ve had a yearly title almost every year except for 2004, and … well, 2018, it is hard to call Black Ops 4 a mainline game, but you can read about that in a previous review.

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Spyro Reignited Trilogy Review – Exactly how a collection should be done

Played on Windows.
Also Available on Switch, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4.

Spyro was one of the unofficial mascots of the Sony Playstation, along with Crash and a few other potential choices. Made by Insomniac Games, it was one of the iconic series that people think about when they think about the original Playstation platform, and with that memory, it’s no surprise gamers often think of it as one of the best games for the system. Twenty years have passed but the original three Spyro games have returned in the Spyro Reignited Trilogy made by Toys for Bob. But how well can a twenty-year-old game perform in the modern era?

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BattleTech Review – A more strategic Mechwarrior

Played on Windows.
Also on Linux, and macOS.

BattleTech is a strategy RPG where players move their giant mechs around to fight other mechs throughout a rather large and long campaign. Players will not only manage their mechs, but also their squad and ship focusing on running a mercenary crew. It’s a unique experience but also gives the player a lot more freedom than one might expect.

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My Friend Pedro – Review – It’s always good to make new friends

Played on Windows.
Also available on Nintendo Switch.

My Friend Pedro is a strange game. The entire trailer has left a lot of questions in my mind and the fact is Devolver Digital’s lineup before this has been quite solid and kept me interested. I’ve covered The Messenger recently and reviewed Ruiner before that but Devolver Digital has become well known for it’s interesting and sometimes bizarre titles, and My Friend Pedro certainly lives up to that bar.

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The Messenger and Picnic Panic Review – Exactly how a homage should be done.

Played on Windows
Also available on Playstation 4, and Switch.

The Messenger has continued to be heralded as an important Metroidvania and Platformer of last year, as a fan of both genres it has remained on my radar, and finally, I had an opening and picked up The Messenger and have now played through it. So is it actually a great Metroidvania and Platformer? Let’s see.

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Wolfenstein: Youngblood – Review – Another disappointing entry into Wolfenstein lore

Played on Windows.
Also on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and Switch

So with just reviewing Wolfenstein 2: The New Colossus, I wasn’t sure if I should cover Wolfenstein: Youngblood back to back, but after playing the newest Wolfenstein I actually changed my mind, It felt right to cover Youngblood for a few reasons, but ultimately, I think as a cautionary tale of being careful of what you wish for.

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