I love the smell of napalm in the morning…smells like burned noobs.
This review doesn’t adapt to the choices you make. The score is not dictated by how you read.
Becoming heroes, block by block.
Polished from a gem into a diamond before, how much shinier can it get?
Everybody get up, it's time to slam this game. We got a real jam going down.
Some great ideas don't quite get this Soulslike out from the shadow of those giants.
Unlimited carnage in a authentic 90's style. What could possibly go wrong?
Survive if you can, comrade.
DOOM meets Overwatch in this delightfully old school shooter.
Leaving and recalling the fire forged legacy of the Souls series to deliver a fitting send off.
A wider world of Oni hunting waits.
Making their own Wipeout.
A lot went into this vapid brew, but it still lacks in substance.
Digimon don't become champions overnight.
A Berserk game that inspires less anger and more boredom.
A party of fantastic characters bring to life this trite story and by the numbers, PS3 era RPG.
Capcom continues the trend of bringing the previous fighting entry to bear before releasing a new title, but if you've never got in on this fight, it's still a great ride.
Batman isn't held back by his technology, but unfortunately Telltale is.
A really strong core mechanic, let down by next to nothing surrounding it.
Everything you need to know about Red Dead Redemption 2.