Console Gaming Reviews

Liberated Review

Liberated Review

The government is bad and so is this game. That's a sentence that I hate writing because I expect bad governments but want good games.
Neversong Review

Neversong Review

Each and every one of us has experienced true guilt at some point in our life.
BE-A Walker Review

BE-A Walker Review

When I was about fifteen years old, my dad surprised me with a brand new drum set.
Minecraft Dungeons Review

Minecraft Dungeons Review

Let's be honest, there's plenty of Minecraft imitators out there.
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ITTA Review

The intensity and the fun of a bullet-hell game comes as you successfully weave between endless patterns made up of hundreds of bullets, mashing th
Maneater Review

Maneater Review

When it comes to expressing ideas outside the norm, video games have a distinct disadvantage compared to movies, books, or other artistic mediums.
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Choose Your Own Adventure: House Of Danger Review

Your psychic abilities always made you feel a bit set apart from the rest of your friends and family, but lately, you’ve been getting strange proph
The Inner Friend Review

The Inner Friend Review

Every few months, the age-old argument for games being legitimate art comes up again, and The Inner Friend has arrived just on time.
Sunless Sea Review

Sunless Sea Review

“The sea has never been friendly to man.
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Predator: Hunting Grounds Review

On paper, Predator: Hunting Grounds feels like a perfect video game representation of the franchise.
Streets of Rage 4 Review

Streets of Rage 4 Review

Streets of Rage 3 debuted on the Sega Genesis on March 17, 1994.
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Moving Out Review

I started Moving Out mere hours after helping my roommate move in real life.
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Dishonored: The RPG Review

I am always suspicious of RPGs based on official licenses; Dishonored: The RPG was no different.
Cloudpunk Review

Cloudpunk Review

There's something so appealing about cyberpunk cities. Maybe it's the super futuristic, yet familiar look of all the neon skyscrapers.
SnowRunner Review

SnowRunner Review

Simulations are tough to get right.
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Disaster Report 4: Summer Memories Review

There's something almost compelling about disasters. Let's face it.
Final Fantasy VII Remake Review

Final Fantasy VII Remake Review

Final Fantasy VII came out in 1997 and served as many people's first introduction to jRPGs.
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Lost Words: Beyond the Page Review

Stories are powerful. Stories make up the foundations of who we are as humans.
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A Fold Apart Review

A Fold Apart releases at a particularly difficult time. With a global pandemic underway, most of us are isolating in our homes.
Fort Triumph Review

Fort Triumph Review

When you think about squad-based strategy games, oftentimes you think of modern times or the future.
In Other Waters Review

In Other Waters Review

In Other Waters is perhaps one of the most unique games I've come across in my twenty-something years of gaming.
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 Campaign Remastered Review

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 Campaign Remastered Review

In 2016, to coincide with the release of Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare, Activision surprised some people by bundling it with Call of
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Granblue Fantasy: Versus Review

Granblue Fantasy: Versus is a fighting game spun off from the popular Japanese mobile and browser-based game Granblue Fantasy.
Jill and Carlos stand in front of the Nemesis in Resident Evil 3

Resident Evil 3 Review

The Resident Evil series is enjoying something of a renaissance of late. Resident Evil 7: Biohazard successfully revitalized the
Shinsekai: Into The Depths Review

Shinsekai: Into The Depths Review

There's something sort of harrowing about the bottom of the sea. Maybe it's the unknowable life forms or the darkness.
Moons of Madness Review

Moons of Madness Review

Developer Rock Pocket Games, known for their work on colorful puzzle platformer Shiftlings, alongside publisher Funcom released first-pers
Roundguard Review

Roundguard Review

It seems almost unfathomable that we don't exist amidst a wave of Peggle clones.
Control: The Foundation Review

Control: The Foundation Review

I am totally unashamed to admit that Control was my favorite game of last year.
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Bleeding Edge Review

If you’ve ever wished to combine the brutal glee of David Fincher’s Fight Club with the mutant powers of the X-Men, Bleeding Edge is proba
The Complex Review

The Complex Review

When Netflix dropped Bandersnatch, a choose-your-own-adventure story playable on any TV, we were