Video Game Reviews
Arcadegeddon Review – Bright and Charming
The finely-tuned combat and stylish execution make Arcadegeddon an undeniably good time despite it lacking the creativity to fully utilize its own themes.
Outriders: Worldslayer Review – Skip the Story, Play the Game
Outriders' expansion has a boring story, but playing through it is a blast.
Cuphead: The Delicious Last Course Review – A Roaring Good Time
The Delicious Last Course is basically a must-buy for anyone who likes Cuphead.
MX vs ATV Legends Review – When Legends Die
Whatever potential the new Trails races and Career Mode could offer is marred by technical issues, shoddy visuals, wonky physics, and much more.
Capcom Fighting Collection Review – Looking A Gift Horse in the Mouth
A gift for long time fans of Capcom fighting games.
Deliver Us the Moon Xbox Series X Review – One Small Step
A sloppy port of a solid game.
F1 22 Review – The Fast and The Familiar
Even with a superfluous F1 Life and some odd bugs, F1 22 maintains its strong fundamentals while tightening up its racing and offering more options.
Disgaea 6 Complete Review – Numbers Go Up
Despite its issues, Disgaea 6 Complete is still a good time.
DNF Duel Review – Simply Awesome
DNF Duel threads the needle of approachable gameplay well while minimizing most of the downsides of its simplicity.
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Shredder’s Revenge Review – Pizza Time
Back in the limelight.
Sonic Origins Review – Gotta Go Back
Sonic Origins goes all-out in paying tribute to the iconic franchise's early years.
Redout 2 Review – The Quickening
A solid addition to a niche sub-genre.
Demon Slayer – Kimetsu no Yaiba – The Hinokami Chronicles Switch Review – Blade Runner
Demon Slayer - Kimetsu no Yaiba - The Hinokami Chronicles is a pretty good game that fans of the IP will especially enjoy.
Industria Review – Bot Attack
Industria is far, far from perfect- but it's not without its merits.
Diablo Immortal PC Review – Let’s Go Whaling
Whether a fan of free-to-play action RPGs or not, Diablo Immortal is little more than an exhausting experience that drains your cash and soul.
Metal Max Xeno Reborn Review – Rough Around the Edges
Despite its lack of graphical finesse or any degree of subtlety in any department, Metal Max Xeno Reborn is a fun time with some unique twists on the traditional JRPG formula.
The Quarry Review – Classic Horror
Tieing together brilliant acting, motion capture, great pacing, and some traditional scares, The Quarry manages to be a fun experience for horror fans.
SpellForce 3 Reforced Review – Forcing it
Reforced is a good looking, well optimized version of an exemplary RTS game from 2017 that mostly works on consoles despite some hitches along the way.
Dolmen Review – Soulless
Dolmen squanders too many opportunities to be a unique experience and winds up as a merely passable recreation of a tried-and-tested formula.
Roller Champions Review – Losing Momentum
Roller Champions’ commendable foundation delivers some good fun but loses steam far too quickly.
Sniper Elite 5 Review – Crack Shot
Sniper Elite 5 is unmissable for anyone with even a passing interest in stealth games.
Evil Dead: The Game Review – A Little Rough Around the Edges
Another solid video game based on a popular move license.
Source of Madness Review – Going Insane
The ideas are better than the execution in this Lovecraftian roguelite.
Salt and Sacrifice Review – Been There, Done That
Salt and Sacrifice mixes in a lot of standard RPG ideas with its interesting art style to deliver a worthy, if overly familiar experience to fans of challenging 2D action games.
Eiyuden Chronicle: Rising Review – The Rungs to Ascent
A prequel to the forthcoming Hundred Heroes, this action RPG/town-builder is an enjoyable yet fairly basic experience.
Rogue Legacy 2 Review – Return of the King
Cellar Door Games' eagerly awaited rogue-lite follow-up is even more addictive than the original, and easily it's best yet.
Teardown Review – A Solid Foundation
Using real-time physics and problem solving proves to be a winning combination for teardown despite its bag of tricks being a little shallow.
Trek to Yomi Review – Way of the Samurai
Trek to Yomi might not be the most ambitious game from a gameplay perspective, but its gorgeous visuals and presentation make it a game worth experiencing nonetheless.
The Serpent Rogue Review – Falling Short
The Serpent Rogue is a curious roguelike survival game with a few addicting elements on offer under its hazy exterior.
Star Wars: The Force Unleashed (Switch) Review – The Power of the Dark Side
A conservative port of a solid Star Wars game.