Video Game Reviews
Amicia and Hugo return for yet another unforgettable journey.
The worlds of Super Mario and Rabbids collide once again, and once again, the results are impressive.
The impossible dream comes true, at last.
The H.R. Giger-inspired first-person horror game Scorn is finally out. We got to play it over the weekend, and here are our thoughts on whether or not Scorn is the right horror game for you.
With so many Soulslikes to play, The Last Oricru struggles to make a case for itself.
Constructing and exploring make this Lego builder mostly worth your while.
Team 4's hero shooter offers stellar gameplay in its early access release, hamstrung by some progression and monetization issues.
Deathverse: Let It Die has some interesting things going for it, but it ends up sorely lacking in other elements.
Dakar Desert Rally combines a lot of modern features that great racing games need, but occasionally gets in its own way with technical issues.
Valkyrie Elysium trades in its classic gameplay in order to become a great hack ‘n slash RPG.
Moonscars is so good at most of what it does that its few flaws can't detract from it.
Unambitious and rote by design.
The DioField Chronicle deserves praise for some of its fresh ideas, but it's got more than a few issues that drag down the experience.
Lackluster story mode and bland visual presentation drags down the experience offered by Session: Skate Sim.
Quite a few games let us play as badass killers. Serial Cleaners, however, wants to give us a glimpse of the life of the people who have to clean up the mess left behind by these killers.
Shovel Knight is almost an entire decade old, but Yacht Club Games keeps figuring out new ways to play the game. How well does its latest attempt do at capturing the classic Shovel Knight feeling?
Arkane Studios' shooter is finally available on Xbox Series consoles with a large new update, but it's still very much the same middling experience.
The Crossbell saga finally comes West after almost 12 years since its original launch. If you're a fan of the series, it's a must-have title.
Soulstice has some shortcomings but it manages to deliver a great action game.
This series’ return comes as a mixed bag.
NBA 2K23 is a perfectly solid basketball game that drops the ball with too much emphasis on microtransactions and poorly-thought out design in its main mode.
Splatoon 3 is simultaneously brilliant and frustrating.
Biomutant’s PS5 boost gives it a nice sheen but can’t help its mediocrity in other areas.
Metal: Hellsinger is a new rhythm-based first-person shooter that tries to basically make a game out of heavy metal album art. How well does it manage this feat?
An ultra-thin gameplay loop, stingy progression systems, and little variety during gameplay makes LEGO Brawls a shallow package.
JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure All-Star Battle R polishes up the original game well, but fails to modernize its online functionality.
Spiders' latest action RPG is a dedicated tribute to Bloodborne and its like, and a solid one at that.
F1 Manager is a nice collection of elements that most manager sim fans would want, but rarely feels like more than the sum of those parts.
The Last of Us Part 1 doesn’t take many risks and ends up being an excellent but ultimately conservative remake.