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Xenoblade Chronicles 2 Review In Progress: This is the Aegis's Power 12

Xenoblade Chronicles 2 Review In Progress: This is the Aegis’s Power

The burden of expectation weighs heavily upon Xenoblade Chronicles 2. It's hard to believe that the first game in the series nearly didn't make its way to North American shores. Since...
.hack//G.U. Last Recode (PC) Review - A Digital Time Capsule 5

.hack//G.U. Last Recode (PC) Review – A Digital Time Capsule

The initial run of .hack was one of the earliest instances of cross-media collaboration I remember happening in the gaming space. A faux-MMORPG concept fleshed out with an anime, a manga,...
South Park: The Fractured But Whole (PS4) Review - Smart, Smutty, Silly, and Sublime 5

South Park: The Fractured But Whole (PS4) Review – Smart, Smutty, Silly, and Sublime

You’ve got to hand it to Trey Parker and Matt Stone. It seems like everything they touch turns to gold. Granted it’s generally fart joke based gold, but still! Every time...
Dragon’s Dogma: Dark Arisen (PlayStation 4) Review - A Soulless Pawn 4

Dragon’s Dogma: Dark Arisen (PlayStation 4) Review – A Soulless Pawn

From the game’s opening battle against a Chimera, to a throw-down with a dragon moments later, and then finding yourself scaling a Cyclops after that, Dragon’s Dogma: Dark Arisen often plays...
Sunless Skies Preview - The Endless Black Nothing

Sunless Skies Preview – The Endless Black Nothing

Sunless Seas was an innovative adventure game from an indie developer that had been on my radar for years. Fallen London (Previously Echo Bazaar) and the follow-up nautical exploration made waves...
Divinity Original Sin 2 (PC) Review - A Modern RPG Classic

Divinity Original Sin 2 (PC) Review – A Modern RPG Classic

I am a huge fan of RPGs. As a kid I would find a new RPG and play it for months, exploring every inch of the game. Over time, I branched...
Metronomicon: Slay the Dance Floor (PS4) Review - I Wanna Dance (With Somebody) 7

Metronomicon: Slay the Dance Floor (PS4) Review – I Wanna Dance (With Somebody)

What if I were to tell you that there was a game that mashes up rhythm dance games like Dance Dance Revolution with a classic active-time-battle RPG? Well, if this was...
Kingsway (PC) Review - Roguishly Inventive; Royally Fun 4

Kingsway (PC) Review – Roguishly Inventive; Royally Fun

If I’m being honest, I missed the whole Rogue thing when it first came around. In my defence, I didn’t own a PC until long after the days of ASCII art...
Masquerada: Songs and Shadows (PlayStation 4) Review - Solid First Outing

Masquerada: Songs and Shadows (PlayStation 4) Review – Solid First Outing

Masquerada: Songs and Shadows is a tactical RPG from Witching Hour Studios out of Singapore. Players engage in real-time combat that can be paused in order to issue commands, plan attacks,...
Miitopia (Nintendo 3DS) Review - 5

Miitopia (Nintendo 3DS) Review – First Class Friendship

It’s been three years since the release of Tomodachi Life, Nintendo’s bizarre life simulation game featuring the company’s customizable Mii avatars. Miis haven’t been in the spotlight ever since Miitomo, Nintendo’s...
Pyre (PS4) Review 1

Pyre (PlayStation 4) Review: Solitary Confinement

In all my years I’ve never played anything quite like Pyre. One part visual novel, one part RPG, and a third part sports game, Supergiant’s latest game manages to combine several...
Ever Oasis Review -

Ever Oasis Review – A Desert Rose

Ever since I was young I have always loved desert and water levels in games. Some of my colleagues may joke that this is my compulsion to always be on the...