Doom Eternal review: Gold medal gore

Id Software is back for a victory lap in Doom Eternal
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Animal Crossing: New Horizons review: The vacation we need

Relaxing, yet packed with things to do, Animal Crossing: New Horizons is the escapism we need right now

Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Rescue Team DX review: A monotonous adventure

Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Mystery Team DX is a repetitive game that misunderstands its target audience

Pascal’s Wager review: Finally, a Souls-like for your phone

A Dark Souls game on mobile devices, and somehow not a complete disaster

PlayStation DualShock 4 Back Button Attachment review: Great upgrade, great price

A $30 accessory is the perfect complement to the original controller -- and adds two buttons
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8BitDo Zero 2 review: This gamepad fits in your pocket

The 8BitDo Zero 2 is the tiniest controller I've ever seen, and it's a great option for playing the Nintendo Switch on the go. You'll just have to make sure you take some breaks.
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Ring Fit Adventure Review: A sweaty week in Nintendo’s ring

Nintendo's Ring Fit Adventure is a refreshing take on working out for that offers something for people of all fitness levels, and it's RPG mechanics will keep you going.

Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order review

Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order isn't the most unique take we've seen in a video game adaptation of the franchise. Despite that, its blending of several games and Star Wars tropes works.

The Last of Us Part 2 hands-on preview: Even darker

The Last of Us Part 2 takes us five years later where Ellie and Joel lead a somewhat normal life. But Ellie’s life is thrown following an event that sets her on a path of revenge.

Death Stranding review: Bridging the divide

Death Stranding is a technical marvel filled with innovative social components, though its slow, repetitive gameplay is often too high-concept for its own good.
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