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This year has been absolutely fantastic for racing game fans, especially those with the bent for simulations. Gran Turismo Sport, Forza Motorsport 7 and Project Cars 2 are the major titles, all touting the best simulated racing experience, with meticulous details poured into all three of them. However, Project cars 2 somehow manages to come ahead in the race simply because of the sheer obsession it shows when it comes to delivering a realistic racing experience.

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I’ve always been fascinated by giant mechs fighting each other, and Gundam Versus offers giant mech battles in heaps. It’s also easily one of the best Gundam games in the market right now. Gundam Versus is very much anime, which in turn leads to some really spectacular battles. It’s a culmination of over a hundred mechs from the Gundam universe, and the sheer joy of weaving around in giant mech robots is immensely satisfying.

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Released in 2015, the original Hand Of Fate was an interesting mix of tabletop RPGs with deck building elements. It was a really enjoyable game, but there were definite areas where it could have been improved, especially in terms of player agency. The recently released sequel, Hand Of Fate 2, succeeds in making significant improvements, and offering a more compelling and tighter gameplay experience, making you feel in control while also trying to trip you up at every step.

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Max: The Curse of the Brotherhood instantly catches the eye. The quick initial plot shows young Max coming home to get immediately annoyed by his younger brother, Felix. In his frustration he reads out a spell, that magically comes into effect – a portal opens, and a monster grabs Felix. You jump in after them, and the story then follows Max on his journey to rescue his brother in a fantastical kingdom.

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