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A very Latino review of the adequately Latino Blue Beetle

The Cosmic Wheel Sisterhood offers a magical new take on deck building

Two-thirds of Metroidvania Blasphemous 2 are excellent

The Overwatch anime is a stumble in the series’ narrative ambitions

In The Last Voyage of the Demeter, Dracula’s Lyft gets a 1-star review

The musical RPG Stray Gods needed more rehearsal time

Sky Team board game sticks the landing at this year’s Gen Con

The Gran Turismo movie veers into full-on gamer cringe

Resident Evil meets the Muppets in this fantastic survival-horror game

Meg 2: The Trench drowns in oversized shark-movie silliness

Heartstopper season 2’s gut punches push it way beyond romantic ‘fluff’

Telltale’s The Expanse nails the vibes of one of TV’s most overlooked sci-fi dramas

Cyberpunk Red: Combat Zone outdoes Necromunda with a badass boxed set

Venba expands the boundaries of the cooking game genre

Hello Kitty Island Adventure is for Animal Crossing fans with wanderlust

The Witcher season 3 saved the good stuff for the very end

Disney’s Haunted Mansion movie is the anti-Pirates of the Caribbean

In spacefaring management sim The Banished Vault, no one can hear me scream

Disney Lorcana’s greatest asset may be its most divisive quality

The Venture Bros. movie is a fitting finale for one of TV’s best animated comedies

They Cloned Tyrone is one of Netflix’s biggest surprises

The horror movie Cobweb is worth it for Homelander fans and no one else

Exoprimal reveals its massive twist too late in the game

Remnant 2 is a Soulslike without the soul

Oppenheimer is Christopher Nolan at his most complex, powerful, and human

The best thriller of the year is a TV show about Idris Elba on an airplane

Dimension 20’s Dungeons and Drag Queens is a cultural reset for queer nerds

Pikmin 4 will turn you into an obsessive collector

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Hayao Miyazaki’s How Do You Live? is a gloriously demented farewell

Viewfinder is puzzle game heaven

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