Video Game Reviews

Per Aspera Review

Per Aspera is a city builder on a planetary scale. Mine for resources, build factories, keep your colonists happy, and ultimately make Mars capable of sustaining human life. But be careful - you aren't alone up there!

PHOGS! Review

How often can you say that you bit the moon, dragged it along with you, and chucked it toward a guitar-playing cricket in exchange for a bone?

Sam & Max Save the World Remastered Review

For those who have never heard of the Sam & Max franchise, it’s an interesting story.

Morbid: The Seven Acolytes Review

The universe has deemed it necessary to gift me another Souls-like game to review with Morbid: The Seven Acolytes, and I must say that the

Twin Mirror Review

DONTNOD Entertainment's 2015 adventure title Life is Strange has earned a spot on my list of all-time favorite games.

Project Wingman Review

They say imitation is the sincerest form of flattery.

Immortals: Fenyx Rising Review

Immortals: Fenyx Rising is first and foremost a whistle-stop tour through Greek mythology.

Chronos: Before the Ashes Review

Following the success of Remnant: After the Ashes

Empire of Sin Review

Time to embrace your inner criminal mastermind in Empire of Sin, the new turn-based tactics game from John Romero.

Stargaze Review

Exploring the infinite potential of space is a concept explored quite frequently in games, and executed to varying levels of effect.

Maid of Sker Review

Maid of Sker might just be Wales Interactive's output in its most concentrated form.

Kingdom Hearts: Melody of Memory Review

Melody of Memory is a rhythm game with a surprising amount of plot which takes players on a nostalgic journey through previous titles in the Kingdom Hearts series

In Celebration of Violence Review

I have quite a bit of experience with tough games that want nothing more than to kill their players and test their patience.

Godfall Review

It's well-documented that one inspiration behind Godfall is a highly popular book series by Brandon Sanderson called "The Stormlight Archi

The Pathless Review

With its deliberate lack of maps, icons, and any kind of navigational systems, it might seem like The Pathless is titled such just to desc

Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales Review

Spider-Man is back, and he’s here to welcome the PlayStation 5 to the world.

Xuan-Yuan Sword VII Review

Chinese mythology and history are some of the most interesting source materials for adapting into works of fiction.

Bugsnax Review

We are close enough now to the end of 2020 to go ahead and say that Bugsnax is by far the strangest thing to release all year.

Assassin's Creed Valhalla Review

When Assassin's Creed Origins dropped in 2017, many, such as myself, applauded Ubisoft's total reinvention of the franchise and felt the s

Strobophagia | Rave Horror Review

Strobophagia: Rave Horror is an atmospheric survival horror game which attempts to blend rave culture, EDM music, classical references and subtle terror, but doesn't always succeed.

The Falconeer Review

The Falconeer is a game many have had their eyes on since its first announcement at last years XO19.

Watch Dogs: Legion Review

The Watch Dogs franchise has had a bit of a rocky past, yet the world behind it has always been fascinating.

Kosmokrats Review

Its always impressive to me when a studio's very first game manages to be get almost everything right.

Yakuza: Like a Dragon Review

The creativity of the developers at Ryu Ga Gotoku Studio truly knows no bounds.

Jackbox Party Pack 7 Review

This has been a doozy of a year for social gatherings and party games.

Hello Puppets! VR Review

As big of a proponent I am of Virtual Reality - and as much as I think it certainly defines the future of the potential of gaming - I absolutely pu

Pokémon Sword and Shield: The Crown Tundra Review

Pokémon Sword and Shield is a generation of of unfulfilled potential.

The Dark Pictures Anthology: Little Hope Review

The Dark Pictures series is a horror gaming concept I wish caught on faster: an anthology TV style series of small standalone horror games

Dirt 5 Review

There is nothing more exhilarating than hurtling around a corner at sixty miles an hour and waiting as your car slides further and further off the

Monster Camp Review

In the sequel to competitive dating sim Monster Prom, up to four players and a variety of romance-able monsters have the summer of their lives (or deaths, or un-lives)