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SolForge Fusion wants to be the next generation of tabletop deck building

Burncycle promises an action-packed robot Ocean’s 11, but at times it feels like drudgery

Is Westworld season 4 worth watching? Depends on what you came to Westworld for

What We Do in the Shadows season 4 goes all in on a vampire nightclub

Netflix’s Resident Evil series could have been about superdad Albert Wesker. Instead it’s just boring

Here’s what we liked about Thor: Love and Thunder

Yurei Deco is a candy-colored coming-of-age mystery set in a surveillance state

With Xenoblade Chronicles 3, Monolith Soft finally seems unconstrained

Star Trek’s blend of dialogue and action feels ideal for a Telltale-style game

Only Murders in the Building has the best apartment building on TV, but people keep dying in it

Sega’s open-world Sonic Frontiers has traditional Sonic levels, too

Neon White isn’t just for ‘freaks,’ it made me into one

Sonic the Hedgehog is a burned-out millennial like me

A taste of Cuphead’s Delicious Last Course is as challenging and satisfying as ever

Netflix subscribers, do yourself a favor and download Poinpy

Diablo Immortal proves Diablo was always meant for phones

The best thing about Obi-Wan Kenobi is a frustratingly enormous spoiler

The Quarry creates a cast of compelling campers to torment

Apple’s Prehistoric Planet starts with the very best kind of dinosaurs

Batman: Everybody Lies is a big improvement on the Detective board game formula

Midnight Ghost Hunt’s first major update adds a terrifying doll factory

Evil Dead: The Game is a bloody good time, especially with friends

No Man’s Sky’s latest update is a solid, if shallow, Han Solo fantasy

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Shredder’s Revenge brings the TMNT beat-’em-up into the modern age

Knotwords is a sudoku-infused fix for Wordle lovers

The Halo show is finally making a case for its Master Chief

Sephonie feels like a secret skateboarding game

The MCU isn’t built for a show like Moon Knight

Dune: Spice Wars doesn’t bring anything new to the Dune table

Barry keeps killing it, and that’s the problem

Showtime’s The Man Who Fell to Earth remake (almost) promises a future we can believe in

The Marvel Multiverse game feels out of step with modern tabletop RPGs

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