Archive for "Reviews" Category
Jump Force aspires to greatness, and ends up being only very fun.
Skills for kills, Agents.
New Dawn gives Far Cry fans more of what they love, for better or for worse.
Metro Exodus is a janky gem- but a gem it is indeed.
Does Respawn Entertainment’s newest entry into the battle royale genre have enough to stick out from the pac...
Etrian Odyssey fittingly ushers out the 3DS on a high note.
Solid, but little more, all the way around the track.
Kingdom Hearts 3 triumphantly concludes the Dark Seeker saga that has been churning since 2002.
Fine, Nintendo, don't make more Advance Wars.
Bowser’s breakout adventure hasn’t aged a day.
The Warhammer universe gifts us with another great space combat title.
This re-imagining of Resident Evil 2 ranks as one of the best games this franchise has ever delivered.
A strong core platforming package shines through whatever other faults the game may have.
An inconsistent game.
Bandai Namco's highly-esteemed franchise returns for another exhilarating adventure in the skies.
Two classic titles from Hitman’s past have been remastered on modern hardware. But do they really belong in ...
The best iteration of a beloved classic.
Travis Strikes Again is a worthy return for the fan favorite cult classic series.
An excellent excuse to revisit an incredible action title.
The Black Armory DLC has quite a number of enjoyable experiences to offer but Bungie could have done a much be...