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Review: Katamari Damacy REROLL

by Mazen Abdallahon December 13, 2018
Lots of games claim to have a cult following, but it doesn’t get more cult than Katamari Damacy. Initially released on the PS2, the colorful arcade title put players in control of a little green fellow who had to push a Katamari – a spherical object – around and roll all sorts of objects into […]
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Review: Just Cause 4

by Nazih Fareson December 12, 2018
Another day, another explosion, right? Just Cause 4 is back with yet another coup d’etat simulator, and this time we’re going to South America. The setting this time around is Solis, a massive country with a tyrannical regime that only understands one thing: explosions. If this sounds familiar, it’s probably because Just Cause has kind […]
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Review: Persona Dancing: Endless Night Collection

by Nazih Fareson December 3, 2018
Three years after Persona 4: Dancing All Night, Atlus is back and not with a sequel, but two of them in one go! Persona Dancing: Endless Night Collection is basically both Persona 3: Dancing in Moonlight and Persona 5: Dancing in Starlight, both previously released first in Japan this may. Sold together on PlayStation 4 […]

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Review: Civilization VI on Nintendo Switch

by Nazih Fareson November 29, 2018
Two years after its release on the PC, Civilization VI finally makes its move to console, and while most of you expected the “stronger” machine, it’s not the case. A port that I personally don’t see as a surprise, Civilization VI on Nintendo Switch makes total sense, but there’s always a worry on the front of quality […]
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Review: Battlefield V

by Mazen Abdallahon November 29, 2018
The Battlefield series is by far one my favourite game series ever. That’s because it manages to really deliver on its name. The game tosses you into probably the closest you’ll ever get to an actual battlefield without enlisting. Its massive 64-player skirmishes are chaotic and messy, and its class system allows you to contribute […]

A Farewell Letter from the Editor-in-Chief

by Nazih Fareson November 27, 2018
Blogging is an infinitely rich and complex adventure. Sometimes, this past-time allows you to learn, to progress, to acquire skills that you did not suspect, and this is what happened when I founded VGProfessional more than five years ago. But it can also be a source of frustration because this complexity is not what I […]

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Review: Fallout 76

by James Gournaliston November 26, 2018
At around the 40-hour mark during my time with Fallout 76, I was running around with two other people when all of a sudden someone dropped a nuke in a nearby area. What this does in the game is that it temporary irradiates the blast radius, populating it with higher-level enemies who yield better rewards […]
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Review: Darksiders III

by Mazen Abdallahon November 23, 2018
You know, there are tons of games in which you try and survive in the apocalypse. Usually, you’re just an everyday person caught up in a bad situation trying to survive the end times. But in a few games, you get to play as the people who are actually behind the end times; I’m speaking […]
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Review: HITMAN 2

by Mazen Abdallahon November 22, 2018
The HITMAN games are some of my favourites ever, and I think the reason is that they feature such creative ways of killing people. While other games focus on more vanilla means of murder like guns and swords, the HITMAN games want you to be a little smarter. HITMAN games have always offered elaborate murder […]

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Review: LEGO DC Super-Villains

by Sara Basmaon November 20, 2018
If you heard of Traveler’s Tales, then you probably know it as the company behind the infamous LEGO videogame series… And yes, they are back with yet another edition (the 28th if our math is correct), this one called LEGO DC Super-Villains, a spin-off to the LEGO Batman Trilogy. Despite the Lego formula being tired […]
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