Video Game Reviews
While meant for hardcore series fans, Trails into Reverie delivers a solid role-playing experience with mostly great characters and combat.
The timeless quality of Pikmin 1 and 2 persists in these Switch ports, even if the ports themselves are fairly conservative.
AEW: Fight Forever looks to bring wrestling games back to their fast-paced, arcade-styled roots. Check out our review to see how well that turned out.
Aliens: Dark Descent looks to bring the Alien franchise back into the strategy genre after quite some time. How well can developer Tindalos Interactive pull it off? Check out our review.
Capcom's cult classic returns with crisper visuals, a rearranged soundtrack and more while still delivering on its story and gameplay.
Like a tornadic bandicoot, Crash Team Rumble comes rip-roaring onto consoles with a fresh multiplayer take on the franchise.
The newest mainline entry in the illustrious franchise is a reminder of what makes Final Fantasy great and a masterfully crafted experience besides.
This Sonic package is a complete and veritable explosion of ‘90s Sonic nostalgia.
Trepang2 is trying to be a love-letter to the classic shooters of 2000s. But does that kind of gameplay still hold up today? Does Trepang2 do enough to solidify its own identity? Check out our review ...
This is one otherworldly gaming experience with interesting ideas, but wholly horrendous execution.
Limbic Entertainment's theme park builder is a charming and enjoyable game that fans of the genre won't want to miss.
Layers of Fear is a visual stunner, but as a horror experience, it tends to be a bit of a letdown more often than not.
F1 23 improves upon the status quo while injecting updates to the cars, two new circuits, and a more complex story campaign for the 2023 season.
Blizzard Entertainment has delivered a Diablo that's good but not great.
We Love Katamari REROLL + Royal Reverie is the second game in the Katamari franchise to make its way onto modern platforms. How well does this 2005 classic hold up today? Find out in our review.
Frictional Games' signature psychological horror is applied to a compact but tense sandbox setting with fairly strong results.
Backed by a solid protagonist and cast, Double Stallion's time-winding action platformer is a fun spin-off in the League of Legends universe.
Five months after its original release, Forspoken now has a DLC—In Tanta We Trust. Does this DLC make it worth revisiting the world of Athia? Find out in our review.
System Shock’s remake hopes to reintroduce the classic to a new generation of gamers. How well is it able to pull this off? Check out our review.
Capcom's flagship fighter returns, staking its claim to the throne with compelling gameplay, incredible style and meaningful new features.
Fuga: Melodies of Steel 2 is a sequel that refines the ideas of the original, but sticks too close to its original formula.
Like Gollum’s war within, this stealth platformer struggles with its own identity while offering a thoughtful tale concerning the mind and travels of its protagonist.
Ranger and the Duke would be proud of this visceral FPS throwback to the ‘90s.
Piccolo Studio's post-apocalyptic 3D platformer offers compelling gameplay and stunning aesthetics, even if some parts falter.
Miasma Chronicles is the latest game by Mutant Year Zero developer trying to tie together tactical gameplay with an emphasis on storytelling. Check out our review to find out how well it manages to pu...
With The Outlast Trials, developer Red Barrels is trying something new by bringing a co-op horror experience. How well does this work out?
Wishfully's sci-fi adventure mixes an epic premise with down-to-earth relationships, delivering some of the finest puzzle platforming.
Racing on a motorcycle has never been more brutal. But it can be rewarding for the most determined players.
LEGO 2K Drive is an uneven experience. There's fun to be had here, but not without caveats.