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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 […]

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: NBA 2K Playgrounds 2

by Nazih Fareson November 14, 2018
A year after its first launch, Saber Interactive went heavy on working on the sequel for its NBA Jam spiritual successor: NBA Playgrounds. Right before its planned launch earlier this year, the game was delayed for no reason, until we discovered that Take-Two picked up the title as its publisher, expanding its NBA 2K franchise […]
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Review: My Hero One’s Justice

by Nazih Fareson November 9, 2018
Written and created by Kohei Horikoshi, the shonen manga phenomenon that is My Hero Academia is still strong, officially reaching 16 million copies in print since mid-2018. Now years after its adaption from a manga to anime, Bandai Namco grabbed the opportunity to create the video game adaption of the series, simply named My Hero One’s Justice for […]

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Review: Just Dance 2019

by Nazih Fareson November 6, 2018
Started off as a mini-game inside Raving Rabbids, Just Dance 2019 is pretty much the only remnant of the dance craze that started back in the days of the Nintendo Wii in 2009. Now years later, with Dance Dance Revolution and Dance Central has pretty much gone from the annual release calendar, Ubisoft’s Just Dance is […]
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Review: Child of Light Ultimate Edition

by Nazih Fareson October 21, 2018
A little project from the Ubisoft Montreal team based on the same engine used for Rayman Origins, Child of Light is an adventure RPG game that was praised when it came out back in 2014 on most major consoles at the time. Now four years later, the team at Ubisoft thought it would be great […]
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Review: This is the Police 2

by Nazih Fareson October 13, 2018
Halfway between an interactive novel and a management game, This Is the Police 2 continues in a way the story of police chief Jack Boyd now in Sharpwood right after the original game (reviewed here on the site) which came out in less than a year ago. Highly influenced by 1980’s detective stories, WeAppy Studio decided […]

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Review: Super Mario Party

by Nazih Fareson October 7, 2018
After numerous versions, the Mario Party series is always considered the second Nintendo franchise that optimally could end friendships after Mario Kart. In the end, whether you are the winner or loser, this digital board game has always offered a fun experience especially with its original and sometimes crazy mini-games. Now exactly 20 years after […]