Console Gaming Reviews
Paper Beast was already a critically acclaimed VR title from Pixel Reef studios, so the surprise of their brand new Folded Edition
As we inch ever-closer to the holidays, there's plenty to be excited about.
Three of my favorite video games of all time are Portal 2, Metroid Prime, and The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time
From start to finish, you're in for a ride with Ghostrunner.
Games try to tackle the themes of life and death all the time. While there's always going to be varying degrees of success, it's not often that a g
You clutch your briefcase close to your chest as freezing January rain hammers down hard against you in another strange European city.
Back in the distant year of 2016, a developer known as Art in Heart (made up of a few folks, including Ditto on it
It may not feel like Halloween is really on its way this year - parties will be outdoors in the cold and sparsely attended, it'll be difficult to s
One of the first things that most game reviewers are taught in their career is to judge a game based on its merits no matter what it costs.
Death in video games come in many forms, but the common consensus is that death is bad, obviously. In Dark Souls, you lose your hard-earn
As a Brit, I often encounter stereotypes of my sceptred isle.
The Walking Dead Onslaught has some big boots to fill after it’s sister Virtual Reality game, Saints And Sinners, ended up becomi
Personalized games, or single game experiences, are somewhat of a trade-off.
Zoids Wild: Blast Unleashed starts with two options: Battle and Missions.
Waking up on a strange beach, you struggle to recall any memory of who you are or why you’re here.
Star Wars games have been few and far between the last few years, but there's still plenty of legacy titles to go back to.
Three years ago Toys for Bob and Vicarious Visions revived Crash Bandicoot in the N*Sane Trilogy, bringing Crash Bandicoot back to his roo
The year is 1974 and life is good for you and your friends.
Nintendo does something special with every single 3D Super Mario game. They keep their games consistent. Consistent in quality and fun.
I'll admit, I'd never even heard of the show, Trollhunters: Tales of Arcadia, when the game arrived at my figurative desk.
"Excess in all things" is a recurring thought as I waded through the Serious Sam trilogy over the years, and Serious Sam 4 doesn'
It isn't quite clear how or why a game like Doraemon: Story of Seasons came to be, but that doesn't mean that it isn't absolutely wonderfu
On paper, Hades appears to be a rogue-like dungeon crawler, similar to The Binding of Isaac or Darkest Dungeon, but in p
I sometimes wonder what frontiers gaming has left to overcome. The pursuit of graphical realism is drawing ever-closer to its goal. What then?
When you think of Warhammer 40,000, the tabletop wargame from Games Workshop, most will think of hulking Space Marines gunning do
The Timeless King, who brought order and stability to the world of Dünya for centuries, has disappeared. In his wake, the great iron clock has come
When it comes to telling a story there's almost no incorrect way to do it.