Video Game Previews

The Sims 4: Journey To Batuu Is Virtual Galaxy's Edge

Sometimes, cash grabs by companies are subtle, you’re not aware until after you’ve given them your hard earned money that they were making a play f

Remothered: Broken Porcelain is Bloodcurdling

"But I didn't do anything!" she tearfully pleaded with the woman thundering down the hall after her.

Dirt 5 Playgrounds Lets You Craft Your Own Fun

Whether it be the arcade-like controls and sense of speed, or it’s realistic but fun approach to off-road racing, the Dirt games have always

First Contact With Alien Hominid Invasion Disappoints

The Behemoth is a longtime indie developer known for creating charming and very humorous titles.

Under the Jolly Roger Hoists Sail to Nintendo Switch

Under the Jolly Roger is a pirate action-adventure RPG for Switch, featuring an open world, hundreds of quests and more ship to ship comba

Blacksmith Bay Lets You Smith Swords and Sell Wares

Blacksmith Bay promises to let you build your own metalworking business while also providing an entertaining action RPG experience.

Rules of Alchemy is a Seriously Challenging ARPG

One Play NYC 2020 game that I couldn't resist checking out was Rules of Alchemy. This in-development title that promised to provide an act

Pathfinder: Kingmaker Definitive Edition is A Near Hit

Pathfinder: Kingmaker is a game I both love and hate.

Transformers Battlegrounds Is Just Prime

Transformers is one the more malleable forms of entertainment out there.

Monster Crown Is A Grown-Up Pokémon Game That Makes You Feel Like A Kid Again

In today's post-Pokémon Go world, it can be easy for longtime fans of the series who have been catching 'em all since Gen 1 to feel left beh

Iron Harvest Steams Ahead with Mechs

Iron Harvest is a return to the traditional, competitive style real-time strategy genre.

Eastern Exorcist Is A Hugely Promising Action RPG

No matter how dramatic and exciting real exorcisms are, they're almost certainly never as thrilling as popular culture paints them up to be.

Zoids Wild: Blast Unleashed Revives My Nostalgia

When it comes to mecha series, there are a lot that stands out. The tactical intensity of Battletech keeps players coming back.

Ben 10: Power Trip Gets Some Fresh Air

It goes without saying that the sandbox adventure has seen a revival these past few years.

The Sims 4: Nifty Knitting Stuff Is Fun For Knit Wits

Much like Lemony Snicket and his solemn duty to record and relay the lives of the Baudelaire orphans, it is my own heavy burden to play the unendin

Ary and the Secret of Seasons Needs a Few More Months of Summer

The prospect of a young hero controlling the seasons at her fingertips is an exciting idea, which is exactly what hooked me into Ary and the Se

Metamorphosis Bugs Out

Franz Kafka was known for writing some weird stuff.

Skully Kept On Rolling

There were stretches in Skully where I felt like I was eight years old again.

No Straight Roads is on a Road to Success

Everyone's taste is subjective. However, there are no two ways around it, rock and roll remain one of the most popular genres of music.

Hotshot Racing Reignites Arcade Racing Nostalgia

Between Gran Turismo 7, Project CARS 3, and the next inevitable Forza title, the racing genre is certainly becoming a li

Charming Farming in the World of Ooblets

Players looking for a farming simulator have plenty of choices to choose from these days.

Twin Mirror is the Next Narrative Game Worth Getting Excited Over

When Life is Strange's final episode came out in 2015, Dontnod Entertainment cemented themselves as the kind of studio you turn to when yo

Hyper Scape Takes Battle Royale To The Streets

We've certainly reached the later stages of the battle royale craze.

Mortal Shell Is A Brutal, Effective Soulslike

When creating a Soulslike, a developer has two options. The first is to innovate on the formula in a way that makes your game memorable.

Death Stranding Delivers A Quality PC Port

When Sony and Kojima Productions released Death Stranding seven months ago, many were taken aback by the rapid-fire announcement of a Summ

The Airborne Kingdom Merges Exploration With Management

Some of you may have caught Airborne Kingdom's

Working Through Your Arachnophobia with Grounded

Survival games might be a little played out these days, but they can still be fun to play.