Video Game Reviews
PixelJunk Raiders Review
PixelJunk Raiders pairs tough roguelite mechanics with the exploration of an alien planet. Is this Stadia exclusive worth playing? Here are our thoughts
Super Mario 3D World + Bowser's Fury Review
My opinion from 2013 remains relatively unchanged—Super Mario 3D World is a fun and buttery smooth, if a bit generic experience as far as Mario games go. Bowser's Fury, on the other hand, makes up for this experience by offering a fresh, challenging and frantic experience featuring a beefed up and very angry version of Bowser.
Yupitergrad is a great addition to the roster of Oculus Quest games, despite its issues
Razer Naga X review
It looks quite complicated from the outside but the month or so I’ve had it, it’s really proven to be worth the time to get accustomed to. The Naga x will likely be a little excessive for most but if this is the mouse you’re looking for, it’s quite great
Curse of the Dead Gods Review
Curse of The Dead Gods is an extremely addicting roguelike that features deeply rewarding and exciting combat mechanics.
The Shadow You Review
The Shadow You tries to get by on shallow imitation and angry teenage energy with all of the elegance and skill of terrible fanfiction.
Nioh 2 - The Complete Edition Review
Nioh 2 doesn't dramatically alter what came before, but wisely updates the first game to create a stunning sequel and absolute must-play for fans.
Shattered - Tale of the Forgotten King Review
We take a look at Clever Beans' open-world Soulslike Shattered - Tale of the Forgotten King. Will it bring something new to the genre?
Half Past Fate: Romantic Distancing Review
We sit down and take a look at Half Past Fate: Romantic Distancing, a tale of love in the time of quarantines and lockdowns, just in time for Valentine's Day.
Hero-U: Rogue to Redemption Review
Playing Hero-U: Rogue to Redemption is like curling up in front of a fire with a good book: you give yourself to the story. Bugs and obtuse puzzles aren't enough to detract from what's a unique and thoroughly entertaining experience.
Destruction AllStars Review
Destruction AllStars is a fantastic PlayStation Plus offering with a ton of fun to be had. Two of its game modes are fantastic fun, and it's characters are vibrant and full of life. The microtransactions and lack of content make it a hard sell if it weren't for it being free right now, but it'll hopefully be adjusted in the future.
Solas 128 Review
Solas 128 is a brand-new synthwave-themed puzzle game from Amicable Animal, available now on PC via Steam and Nintendo Switch.
Persona 5 Strikers Review
A surprisingly polished and experimental game for developer Omega Force, Persona 5 Strikers is overall fairly solid but is hampered with clunky pacing and a lackluster plot.
Little Nightmares II Review
We take a look at Little Nightmares 2 and if it can hold a candle to the original game.
Green Hell - Spirits of Amazonia Part 1 Review
The Spirits of Amazonia update grants a lot of new and interesting features for Green Hell, and adds in an engaging storyline as well that is exciting for newcomers and veterans of the game alike.
Immortals: Fenyx Rising - A New God Review
In the first major DLC for Immortals Fenyx Rising, A New God offers a new area and a bunch of puzzles. Unfortunately, it's far too restricted to offer some of the best parts of the base game
Werewolf: The Apocalypse - Earthblood Review
Werewolf: The Apocalypse - Earthblood is finally here, after being announced quite some time ago. Is it good enough to be worth playing?
Sarawak is an interesting story that sells itself too short, with interesting gameplay and an intriguing premise but ultimately not enough exposition.
Lotus Reverie: First Nexus Review
There are plenty of visual novels to read, so we take a look at Lotus Reverie: First Nexus to see if it's the next one worth diving into.
Ryte - The Eye of Atlantis Review
Ryte attempts to tell a grande scale story in a Myst-inspired toolbox but loses its own personality in trying to be bigger than what it's capable of and trying to be smarter than it is.
Bonkies offers families and friends a hilarious way of playing together through intense cooperation set in the vast unexplored unknown of space. The relaxing background music adds to the overall light-hearted nature of the game, but that’s not to say you can take it easy. You’d better be ready to get your act together and use your hand-eye coordination like your life depended on it—because when it comes to space construction, there’s definitely no monkeying around.
Olija is a pixel-art platformer telling the tale of Lord Faraday, a man trying to save his failing town who finds himself in a mysterious, dark land.
Gods Will Fall Review
Gods Will Fall is a good-looking and atmospheric roguelike, but its weak controls and repetitive nature make it hard to replay.
Atelier Ryza 2: Lost Legends and the Secret Fairy Review
The latest in the popular JRPG franchise "Atelier" sees plucky alchemist Ryza return in an epic adventure to discover the truth behind ancient legends. Make new friends, discover hidden secrets, and become the best alchemist in the whole kingdom!
Crossword City Chronicles Review
Play as a journalist solving mysteries in a 1950s environment. You've got suspects to interrogate and evidence to collect, but you'll have to solve word puzzles to do so.
Cyber Shadow Review
A glorious love letter to retro ninja action, Cyber Shadow is a must for fans of high-speed fun and delicious 1990s cheesy camp.
Hitman 3 Review
Hitman 3 may not introduce much to the established Hitman formula, but it messes with that formula in unique and confident ways with varied and interesting locations that make this the best of the Hitman trilogy.