by Mike de Leon on October 13, 2018
Fishing Sim World came up short in creating a tense reeling experience, but it scores big with its variety of maps and beautiful locales.
by Kevin Mitchell on October 1, 2018
Warface is beginning to show its age, the class-based online shooter seems to have a new lease on life on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.
by Marcus Jones on September 27, 2018
Wasteland 2: Director's Cut sees players returning to the wastes on the Nintendo Switch version
by Kevin Mitchell on September 27, 2018
Destiny 2: Forsaken cements itself as the savior that was desperately needed to reinvigorate a dwindling player count.
by Kevin Mitchell on September 24, 2018
NBA 2K19 is the absolute best NBA simulation experience, with numerous refinements and improvements over previous years.
by Kevin Mitchell on September 16, 2018
Shadows: Awakening proves that loot-focused action-RPGs can feature a deep narrative with meaningful side quests.
by Kevin Mitchell on September 13, 2018
Valkyria Chronicles 4 is the best entry in the series since the original game released over ten years ago.
by Kevin Mitchell on September 4, 2018
Warhammer 40,000 Inquisitor Martyr nails the gothic and grim sci-fi 40K universe, but technical shortcomings hurts the overall experience.
by Kevin Mitchell on August 30, 2018
Strange Brigade is a robust online cooperative experience to play with friends and strangers alike.
by Kevin Mitchell on August 24, 2018
Coffee Crisis is a throwback title that stays true to the intention of releasing a 16-bit brawler title with a hint of modern flavor.
by Kevin Mitchell on August 15, 2018
We Happy Few combines survival mechanics with a deep and thoroughly enjoyable narrative, but technical hiccups hamper the experience.
by Kevin Mitchell on August 7, 2018
Castaway Paradise takes the classic Animal Crossing approach and brings with it a beautiful tropical paradise.
by Kevin Mitchell on August 6, 2018
The Council - Episode 3: Ripples finally provides players with the answers they desire, but at the same time, proposes all new questions.
by Kevin Mitchell on July 18, 2018
The Spectrum Retreat is an emotional narrative combined with enjoyable puzzle solving using unique gameplay mechanics.
by Kevin Mitchell on July 13, 2018
20XX’s difficulty is definitely fitting, considering the original Mega Man franchise is regarded as one of the toughest to complete.
by Kevin Mitchell on July 9, 2018
Shining Resonance Refrain brings the original Japan-only release to a worldwide audience across multiple platforms.
by Marcus Jones on June 29, 2018
Sudden Strike 4: European Battlefields Edition collects all of the game's DLC and content into one neat bundle on the Xbox One
by Kevin Mitchell on June 20, 2018
Note: Fox n Forests was reviewed based on a digital Xbox One copy of the game, provided by the publisher.
by Kevin Mitchell on June 19, 2018
Fox n Forests is an authentic retro-inspired love letter to 16-bit era platformers, and I dig that.
by Kevin Mitchell on June 19, 2018
Jurassic World Evolution is an easy to pick up title featuring great looking dinosaurs and solid park building elements.
by Kevin Mitchell on June 4, 2018
Although Vampyr’s combat system is satisfying, it’s the dark atmosphere and narrative that genuinely makes the game a must-have.
by Kevin Mitchell on June 1, 2018
Earth Atlantis is an enjoyable shooter with a beautiful visual style, reminiscent of a time where monsters were believed to be underwater.
by Kevin Mitchell on May 28, 2018
The two very different gameplay elements in Moonlighter compliment each other beautifully.
by Kevin Mitchell on May 22, 2018
RageSquid’s path for Descenders is clear; make an extreme downhill game that can be accessed by anyone, but difficult to master.