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If the photo mode got a bit more care (I seemed to have only one fixed posture in it), the combat was a little more than this bare minimum, and perhaps if there were more enemy types and just a bit more content, then Journey to the Savage could have easily been a massive surprise, as it has its good things.

Journey to the Savage Planet – Yes Man’s Sky

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Yes Man's Sky
REVIEW - In case you don't find Farming Simulator 19 appropriate or satisfying, or in case you got tired of it, here's a rival game, Farmer's Dynasty that has been in Steam early access for a year or more before it also got ported to consoles, except for the Nintendo Switch version. You have to become successful with an inherited farm.

Farmer’s Dynasty – Little Farm On The Prairie

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Little Farm On The Prairie
REVIEW - From the authors of Sprint Vector comes Creed: Rise to Glory, a new boxing game for PlayStation VR based on the eponymous cinematic spin-off of Rocky.

Creed: Rise to Glory – Wear the Eye of the Tiger!

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Wear the Eye of the Tiger!
Darksiders Genesis (and not Mega Drive... the game's title will always remind me of SEGA's 16-bit console...) introduces us the fourth Horseman of the Apocalypse, called Strife.

Darksiders Genesis – Horsemen Mega Drive

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Horsemen Mega Drive
Blacksad: Under The Skin - With its anthropomorphic characters and its incredible 1950s feel, Blacksad: Under the Skin delivers all the eerily dark adventure of a detective novel, just like the eponymous comic book series. While embodying detective John Blacksad, players will have to conduct this adventure in their way.

Blacksad: Under The Skin – Investicat

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Investicat
The story of Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order begins shortly after the end of Episode III: Revenge of the Sith. And the least we can do is that it's no good being Jedi. After decreeing his great Purge, the Empire hunts down the Knights of the Force one by one to eradicate them.

Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order – The Force is Strong in That One

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The Force is Strong in That One
REVIEW - After nearly two decades, the Shenmue series are continuing, but not on the SEGA Dreamcast.

Shenmue III – Antiquity

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Antiquity

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