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PES 2018, like every other game of the series does yearly, is standing against FIFA in an unequal fight. Konami doesn’t give up and once again releases a game that’s better in some aspects, and in others it’s worse than PES 2017.

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Saying that Destiny 2 is the most anticipated premiere of this year is like saying nothing at all. Destiny was carried by a wave of expectations after fierce marketing, but unfortunately – it didn’t quite make it for the release. Due to problematic development process the game was simply poor in terms of content. Luckily, Destiny 2 doesn’t repeat the mistakes of its predecessor.

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Knack, as a launch title on PS4, failed on several levels. The game neither showed the power of the console, nor was it impressive when it comes to the gameplay. It didn’t even manage to introduce the creature made out of artifacts into pop culture. Created without time pressure, Knack 2 tries to wipe off the negative first impression and show what it could be if things were different.

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First episode of Life is Strange: Before the Storm debuts on PS Store, so it’s time to see if Chloe Price can handle high expectations left by the original story.

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Uncharted: Lost Legacy is trying to keep up its performance from the day of its release, by showing us the created world through the eyes of Chloe Frazer. It’s basically working but after completing the game you might think the series needs a couple of years off.

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Hellblade is an unusual game, but not because of its mechanics. What makes it unique is the mentally ill main character and a powerful atmosphere that’s strongly inspired by Nordic and Celtic mythology. But does it work in practice?

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When Agents of Mayhem was announced, I asked myself – why isn’t it a new Saints Row? After the announcement the question kept returning, unfortunately with no answer. After completing Agents of Mayhem I still don’t know why we’re not dealing with Saints Row, but I can tell you whether it’s worth buying.

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WipEout is one of the most honored PlayStation series, which for some time was already in a coffin waiting for a burial. However, Sony decided to change their mind, refresh WipEout HD/Fury and move WipEout 2048 to stationary console, in result giving us WipEout Omega Collection. And you have no idea what a good move it was.

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The Surge is the second attempt after Lords of the Fallen from the Deck13 Interactive team to the soulslike genre. How did the developer's studio do this time? Is it worth to buy sci-fi Souls?

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Tekken 7 debuts on PlayStation 4 after over two years from its debut on arcade machines. The advertising process has been active for months, but can we really talk about the king of the genre’s return?

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Elite Dangerous promises a lot and has come a long way since its debut in 2014. Now, PlayStation 4 owners can look at the cosmic phenomenon and see how this title has destroyed the social lives of many players.

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Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy is exactly what I wanted it to be. This is a collection of three iconic games from PlayStation, which were not tampered with nor had its level of difficulty changed, and which were merely refreshed graphically to today's standards. And despite the mechanics from the 90s, Crash is as much fun for me as it was 20 years ago.

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