Video Game Reviews
The definitive way to play Nioh and Nioh 2.
Destruction AllStars has a solid core, but in its current state, some not-so-minor issues hold it back from fulfilling its potential.
The classic franchise fails to translate to an action game.
A solid enhancement of an excellent game.
The saga is now (mostly) complete.
A tightly designed game with multiple elements working in tandem.
More than just an alchemy simulator.
Bloober Team's most ambitious game to date struggles to live up to its full potential.
Scott Pilgrim comes back better than ever.
A satisfying conclusion to an excellent trilogy.
MXGP 2020 almost never rises above its predecessor, making it a hard sell for most.
Beautiful presentation surrounding a shallow core.
High-octane action, excellent pacing, and a solid cast of characters make this DLC feel surprisingly essential.
Cyberpunk 2077 promises the world, but delivers a flawed yet enjoyable RPG.
Cyberpunk 2077 on PC is an experience you should not skip.
An intriguing presentation bogged down by an unhelpful puzzle system.
Twin Mirror tells a story that struggles to surprise but still works where it counts.
Worms Rumble is a surprisingly great transition of the classic franchise to the multiplayer shooter arena.
A beautiful, complete exploration of a complex love story.
Shatter the sky.
Chronos: Before The Ashes jumps from VR to a traditional form and mostly sticks the landing.
Ubisoft's newest open world IP makes a decent debut, but not one without stumbles.
Bungie's latest expansion falls back on incessant grinding and menial tasks to pad the runtime.
Nintendo’s hilarious inability to deliver a straightforward prequel in the Zelda franchise continues.
Sports Interactive delivers yet another ridiculously addictive entry in this admirably consistent series.
343 sends off The Master Chief Collection in style.
The best way to experience one of gaming’s quintessential pieces.
One of the worst games I've ever played.
Black Ops Cold War is a wildly inconsistent experience.
What was great in 2018 remains great in 2020.