Remnant: From the Ashes is a delicious dark fantasy stew that combines Gears of War-style third-person shooting and Soulsborne difficulty with a dash of Destiny
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Wolfenstein: Cyberpilot is a VR only companion piece to Wolfenstein: Youngblood that releases on the same day.
I just finished Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus this week for the first time, and it had me chomping at the bit in anticipation for
Sea of Solitude is a deeply personal story about one person’s struggle with mental illness, bullying, and floundering relationships told via a 3D platformer about
In Gato Roboto you play as Kiki, a cat that ends up going on a Metroidvania adventure where she will scurry up walls, pilot a
Sumo Digital, the developers behind the fantastic Sonic & Sega All-Star racing games, is back with a new hedgehog-centric racer, this time focusing purely on
8 years after the original Rage, we are getting a sequel co-developed by Id Software (of Doom fame), and Avalanche Studios, best known for the
Rarely are games so boring or bad that I don’t finish them for review, but this is one of those games.
If you, like me, haven’t played a ToeJam & Earl game in over a decade, then you’re probably going to have the same reaction I
If you’re looking to play something that looks and feels like the original Crackdown game, for better or for worse, then this is your game.
I went into Dragon Marked for Death thinking it would be Mega Man X meets a fantasy RPG in a co-op platformer, and while that
NEW Super Mario Bros. U Deluxe is not only one of the longest wordiest titles I’ve ever seen, but also an enhanced port of a
Six long years after its initial release, Diablo III has finally come to a Nintendo console, and better yet, it’s portable too. It may not
Jackbox Games is back with another selection of Jackbox games in The Jackbox Party Pack 5. If you’ve played the other games in the series,
Crayola Scoot is literally Splatoon’s painting mechanic meets Tony Hawk Pro Skater only with scooters, and it mostly works if you’re willing to put in
Destiny 2 has had its ups and downs. As someone that played the first game casually and didn’t care for the grind, I fell in
Strange Brigade reminds me of those budget third-person shooters from the last generation, such as Eat Lead: The Return of Matt Hazard for example, in
Blade Strangers is one of those crossover games where a bunch of characters from various universes come together to fight…for reasons. In this case, most
Sequels can be many things. They can be something drastically different like Super Mario Bros. 2 or The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Adventure, or they
Mario Tennis Aces is (somehow) my first ever Mario Tennis game, and I can’t say it has made me anxious for a sequel. This barebone
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