Monday, May 21, 2018

Reviews

SpellForce 3 Review

The SpellForce series has been kicking around since 2003, but there's a pretty high chance you may have never heard of it. With nary...

Agents of Mayhem Review

By ratcheting up the over-the-top elements with each entry in the Saints Row franchise, Volition wrote themselves into a bit of a corner. What...

Remothered: Tormented Fathers Review – Fear Is a Fickle Thing

Let me start with this: I wanted to love Remothered: Tormented Fathers. In fact, I wanted to love the game so much I've been...

VA-11 HALL-A: Cyberpunk Bartender Action Review — A Hip Flask of...

DISCLAIMER: This review will be SPOILER-FREE. Enter with confidence. I'm so glad that I finally get a chance to talk about VA-11 HALL-A: Cyberpunk Bartender Action. Developed...

Super Mario Odyssey Review

The soul of Super Mario 64 is alive and well in the plumber's surreal and stunning new adventure. At this year’s E3, Nintendo surprised many...

Hello Neighbor Review: Fancy Some Light B&E This Evening?

While browsing through the toys at Gamestop last week in search of Christmas gifts, I couldn't help but notice a Hello Neighbor plushie prominently...

Uncharted: The Lost Legacy Review

It would be so much easier to be cynical about a fifth Uncharted game arriving barely a year after the fourth Uncharted game if...

Mulaka Review: Magic, Mystery, and Culture

At its core, Mulaka is mechanically very similar to previous games like Prototype, Infamous, and Assassin's Creed. It’s an action-adventure game that pits players against...

The Count Lucanor Review – When Seeking Wealth, Don’t Forget to...

The Count Lucanor is an indie horror puzzle adventure game published by Mergegames and developed by Baroque Decay. In The Count Lucanor, you play...

Middle-earth: Shadow of War Review

This sequel expands on the vaunted Nemesis system in wildly entertaining ways, even as it falls short around the edges. The best part of Middle-earth:...

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