Video Game Reviews
Double Dragon Gaiden: Rise of the Dragons admirably resurrects the Double Dragon brand with a short, but fun romp that still feels a tad shallow compared to the genre’s other recent offerings.
Pikmin 4 continues to exhibit why Nintendo's strategy series deserves way more love and attention that it gets.
Nobunaga’s Ambition: Awakening is celebrating the franchise’s 40th anniversary by bringing the classic franchise gameplay to modern systems. Find out how well it can pull this off in our review.
Blackout Protocol hopes to offer a tough as nails, tense co-op shooter experience. Check out our review to know whether it can pull it off.
Though not totally without its merits, Killsquad is ultimately a flawed and unremarkable experience.
Remnant 2 is the quintessential sequel, expanding and enriching the core gameplay while improving build variety and delivering new challenges.
The fast-paced action and sleek visuals are enticing, but Capcom's PvEvP title features several issues that make it difficult to recommend.
Ed-0: Zombie Uprising’s challenges are rooted in its poor difficulty balance and budget design, not so much in its nature of being a true rogue-like experience.
After having spent the better part of two decades being absent from the world of gaming, the Jagged Alliance franchise is back with its third entry. Check out our review.
Atelier Marie Remake: The Alchemist of Salburg is a throwback to the very start of Gust's role-playing game series, warts and all.
Night School Studio delivers a sequel that surpasses even its excellent predecessor.
The long-awaited "ending" to Striking Distance's survival horror delivers an iffy conclusion to Jacob's tale and not much else.
Despite a weak story and simple gameplay mechanics, Gylt is a passable experience that manages to keep you engaged until the credits roll.
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.