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Deathloop Overview – One other Day on the Seashore (PS5)

What occurs once you mix up Dishonored, BioShock, Darkish Souls, and Bulletstorm, add greater than a splash of roguelikes and time-loop thriller video games like The Attractive Brutale, and prime all of it off with a thick layer of ’70s grindhouse vibes? You would possibly find yourself with one thing like Deathloop, a splendidly weird expertise that defies rationalization. For each trailer and explainer about Deathloop within the lead as much as its launch, I by no means actually understood its intricacies till I bought my palms on it.

To that finish, Deathloop is a quite

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Toem assessment: a captivating pictures recreation in black and white

Toem is a pleasant recreation about pictures. Its emphasis on exploration and low stakes felt vastly totally different from one other pictures recreation I performed this yr, New Pokémon Snap. And to my shock, I loved Toem much more.

In Toem, developed by Swedish indie studio One thing We Made, you play as a personality armed with a digicam who wanders via quite a few totally different themed areas, comparable to a forest and a metropolis, taking photos of what you discover alongside the way in which. The majority of your exploration takes place from an isometric

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Hoa Review – Tranquil Beauty (PS4)

If you want a game to calm you down rather than rile you up, Skrollcat Studio believes they may have just the thing in their relaxing platformer, Hoa. Is this a short-and-sweet trip worth your time and a bit of your cash? Time to find out in our Hoa PS4 review.

Hoa PS4 Review – Hello Brightness My New Friend

Upon first booting Hoa, the most obvious thing to note is the bright color scheme of the world. The titular Hoa is a fairy who wears a red sleeveless cloak, and she has some sort of a

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Tormented Souls Review – Budget Horror (PS5)

As the end of summer draws near, all the things that make us go jump in the night and sleep with our security blankets come out from the woodwork. It’s time for all the spoopy scary movies and video games! Which is why I was super excited to get my hands on Tormented Souls. Trailers gave me the nostalgic tingles and games set in Canada are always a huge plus. So I dimmed the lights, kept the curtains shut, and had a pillow fort on standby. Have to set the mood, right?

Tormented Souls kicks off with our unassuming

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RiMS Racing PS5 Review – Interesting Balance

The world of superbike racing has been a lonely world for a long time, with Milestone basically on its own releasing games in the Ride and MotoGP series of games. However, a new contender has geared up with RaceWard Studios’ brand-new IP, RiMS Racing. With a bike roster consisting of just eight models total, can this newcomer even hope to compete with the well-established staples of the franchise? Find out in our RiMS Racing PS5 review.

RiMS Racing PS5 Review – Basic and Approachable

RiMS’ focus is on the bog standard aspects of racing games. There’s a career,

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A Review of the Sony Alpha 1 for Wedding Photography

Ever since the a9 in 2017, Sony has dominated the spec charts. As with all camera brands, different product lines had different strengths — speed, resolution, video. In 2021 however, Sony dropped a surprise with the Alpha 1, which combines the best of everything that came before it.

Does it deliver on the hype? This review covers everything about using the Alpha 1 for wedding photography.

For context, I’ve previously shot systems based on the Canon 5D Mark III, Nikon D750, Fuji X-T2, and most recently the Sony a9 and a9 II.

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