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  • April brought a slew of big-name and indie titles, with some surprising hits and unfortunate misses. 1 / 9

  • Although highly-anticipated, Days Gone provided little more than a middle-of-the-road experience. 2 / 9

  • God’s Trigger is a fast-paced, top-down shooter with an emphasis on violence. 3 / 9

  • Jump, climb, drift, ride, and warp your way through over 270 obstacle-filled levels in BoxBoy! + BoyGirl! 4 / 9

  • Anno 1800 is a city-building strategy game that puts players in the heart of the industrial revolution of the 19th-century. 5 / 9

  • Mortal Kombat 11 is just the latest entry into the franchise, providing exciting gameplay along with a surprisingly well-executed time travel story. 6 / 9

  • The genres of Survival Horror, Graphic Adventure, and Puzzle-solving combine to create Yuppie Psycho's unique adventure. 7 / 9

  • Katana Zero is a neo-noir, action-platformer that focuses on fast-paced action. 8 / 9

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