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Escape From Tarkov Review: Disabled Recruits Need Not Enlist

*Header image courtesy of Battlestate Games* I tend to avoid military simulations. The intensity of micromanaging every aspect of my character overwhelms me to the point of detracting from the experience. Despite the utilization of traditional simulation mechanics, Escape from Tarkov’s hectic encounters are exhilarating, yet an egregious amount of keybindings may mar the game for physically disabled players. Developed

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Monster Hunter: World Review: A Hunter’s Heaven

*Header image courtesy of Capcom* The Monster Hunter franchise is notoriously difficult. Without a decent understanding of the incredible battle subtleties, each fight can devolve into a chaotic slugfest between your hunter and the beast. Thankfully, Monster Hunter: World is one of the most immersive games in the series, one which continues to cater to me despite being a series

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Destiny 2 Review: A Promising Future

*Header image courtesy of Bungie* My brief time spent with the original Destiny culminated in such an unpleasant experience, that I questioned my sanity for spending $60 on an unpolished, empty game. Naturally, I held some warranted reservations for the sequel. Thankfully, Destiny 2 is nothing short of incredible, consistently amazing me with its engaging gameplay. Developed by Bungie, best

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Pokémon: Silver Version Review: Reliving My Childhood

*Header courtesy of Nintendo* On Friday, Nintendo rereleased the original Pokémon: Silver Version and Pokémon: Gold Version on the 3DS’ Virtual Console. When asked to review the second generation, I immediately said yes. After all, it’s not like I needed an excuse to beat these titles for the 38th time. Developed by Game Freak, and originally releasing in 1999, Silver

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Injustice 2 Review: An Intense Superhero Beat-down

*Header image courtesy of NetherRealm Studios* In 2013, NetherRealm Studios released Injustice: Gods Among Us, allowing comic book fans to finally answer the age-old question of who would win in a fight: Batman or Superman? Not only that, Injustice excelled at delivering fast-paced, fluid encounters, solidifying the title as an excellent addition to an already expansive genre. Four-years-later, Injustice 2

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