Archive for "Reviews" Category
This vessel is best left unexplored.
Even with slight performance issues, Iceborne still stands as an incredible expansion.
An interstellar translation that superbly exceeds many expectations of the long-awaited PC port of Bungie’s ...
A cluttered vampire visual novel whose bright spots are muddy.
A simple yet touching package.
Bro-op before the end of the world.
A run-of-the-mill but licensed sci-fi shooter that mixes multiple genres into one compiled straight shooter jo...
Rockstar’s latest is still a great – but flawed – game… and another example of a mediocre PC port.
Shenmue 3 purposely avoids revision by fearlessly leaning into its past.
A soft reboot whose sniping doesn’t outweigh its problems.
Pokemon Sword and Shield are a marvelous foundation for future games in the series to build on.
Respawn’s latest is the best Star Wars game in more than a decade.
Avoiding extinction for the zoo simulation genre.
Surprisingly enough, Need for Speed is good again.
Late inconsistencies hamper a gorgeous experience.
It's Luigi time.
A triumphant return to the spotlight for Hideo Kojima and co.
The Outer Worlds is an inconsistent game with highs and lows.
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare is perhaps the weakest entry in this long-running series.
Somebody get me a salad.