Video Game Reviews
This psychological horror game features jump scares with a few too many jagged edges.
Your Soul is Mine!
Combat in Amazon's sluggish team-based shooter doesn't reward teamwork and its pace is unbearably slow.
This respected hardcore JRPG finally comes to a platform worthy of its excellence.
Minecraft Dungeons is a fun, entry-level dungeon crawler with a lovely aesthetic.
This feeding frenzy is fun but simple, and that lack of depth causes it to become repetitive as time goes on.
More like ‘Re-averaged’
From its now-cherished characters and expertly crafted maps to its outstanding sound design and dynamic action, Overwatch is a masterpiece of competitive gameplay.
This long-awaited MMO hardly shows its age.
Dwarves. Beer. Space. What else do you need?
A plain package that boasts some top-notch two-wheeled racing.
The new gold standard for digital collectible card games.
The Wonderful 101: Remastered doesn't do much to earn its "Remastered" distinction, but nonetheless, this is still absolutely the best way to experience one of the best action games of a generation.
Franchise mode and game-altering traits add a lot to this simpler, friendlier baseball game.
Despite a tiny roster, Them's Fightin' Herds is a 2D fighter that can hang with the big players in the genre
Someday You’ll Return is just barely worth the effort the first time, let alone a game you might actually consider coming back to.
Become the Dark Lord of the Sith in this villainous VR series, available for Oculus Quest and Oculus Rift S; Coming Summer 2020 to PSVR
Streets of Rage 4 delivers a fun, traditional experience but prioritises nostalgia over any kind of modern reinvention.
An earnest, unapologetically tricky, and time-consuming trucking experience.
Predator: Hunting Grounds offers brief moments of blockbuster action, but ultimately underwhelms more often than it excites.