Video Game Reviews
A case study in squandered potential.
Eldest Souls takes some common ideas and puts them into a well-made boss rush marathon.
Tribes of Midgard is a great concept, but falls flat in a number of ways that prohibit it from soaring the heights it could achieve.
It's a wonderful world, all over again.
The Ascent is an impressive accomplishment that realizes the full potential of its RPG mechanics, shooter combat, and cyberpunk world.
The Farm 51's Chernobylite is a complex and enjoyable experience, albeit with a few flaws that are hard to overlook.
Samurai Warriors 5 goes in a more colorful, more focused, and leaner direction.
Ace Attorney fans have been waiting for this duology for a long time, but now that it's finally here, it can be safely said that it was well worth the wait.
Acid Nerve's Zelda-inspired action-adventure title is an absolute joy, in spite of a few flaws.
Skyward Sword gets another lease of life on the Switch, with (marginally) better results.
Another great entry in the high-class franchise.
Fans will appreciate the focused nature of Watch Dogs: Legion - Bloodline's narrative, but several issues hold back this new campaign from greatness.
Monster Hunter Stories 2 is charming and engaging.
Mario Golf Super Rush is good, but it could have been significantly better.
Disgaea 6 is a pretty good, if flawed, game that should hopefully be the stepping stone to better ones in the future.
Metro Exodus leverages the more powerful hardware of newer consoles to give its already-impressive visuals a notable boost.
Big brain combat, braindead story.
One of the worst games we've ever played.
Not necessarily what many may have hoped for, but Tokyo 2020 makes a compelling case for itself nonetheless.
Thanks to significant technical improvements and the addition of a great chunk of new content, Final Fantasy 7 Remake Intergrade is a must-play for fans of the remake.
A rocky but functional transition to console.
Sniper Ghost Warrior Contracts 2 is a solid experience that builds on the foundations of its direct predecessor in smart ways, in spite of a few issues.
More of a Head Ninja, if anything.
Rift Apart looks fantastic, plays like a dream, and makes you smile constantly- in short, it's exactly as good as a Ratchet and Clank game should be.
A roguelike for the sake of it.
Necromunda: Hired Gun borrows from the best games in the genre and provides some decent fun despite an indefensibly sloppy landing.
Metro Exodus: Enhanced Edition is a next-gen powerhouse.
Ultimate Showdown successfully revives an excellent fighting game at a very interesting time for the genre.
Knockout City is a thin but undeniably fun marriage of dodgeball and the modern online multiplayer format.