Game Reviews

Hellblade: Senua’s Sacricfice Review

Hellish…   Game: Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice Developer: Ninja Theory Publisher: Ninja Theory Reviewed on: PS4 (Review code provided) How to tackle talking about Hellblade? If you look at it as purely a game, a set...

Lawbreakers (PS4) Review

Boots, Firmly Off the Ground.   Game: Lawbreakers Developer: Boss Key Productions Publisher: Nexon America Inc. Reviewed on:  PS4 Pro (Review code provided) Stepping into Lawbreakers for the first time, it’s hard not to...

Pyre Review

Thanks to the critical acclaim earned by Bastion and Transistor, there’s a lot of expectation whenever Supergiant Games puts out a new title. The award-winning studio’s third...

DiRT 4 Review – Mmmm, DiRTY Girl

Platforms: PC, Xbox One, PS4 Reviewed On: PC Developer: Codemasters Publisher: Codemasters Singleplayer: Yes Multiplayer: Yes Review code provided free of charge by the publisher. Screaming round a dirt bend at...

Review: War for the Planet of the Apes

Ape Escape Combing through nostalgic culture has become the norm, and unfortunately, so have the middling resulting projects. Audiences have, sadly, come to expect reboots...

Review: Elite Dangerous

2017: A Space Odyssey The other day my son came downstairs long after bedtime. He didn’t want a drink of water or another story; he...

Review: WipEout Omega Collection

Superfly Omega Collection is going to catch some people by surprise. For dedicated WipEout avoiders, this bundling of WipEout HD, Fury, and 2048 is a chance...

Injustice 2 reviews round-up, all the scores for NetherRealm’s latest superhero...

  Is NetherRealm Studios’ latest worthy of the name, or is this follow up a grave injustice? Here’s what the critics have to say. Injustice 2...

The Walking Dead: A New Frontier Episode 4 Review

After the lackluster entry of The Walking Dead: A New Frontier‘s Episode 3, Telltale Games surprised fans by revealing that Episode 4 would release...

Review: What Remains of Edith Finch

Such sweet sorrow "I think that we've been surrounded by death for so long that we've just gotten used to it." Edith Finch muses this...
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