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HyperX Cloud Alpha Wireless review: 300 hours of audio bliss

HyperX's Cloud Alpha Wireless boasts a massive 300 hours of battery life, which is backed up by the best comfort and sound quality in the industry.
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DXRacer Craft review: It ain’t pretty, but it sure is comfy

If you want a durable, comfortable office chair and don't mind if it looks kind of ridiculous, check out the DXRacer Craft.
Quill jumps into a fight in Moss: Book 2.

Moss: Book 2 review: Modest VR mouse becomes mighty

Moss: Book 2 makes one of VR's best adventure games even better with small, but impactful improvements.
Rey explors Ahch-To in Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga.

Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga review: Focus, Padawan

Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga features a massive galactic sandbox that's fun to explore, but also lacks focus.
Someone shoots an explosive in Weird West.

Weird West review: Turning the old West into a sandbox

Weird West tells its engrossing story in a unique way, giving players a front-row seat to the consequences of their actions.
The Dragon Lord in Tiny Tina's Wonderlands.

Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands review: We’re not on Pandora anymore

Tiny Tina's Wonderlands is a delightful Borderlands spinoff that paves a path toward new expansions of the franchise.
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Rune Factory 5 review: A farmer’s life for me

Rune Factory 5 should satisfy fans and cozy game enthusiasts, but its not quite as friendly for newcomers.
A spirit in a yellow raincoat stands on a street in Ghostwire: Tokyo.

Ghostwire: Tokyo review: Folklore becomes freak show

Ghostwire: Tokyo makes up for its generic structure with an engrossing world built around Japanese folklore.
A small fox looks up at a statue in Tunic.

Tunic review: Not-so-fantastic Mr. Fox

Frustratingly obtuse from its start, the most difficult thing about Tunic is progressing after getting stuck.
Jack garland closes his fist in Stranger of Paradise: Final Fantasy Origin.

Stranger of Paradise: Final Fantasy Origin review: RIP Chaos

Final Fantasy Origin will enthrall players with its dumb, but awesome story and approachable Soulslike gameplay.
Playing Amazon Luna on a laptop.

Amazon Luna review: Not quite on cloud nine yet

Amazon Luna works well enough, but it won't leave a lasting impression without a much better game library.
A character sits in front of a glowing, yellow orb in Elden Ring.

Elden Ring review: Even the haters will be impressed

Elden Ring offers the best open-world exploration since Breath of the Wild, though its issues are hard to fully ignore.
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Super Monkey Ball Banana Mania review: It won’t quite make you go ape

Super Monkey Ball Banana Mania brings together a variety of stages from series history, but can't stick the landing.
A rider rides a Tigrex in Monster Hunter Stories 2.

Monster Hunter Stories 2: Wings of Ruin review: A less intimidating hunt

Monster Hunter Stories 2: Wings of Ruin is a perfect Monster Hunter game for players who find the series overwhelming.
Mario, Wario, and Rosalina run in Mario Golf: Super Rush.

Mario Golf: Super Rush review: Less is more in golf scores, not video games

Mario Golf: Super Rush features the series' best core golf gameplay, but is severely lacking in content.
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World of Warcraft Burning Crusade Classic review: Too true to its roots

After 15 long years, World of Warcraft's first expansion somehow feels like the best thing for it right now.
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Infinity Game Table review: Digital board game rolls dice with mixed success

The Infinity Game Table is a clever, modern approach to board games, but it lacks the some key features.
A main character in Scarlet Nexus.

Scarlet Nexus review: A deep story with even deeper action

Scarlet Nexus is a unique Japanese action role-playing game with surprises around every corner for any fan of the genre.
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PowerA Fusion Pro 2 for Xbox review: A cheaper Elite Series 2 with compromises

PowerA's new Xbox Fusion Pro 2 controller is cheaper than an Elite Series 2, but for a reason.
Ratchet fires a huge weapon in Ratchet & Clank Rift Apart.

Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart review: Another PS5 superhero spectacle

Ratchet & Clank Rift Apart is another standout PS5 exclusive that takes full advantage of the system's power.

Biomutant review: A scrappy action RPG that’s loaded with creativity

Biomutant bites off more than it can chew, but makes up for it with inventive and colorful world building.
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PowerA Fusion for Nintendo Switch review: Elite Switch controller has trade-offs

The PowerA Fusion is a nifty alternative to Nintendo's Pro Switch controller, though it requires some key sacrifices.
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Resident Evil Village review: Franchise’s highs, lows crammed into one package

Resident Evil Village crams all of the franchise's strengths and weaknesses into an uneven, though intriguing package.

Returnal review: The PS5 finally gets its must-play exclusive

The PS5's latest exclusive is a fast and furious shooter with the creative spirit of an indie game.
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NieR Replicant upgrade review: Still flawed, but more engrossing than ever

NieR Replicant is a much-needed touch-up of the 2010 cult classic that comes with all the same strengths and weaknesses.
Lightning strikes the battlefield in Diablo 2: Resurrected.

Diablo II: Resurrected’s technical alpha showcases a faithful remaster of an aging classic

In an improvement over Blizzard's last remaster, the Diablo II: Resurrected technical alpha works a treat for franchise fans.

Outriders review: Thrilling action makes up for a flat sci-fi story

Outriders brings the noise with excellent third-person shooting and satisfying space magic, but its sci-fi world underwhelms.
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iiRcade review: A high-quality home arcade system that’s still growing

The iiRcade brings the arcade experience home with a top-notch machine that's still growing its game library.
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Balan Wonderworld review: I think to myself, what a blunder-full world

Balan Wonderworld is a colorful platformer that struggles to deliver fun platforming.
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Magic: Legends’ beta hides an enjoyable co-op adventure behind a sluggish start

Magic: Legends leans on the IP's roots to shake up the ARPG genre, but the pros are overwhelmed by the cons.
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It Takes Two review: Teamwork makes the dream work

It Takes Two is a delightful video game romantic comedy that's one part Nintendo, one part Pixar.
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Monster Hunter Rise review: A grand hunt that’s far from over

By weaving web-slinging into the action RPG, Monster Hunter Rise has the power to unite a divided fanbase.
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Bravely Default 2 review: Innovative combat can’t fully heal a generic RPG story

In trying to recapture what popularized the genre, Bravely Default 2 misunderstands why it fell out of favor.
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Project Triangle Strategy features promising tactics, but the story holds it back

Between solid strategy mechanics and a dutiful appreciation of the player's time, the core of Project Triangle Strategy is strong, but its story is not.