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A narrative journey through one man’s life, Where The Heart Leads is an absorbing tale with a few niggling issues. The Finger Guns Review.
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A cross-play multiplayer stunt game, Crash Drive 3 is a playground of flips and explosions but lacks that final touch of polish. The Finger Guns Review. Forgive me for starting […]
Considering how recent this game is, it’s surprising to see Metro Exodus get an upgrade so soon. It may be free to last generation owners, but is it enough to draw in newcomers? The Finger Guns review:
Just one year on from being announced, Bandai Namco’s superpowered sci fi anime tale Scarlet Nexus hits shelves. But is it the new IP we hoped or a psychokinetic swing and a miss? The Finger Guns Review: