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Winter Games 2021

Reviews, previews, and news about all the games that kept us warm and entertained through the 2020-21 wintertime season

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Gnosia creators on the cult hit that’s finally coming to the US

The single-player impostor game comes to the Switch on March 4

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Josef Fares might love co-op ‘too much’

The games industry wild card on It Takes Two and why everyone should ‘stop talking about replayability’

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The Medium is the kind of exclusive Microsoft should be courting

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Ghosts ’n Goblins creator opens up about Resurrection and video game difficulty

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Everything we know about Harvest Moon: One World

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Monster Hunter Rise doesn’t skip a beat on Switch

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Super Mario 3D World + Bowser’s Fury is a fantastic double feature

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Skul: The Hero Slayer has few new ideas, but plenty of great moments

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Hitman 3 is the first game to get Argentina right, and hopefully not the last

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Little Nightmares 2 is a horrifying journey that occasionally loses its way

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Persona 5 Strikers is the best version of a high school reunion

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In Nioh 2, you learn to believe in a better future — and fight for it

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Disco Elysium: The Final Cut is the game the team had ‘dreamt of launching’

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The Switch finally gets the best Mario game you haven’t played

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The Games of Winter 2021

New and upcoming games to play while safe and warm indoors

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The biggest board games and role-playing games of the winter

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All the big video games coming out in winter 2021

With two months of winter left, here’s what we look forward to playing

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Werewolf: The Apocalypse has bloody fun moments, but not enough

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Strip-mining the galaxy has never been so satisfying

The Medium starts off personal and poignant, but ends in cliché

Bowser’s Fury is the most chaotic Mario game I’ve ever played

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Cyber Shadow offers NES-style difficulty, while letting you dodge the frustration

Persona 5 Strikers has a lot of Persona DNA

Little Nightmares 2 finds terror in all the tiny details 

Monster Hunter Rise’s dog companion will be the player’s best friend