Video Game Reviews
Too derivative for its own good.
Days Gone returns for second shot at life.
Pocket full of quarters.
Despite some minor hiccups, Rust makes a solid transition to consoles.
Die to Matador again, this time in HD.
One of the greatest gaming trilogies of all time- now better than ever.
And that's a good thing.
A combination of medieval folklore and multiplayer conventions that works better than it has any right to.
Subnautica: Below Zero builds on the solid foundations of its predecessor in smart and interesting ways.
Resident Evil Village is yet another triumphant outing for Capcom's horror franchise.
A barebones upgrade doesn't detract from all that Genshin Impact has going for it otherwise.
An incredibly charming and breezy safari through the world of Pokemon.
Returnal exceeds expectations in every way imaginable.
Not much of an upgrade, but still a great game.
A solid update for long-time fans and Automata-loving newcomers.
MotoGP 21 puts too much effort into things that don’t need it, and not enough into things that do. But thankfully, it still has the foundation of last year's game and a few meaningful tweaks to make...
MLB The Show doesn't revolutionize baseball sims, but solid gameplay keeps it compelling.
When Oddworld: Soulstorm is firing on all cylinders, it's basically an all time classic.
A looter-shooter that knows its strengths.
ZA/UM's unique and ingenious RPG is now better than ever.
Some good ideas fall flat in a shallow gameplay void.
Capcom's follow up to 2018's Monster Hunter World is a monument of game design.
Evil Inside doesn't have a lot of ideas of its own, and it isn't even very good at ripping off games that are far better.
One for the fans of the genre.
Avengers tries to treat its gaping wounds with a couple of bandages.
Mundaun is gorgeous and atmospheric, if a little inconsistent.
A barebones yet highly enjoyable monster truck sim.
Monster Energy Supercross - The Official Videogame 4 improves on Supercross 3 in most of the ways it should have, but it stops short of true greatness.