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10 Oculus Quest New Release Reviews – Part 1

The Oculus Quest all-in-one standalone VR headset came out late last month and we’ve been spending a few weeks throwing ourselves around in some of the launch titles and new releases, today we’re going to give you our first impression on just 10 of those.We aren't going to be covering any of the free titles such as Rec Room, VR Chat, Bigscreen or PokerStars (although we think these titles are great too).This is part one of what will hopefully be a series of brief game reviews for the Oculus Quest. Let’s start in alphabetical order, simply ‘cause its prettier…Angry Birds: Isle

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Thea 2 : The Shattering Review

Thea 2: The Shattering is a sequel to the 4X strategy with RPG and card game elements developed by MuHa Games. Thea 2 takes us to the same fantasy land as the previous game, where we will find many inspirations from the Slavic mythology.Thea 2: The Shattering is a hybrid of game genres. You could call it turn-based or survival. Maybe even RPG. It is tactical and it is rogue-like. Managing all these at once is a delicate dance. Even more, Thea 2 draws upon its predecessor by enlarging the scope of some aspects while adding further detail to others. On

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ATLAS Review

Before reading, please note that this game is still in Early Access state.From the creators of ARK: Survival Evolved comes ATLAS and just like ARK, ATLAS is an open world MMO survival game that offers a great adventure, the only difference is that ARK is about dinosaurs and ATLAS is about Pirates. Unfortunately if you played ARK before you'll feel more like it's an ARK DLC so for ARK players so I'll do a short review for you which will be a small comparison between ARK and ATLAS and the rest will be a long review for non-ARK players.For ARK players:After

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Mordhau Review

If you happened to be gaming on the PC in the early 2010's, you might have heard of a somewhat niche but highly popular multiplayer game by the name of Chivalry: Medieval Warfare. As the name may infer, this was a fighting title with medieval-era weaponry that paired simple to understand but difficult to master swordplay mechanics with an immersive team-based objective mode that made for some of the most engaging and blood-pumping competitive multiplayer I have ever experienced, even with some technical hiccups. Despite the success of Chivalry, developers Torn Banner chose to abandon the IP, with their next project

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Tropico 6 Review

Holding onto power isn’t easy. As El Presidente of a remote island nation, Tropico 6 asks you to oversee your nation’s economy, military, and tourism board. While managing the needs of an ever-growing population is complicated, keeping everyone happy is even harder.As a nearly all-powerful ruler, you determine your country’s layout, dictating the location of businesses, public transportation routes, and the kinds of crops grown at each plantation. As you build, your nation slowly marches through the decades, and each era introduces better technology. Researching blueprints for new buildings and tourist traps is a good carrot on a stick that keeps