Video Game Reviews


The House of the Dead is still enjoyable at its core, but the remake has more than a few rough edges.

MLB The Show 22 Review – Taking the Hill

Finely-tuned tweaks and meaningful additions make this year’s The Show one of the best outings of the entire series.

LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga Review – This is Where the Fun Begins

These are the LEGO droids we’re looking for.

Kirby and the Forgotten Land Review – 3D World

Nintendo’s pink puffball stages a hell of a comeback.

Weird West Review – Prey Slaughtered

WolfEye Studios’ debut title is an unmissable one for fans of immersive sims.

Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands Review – Fun From Start to Finish

The Borderlands franchise proves it can sustain spin-offs.

Ikai Review – Major Letdown

Ikai has some redeeming qualities, but they’re far from enough to make up for its many, many deficiencies.

Triangle Strategy Review – PG-13 Game of Thrones

Triangle Strategy is an excellent strategy RPG, impressing just as much with its tactics and combat as it does with its story and choices.

Stranger of Paradise Final Fantasy Origin Review – Stranger Danger

This new flavor of Final Fantasy is mostly created with borrowed ideas, but still implements them well enough to be genuinely fun and addicting most of the time.

Ghostwire: Tokyo Review – Fog World

Ghostwire: Tokyo’s open world structure is formulaic, but the game still boasts enjoyable combat, fun exploration, and well-designed quests.

Grand Theft Auto 5 (PS5) Review – One Last Score

GTA 5 looks and runs solid on new consoles- but it’s still GTA 5, nine years on from its launch.

Tunic Review – Tried and True

Tunic sticks to the rules of the retro-style RPG genre almost too well, but still manages to be one of the best examples of it in many years.

WWE 2K22 Review – Hitting Different

Thanks to an extra year of development, WWE 2K22 is one of the more well-rounded entry in this long-running franchise.

Persona 4 Arena Ultimax Review – Reach Out To The Truth

Welcome to the Velvet Room.

Assassin’s Creed Valhalla: Dawn of Ragnarök Review – A Worthy Expansion

Dawn of Ragnarök introduces some neat ideas that are held back by long-standing ‘Assassin’s Creed’ issues.

Submerged: Hidden Depths Review – Spirited but Simple

The follow-up to Submerged reaps the rewards of its simplicity while also paying a price for it.

Destiny 2: The Witch Queen Review – Wield the Light

Another great expansion to the epic Destiny 2 world.

Beholder 3 Review – A Culmination Of What Came Before

Beholder 3 is a game that shines in some departments, but falls equally short of the mark in others.

Monark Review – Mad, Mad World

Monark fails to do justice to its several interesting ideas, with grindy combat and its repetitive structure letting the entire experience down.

Assetto Corsa Competizione Review – Simulazione Completa

An unabashed, unapologetic simulation racer that doesn’t quite justify it.

Gran Turismo 7 Review – The King Has Returned

Gran Turismo 7 is simply one of the greatest racing games of all time.

ELEX 2 Review – Not Much Going For It

ELEX 2 elevates some of its predecessor’s ideas, but mostly just ends up delivering another buggy game that occasionally entertains.

Shadow Warrior 3 Review – The Good, The Bad, and The Wang

Lo Wang is back again, once again, in a more linear single-player adventure but is this no-frills approach worth checking out for FPS fans?

Martha is Dead Review – Face-off

A frustrating experience.

GRID Legends Review – Steady at the Wheel

GRID Legends might not blow your doors off, but it does tighten many of the core ideas from previous games while packing in a ton of content.

Elden Ring Review – Come, Let’s Die All Over Again

Souls-like in an open world? Count me in.

Cyberpunk 2077 PS5 Review – Marginal Improvement

Cyberpunk 2077’s native current-gen version is a slightly more polished version of a game that’s still bogged down by significant issues.

CrossfireX Review – Archaic Warfare

A misstep at almost every turn.

The King of Fighters 15 Review – King Stays King

This series has begun refining rather than reinventing.

Horizon Forbidden West Review – Roar Like a Thunderjaw

Horizon Forbidden West’s captivating story, gorgeous open world, and thrilling combat make for one of the most uniquely memorable games I’ve played in recent memory.


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