Video Game Reviews
Scars Above mixes gameplay mechanics from vastly different genres to create something refreshingly unique and fun to play.
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 is a narrative-driven FPS set in a retro-futuristic, alternate-history setting, but does that translate into an enjoyable experience?
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.
Can WILD HEARTS compete with Monster Hunter World and Rise with its own unique ideas? Check out our review to find out.
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.
The first game to take us behind Samus' visor has never been better before.
Should you choose to dive into Hogwarts Legacy's offerings, you'll be in for a dense, well-made RPG that utilizes its source material in impressive ways.
Death in the Water 2 immediately ensnares you with its visuals and frantic underwater gameplay. However, there isn’t much under the surface, and it’s a shame there isn’t more to do.
Deliver Us Mars is an uneven sequel that improves upon its predecessor in some areas while failing to rectify some of its biggest issues.
Hi-Fi Rush feels like being in the front row of a concert for your favorite band. It’s colorful, and charming. But, most importantly, it has a personality all its own.
THQ Nordic has brought back a 14-year-old cult classic to introduce it to an entirely new generation of gamers. But, with only a few sparse updates to an ancient game, is it worth revisiting the islan...
Motive Studio's Dead Space remake takes a survival horror masterpiece and makes it even better.
SEASON: A Letter to the Future has all the markings of a relaxing adventure that has something to say about the nature of change.
Forspoken is 2023's first AAA game but is the action role playing title worth your money and time?
You can read our review of Monster Hunter Rise's Nintendo Switch version through here, and PC version through here. [drop-cap]W[/drop-cap]hen Monster Hunter World released in 2018, not only did it t... Read More
Lone Ruin kicks off 2023 with a bang. Tight controls, fast-paced gameplay, and a thumping soundtrack combine to make an awesome roguelike arena action game.
JoyMasher is out with a new 16-bit side-scrolling action game, this time around channeling the fast-paced melee combat of games like Ninja Gaiden and Shinobi with Vengeful Guardian: Moonrider. How wel...
A simple yet solid adventure game.
Regardless of how you choose to play Valheim, it is a fantastic survival crafting experience that is more than worth its cost for the potentially hundreds of hours you could spend in its world, and it...
Over seven years on from its original launch, CD Projekt RED's open world masterpiece is still a stunning game.
Hello Neighbor 2 is a game that lives and dies on the tension it creates. Unfortunately, some serious issues leave it more dead than alive.
Far Cry 6 gets a roguelite mode with its new Lost Between Worlds expansion. Check out our review to find out whether it’s worth coming back to the game to explore the broken shards of various worlds...
The Callisto Protocol was billed as the heir to Dead Space's throne, but sadly, it's turned out to be little more than a pretender.
A touching reunion.
Gundam Evolution borrows too much from the likes of Overwatch, but in fun and interesting ways.
Need for Speed is back. Equipped with interesting visuals, and an incredibly short marketing cycle, Need for Speed Unbound has landed on current-gen hardware.
This outrageously violent and detailed excursion is an engaging experience.
This game, simply put, is not for everyone.