Sunday, December 8, 2019

Game Reviews

Mosaic Review – The Absurdity Of Life

  Mosaic gives meaning to the meaningless; it’s existential nihilism in digital form. The fact that you actively play through the silent protagonist’s life of...

Life is Strange 2 review

  When Life is Strange 2's first episode launched, its differences seemed to define it. It was a road trip game, where the first Life...

Bungie Details Destiny 2 Season Of Dawn Roadmap

During Destiny's upcoming Season of Dawn, players will need to stop a council of Cabal Psion Flayers from tinkering with time and reversing their...

Gylt review – Stadia exclusive is genuinely unsettling lite horror •...

"You can trust me," it says, as I tip-toe as swiftly as I dare into a dark corner, concealing myself - I hope -...

Red Barrel Announces The Outlast Trials

Set during the Cold War, The Outlast Trials breaks new ground for the series as it introduces cooperative play. The game is in active...

Halo Reach Releases Today For PC And Xbox One

Today marks the arrival of Halo: Reach on both PC and Xbox One. The title boasts new 4K visuals, completes the Master Chief Collection...

Phoenix Point review – saving a new world the good old-fashioned...

I'm saving the world again, much like I've saved it a dozen times before. I've taken command of yet another team of ragtag soldiers...

Here Are The Free Games You’ll Get In December With PlayStation...

Sony and Microsoft have two wildly different lineups of free games for December. If you have Xbox One and are a Xbox Live Gold...

Zero Latency London review – Why go bowling when you can...

  When planning a night out with friends or family, most people think pub, restaurant, cinema, bowling, or perhaps a gig. Chances are you're not thinking...

Yaga Review (Switch eShop) | Nintendo Life

  Yaga is an action RPG steeped in Slavic folklore that tells the story of Ivan, an unlucky one-armed blacksmith who becomes accidentally embroiled in...
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