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Sea of Thieves (PS5) Review – High Tide

Sea of Thieves (PS5) Review – High Tide

Rare's Sea of Thieves is the definitive pirate fantasy with its range of content, gorgeous visuals and irresistible charm.

Remnant 2: The Forgotten Kingdom DLC Review – Stone Ocean

Remnant 2: The Forgotten Kingdom DLC Review – Stone Ocean

If starved for more Remnant 2 content, The Forgotten Kingdom is worth checking out, but don't expect anything mind-blowing.

Manor Lords Early Access Review – Royal Treatment

Manor Lords Early Access Review – Royal Treatment

Manor Lords sets itself apart from other medieval titles with a more methodical pace and focus on city-building, but it has a ways to go.

Fallout 4 (PS5) Review – War Hasn’t Changed

Fallout 4 (PS5) Review – War Hasn’t Changed

A pleasant return to the end of the world.

SAND LAND Review – The World in a Grain of Sand

SAND LAND Review – The World in a Grain of Sand

If exploring a unique sand-filled setting and blowing up other vehicles sounds like a good time, SAND LAND may just be what you need.

TopSpin 2K25 Review – Game, Set, Match

TopSpin 2K25 Review – Game, Set, Match

Check out our review to see how well 2K Sports did with its revival of the classic TopSpin franchise.

No Rest for the Wicked Early Access Review – A Wicked Game

No Rest for the Wicked Early Access Review – A Wicked Game

Moon Studios' Soulslike action RPG offers an involving setting, visceral combat and gorgeous visuals but requires much more polish.

Stellar Blade Review – 2B or Not 2B

Stellar Blade Review – 2B or Not 2B

Stellar Blade feels like a blast from the past in the best way possible.

Phantom Fury Review – Fun-Filled Rampage

Phantom Fury Review – Fun-Filled Rampage

Phantom Fury is a follow-up to Ion Fury, taking place a few years into the future. Read on to figure out how well it holds up.

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Arcade: Wrath of the Mutants Review – Entirely Forgettable

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Arcade: Wrath of the Mutants Review – Entirely Forgettable

TMNT Arcade: Wrath of the Mutants is too simplistic and straightforward for its own good.

Tales of Kenzera: Zau Review – The Weight of Life

Tales of Kenzera: Zau Review – The Weight of Life

Though not a modern Metroidvania masterpiece by any means, Tales of Kenzera is nonetheless a story worth experiencing.

Final Fantasy 16: The Rising Tide Review – As The Tide Arrives, Leading You Back Home

Final Fantasy 16: The Rising Tide Review – As The Tide Arrives, Leading You Back Home

While Final Fantasy 16's final paid DLC doesn't break new ground in many ways, it's another fine display of the action RPG's strengths.

Eiyuden Chronicle: Hundred Heroes Review – Outlaws of Allraan

Eiyuden Chronicle: Hundred Heroes Review – Outlaws of Allraan

Rabbit and Bear Studios' long-awaited spiritual successor to Suikoden has its charms, even as it falters in some gameplay areas.

The Planet Crafter Review – Terraformers Prime

The Planet Crafter Review – Terraformers Prime

Easy to pick up yet uniquely addictive and deceptively complex, Miju Games' sci-fi sandbox title is a fun exercise in terraforming.

Broken Roads Review – An Impressive Debut

Broken Roads Review – An Impressive Debut

Broken Roads is a new RPG inspired by classics of the genre.

Inkbound Review – Kwill Rain

Inkbound Review – Kwill Rain

Shiny Shoe's latest rogue-like is refreshing, mixing compelling turn-based combat, an evolving narrative and multiplayer.

Gigantic: Rampage Edition Review – Average Ambitions

Gigantic: Rampage Edition Review – Average Ambitions

Abstraction's re-release is a blast from the past for fans with new heroes and maps, but it still falls short in several fundamental ways.

Freedom Planet 2 Review – Out of the Shadow of Sonic

Freedom Planet 2 Review – Out of the Shadow of Sonic

The Sonic-inspired series is making a name for itself.

Outpost: Infinity Siege Review – Towering Dread

Outpost: Infinity Siege Review – Towering Dread

Team Ranger's tower defense/shooter hybrid dilutes its potential with unnecessary elements, a terrible plot and other issues.

Bulwark: Falconeer Chronicles Review – House of Falcons

Bulwark: Falconeer Chronicles Review – House of Falcons

As a streamlined city-builder with some conquest and exploration thrown in, Bulwark: Falconeer Chronicles is worth a look.