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Final Fantasy XIV Online: A Realm Reborn Review

Final Fantasy XIV found itself languishing back during its original release only weeks after its inception. The juggernaut Final Fantasy XI grew into was a tough act to follow, but no one predicted such a spectacular failure. Square Enix took note and responsibility and made a resolution to learn from its past mistakes, releasing Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn as a "rebirth" of sorts for the massively multiplayer online role-playing game that could.
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Mass Effect Andromeda Review-In-Progress: Ruff Ryder

While exploring an ancient facility known as a Vault on the planet Eos in Mass Effect Andromeda, I was asked by my AI assistant SAM to follow the coolant lines routed beyond a closed door. The lines wrapped around a corner and continued on through the door to the next area. It seemed like the logical next step according to the mission's waypoint, but when I tried to prompt protagonist Ryder to open the door, she wasn't able to. The door remained locked.
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Snipperclips - Cut It Out, Together! Review: Just A Trim

Have you ever taken a piece of construction paper and snipped away at it endlessly until you were left with some ornate design? That’s probably a staple of most people’s childhoods. Cutting away at colorful paper is just fun to do, because you either never know what you’re going to end up with or you finish up with something precise and beautiful. That’s how playing the Nintendo Switch’s debut puzzle game Snipperclips - Cut It Out, Together! made me feel.
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Just Dance 2017 Review: You Should Be Dancin', Yeah

Just Dance is a baffling series, and Just Dance 2017 is no different. It’s always been available on consoles that have never quite nailed full-body tracking (the Wii comes to mind). When it did make its debut via the Xbox’s Kinect peripheral, the game improved slightly with the ability to include your entire body into the mix. The Switch’s iteration feels just as crippled as ever, with a release that didn’t really seem as though it had a legitimate reason to be made other than to cash in on the
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