Joel Couture

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Jettomero: Hero of the Universe (PC) Review - Beautiful Space, Innocent Hearts 6

Jettomero: Hero of the Universe (PC) Review – Beautiful Space, Innocent Hearts

Jettomero: Hero of the Universe gives players a cosmos of endless beauty to behold and photograph—a game seemingly built to create striking screenshots. Yeah, you’re supposed to be saving humanity from...
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...
The Evil Within 2 (PlayStation 4) Review - Twisted, Ever-Changing Terrors 2

The Evil Within 2 (PlayStation 4) Review – Twisted, Ever-Changing Terrors

The Evil Within 2 weaves a tangible fear—a tightness in the chest that comes from hearing a piercing scream in the night, not knowing where it’s coming from. Knowing if you...
Fight’N Rage (PC) Review: Mandatory Brawling 7

Fight’N Rage (PC) Review: Mandatory Brawling

At the core of every good beat ‘em up lies a solid punch,  a blow that shakes the earth and strikes with a bone-crunching smack. It has to be enjoyable to...
Ruiner (PC) Review 1

Ruiner (PC) Review – In a Bloody Trance

The bloodshed in Ruiner is hypnotic in its franticness. Managing three or four foes who are shooting and lashing out at you, dashing from enemy to enemy as you grab whatever...
Dishonored: Death of the Outsider (PS4) Review - Murderous Playgrounds

Dishonored: Death of the Outsider (PS4) Review – Murderous Playgrounds

Dishonored: Death of the Outsider offers players some delightful playgrounds to ply their stealthy abilities—or simply use brute-force. Beautiful cities, banks filled with clockwork machines, and underground boxing arenas offer multiple...
Tokyo Dark (PC) Review - Your Own Detective Story

Tokyo Dark (PC) Review – Your Own Detective Story

Tokyo Dark tells the story of a detective seeking her missing partner, and what the desperation of her search does to her mental state—at least if you play it that way....
Warriors All Stars (PS4) Review - Unabashed Fan Service Fun

Warriors All Stars (PS4) Review – Unabashed Fan Service Fun

Warriors All Stars continues the proud run of ridiculous hack and slash Musou games, providing another heaping helping of hack and slash comfort food. This time, though, players get a roster...
Mario + Rabbids: Kingdom Battle (Switch) Review: Engrossing Tactics & Gross-Out Humor

Mario + Rabbids: Kingdom Battle (Switch) Review: Engrossing Tactics & Gross-Out Humor

Despite the fact that your foes are the homicidal, toilet humour-loving Rabbids, don’t think of Mario + Rabbids: Kingdom Battle as an easy strategy game. While your foes may seem like...
White Day: A Labyrinth Named School (PlayStation 4) Review - Endless New Terrors 3

White Day: A Labyrinth Named School (PlayStation 4) Review – Endless New Terrors

A relentless killer would be enough for most horror games, but not White Day: A Labyrinth Named School. Yeondo High School doesn’t just have a murderous janitor problem, but a full-blown...
Observer Review - A dizzying, breathtaking technological nightmare 2

Observer (PlayStation 4) Review – A Dizzying, Breathtaking Technological Nightmare

Cyberpunk futures don’t exactly lean towards cheeriness, but Observer wallows in a bleak, overwhelming despair. When that crushing sense of hopelessness isn’t there, it’s replaced by fear as players move through...
Alwa's Awakening (PC) Review: Charming Lands Marred By Unwieldly Mechanics 1

Alwa’s Awakening (PC) Review: Charming Lands Marred By Unwieldly Mechanics

Alwa's Awakening is a charming NES-style adventure, one that will relax players for many hours with its platforming magic powers and pretty pixelated countryside. At least, until its difficulty ramps up,...