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Kunai

Kunai, metacritic user score goes from 8.1 to 1.7

The phenomenon of review bombing is becoming an increasingly widespread phenomenon on Metacritic, even in independent productions such as Kunai. Not only Death Stranding and Pokémon, also the metroidvania title developed by TurtleBlaze, reviewed on its own ...
Warcraft III

Warcraft III Reforged isn't that bad

If someone had the unfortunate idea of ​​searching Warcraft III Reforged on Google these days, what they would find would be hell. An unplayable disaster, the worst game ever according to reviews on Metacritic, ...

The Assassin's Creed: Origins Metacritic page has been invaded by false reviews

On Metacritic, a veritable invasion of Assassin's Creed: Origins reviews is underway. The problem with these positive reviews is that they are patently false. The game page on Metacritic has ...

Minecraft Dungeons - The first DLC and cross-platform are coming soon

Mojang Studios has just confirmed the release date and further details on the first DLC for Minecraft Dungeon, the spin-off in salsa dungeon crawler ...

Half-Life: Alyx - The completely VR-Less mod arrives

If you remember, in the last month Valve has offered Half-Life: Alyx players additional tools for the development of the mods to be shared in the Steam Workshop section ....

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