Video Game Reviews
Road 96: Mile 0 Review – Takin’ a Ride with My Best Friend
In ditching the randomness that was core to the original Road 96 experience, Road 96: Mile 0 feels less unique. However, this prequel still has a bumping soundtrack, some fun gameplay, and just enough...
Crime Boss: Rockay City Review – Squandered Potential
With a cast full of names you might recognize, decent gunplay, and a handful of seemingly deep gameplay mechanics, Crime Boss: Rockay City makes a pretty good first impression. Unfortunately, the crac...
The Last of Us Part 1 PC Review – An Incredibly Bad Port
With the TV adaptation of The Last of Us bringing its first season to an end, it’s time for us to take a look at the conveniently-timed release of The Last of Us Part 1 on PC.
Everspace 2 Review – Every Genre… in Space
Everspace 2 hopes to be just about every type of game it can manage... in space. How well does it hold up? Check out our review.
MLB The Show 23 Review – No-Doubter
The Show maintains its place atop the sports games landscape.
Ravenbound Review – Too Close to the Sun
Systemic Reaction's rogue-lite starts out promising but fumbles due to technical issues, repetitive combat, and much more.
Forza Horizon 5: Rally Adventure Review – Ready to Rumble
Forza Horizon 5 continues to deliver excellent racing content with its newest expansion.
Atelier Ryza 3: Alchemist of the End and the Secret Key Review – That Summer Feeling
The conclusion to the Secret trilogy is here and delivers a fun experience for fans while adding intriguing new mechanics and massive regions.
Deceive Inc. Review – Cover Blown
Deceive Inc. is yet another live-service multiplayer game, but it also has a few tricks up its sleeve. That handful of tricks along with its groovy aesthetic saves it from being a throwaway experience...
Dredge Review – Ominously Awesome
A game that combines genres and tones from opposite sides of the spectrum is a proposition that could sink a lesser team, but Black Salt Games’ Dredge is as cohesive and spooky as they come.
Valheim (Xbox Series X) Early Access Review – A Good Start
Iron Gate Studio’s wildly successful survival/crafting game has finally made its console debut on Xbox hardware. This is the full Valheim experience up to this point, but the transition isn’t with...
Tchia Review – Squandered Potential
Tchia is a classic case of an interesting concept gone wrong.
Resident Evil 4 Remake Review – A Masterpiece, Twice Over
One of the greatest games ever made gets one of the greatest remakes ever made.
LEAP Review – Attack on Tedium
LEAP is a game that has a few twists in an attempt to stand out in a very crowded genre, but it unfortunately falls far short of something worth your time. Especially when there are so many excellent ...
WWE 2K23 Review – More Than a Yearly Update
WWE 2K23 hopes to build on the success of its predecessor with a new roster, as well as a host of smaller new additions. Is this enough to justify the yearly release, or should players just wait for o...
Destiny 2: Lightfall Review – Light Years Later
Another reason to play one of the genre’s best.
The Outer Worlds: Spacer’s Choice Edition Review – Nothing Of Note
The Outer Worlds: Spacer's Choice Edition is a by the numbers re-release for current gen consoles that's let down by underwhelming visual upgrades and performance issues.
Fatal Frame / Project Zero: Mask of the Lunar Eclipse Review – Camera Shy
There's a decent horror game somewhere in here, but frustrating controls and barebones remastering work hold it back.
The Legend of Heroes: Trails to Azure Review – A Great Port
Check out our review to find out how good the newest release in the classic RPG franchise is.
Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty Review – Accessible Souls
Wo Long packs in some novel gameplay mechanics, but it might not be the hardcore experience fans of the genre are seeking.
Sons of the Forest Early Access Review – Greatness in Progress
Sons of the Forest is an astounding improvement over its predecessor in just about every way, and it feels shockingly complete despite being in Early Access.
Kirby’s Return to Dream Land Deluxe Review – Back to Before
Kirby follows his great transition to 3D with one of his best 2D outings.
Scars Above Review – Blinding Me with Science
Scars Above mixes gameplay mechanics from vastly different genres to create something refreshingly unique and fun to play.
Gamedec: Definitive Edition (PS5) Review – Cyberpunk Elysium
Anshar Studios' cyberpunk RPG might be a little rough around the edges, but it has a lot of good ideas that make it worth a try.
Atomic Heart Review – A Solid Shooter With A Great Visual Style
Atomic Heart is a narrative-driven FPS set in a retro-futuristic, alternate-history setting, but does that translate into an enjoyable experience?
Like a Dragon: Ishin! Review – Ghost of Yakuza
Returnal PC Review – Helios Abandoned
Having spent two years as a title exclusive to the PS5, Returnal has finally made the jump to PC. How well does it perform, and is it still fun? Check out our review to find out.
WILD HEARTS Review – Kemono Hunting for Fun and Profit
Can WILD HEARTS compete with Monster Hunter World and Rise with its own unique ideas? Check out our review to find out.
Wanted: Dead Review – Old School Action is Alive and Well
Wanted: Dead’s dedication to modernizing old-school action games could have resulted in another run-of-the-mill experience, but its relentless bizarreness and intense combat make it so much more.
Metroid Prime Remastered Review – Primed for Resurgence
The first game to take us behind Samus' visor has never been better before.