Sunday, February 23, 2020

Game Reviews

Imperator: Rome review – a smart grand strategy that lacks the...

What is it about the Roman empire that makes it so enduringly fascinating, when other historical empires eclipse it in so many ways? There...

Days Gone review – A shallow copy of many better open-world...

  From the moment I first heard about Days Gone, I wondered about its reason for existing. With so many open-world titles and games that...

SteamWorld Quest review – indie’s mechanical masters triumph with yet another...

I am hopelessly in love with Orik. SteamWorld Quest has heroes instead of classes - a handful of lovable clanking misfits, each of whom...

Destiny 2 Season of the Drifter Review: A narrative boost for...

  When Forsaken launched, and the Drifter was introduced, I found him to be an annoying character with very little about him. After a few...

Dragon’s Dogma: Dark Arisen Review (Switch)

  While Capcom actually has a firmer grounding the world of RPGs than we give it credit for – Breath of Fire, anyone? – the...

Final Fantasy X | X-2 HD Remaster Review (Switch)

  2001 represented an exciting time in video games, as the industry began a shift to newer hardware and started to move past the growing...

A Bloodborne Board Game Hits Kickstarter This Tuesday

On April 23, tabletop game maker CMON (Cool Mini or Not) will launch a Kickstarter campaign for a new Bloodborne experience. This tile-based board game is CMON's...

Potential Villain For A Spider-Man Sequel Introduced In A Comic Book...

Marvel's Spider-Man: City at War is the comic book adaptation of Insomniac Games' Spider-Man. This series, which falls under Marvel's new "Gamerverse" line, gives readers...

World War Z game reviews – Good and Bad News for...

  With the World War Z release date having been and gone, PS4, Xbox One and PC reviews are starting to appear online. Inspired by Left...
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