Alan Wake 2 Review: The Sheer Power of Storytelling
Alan Wake 2 stands out as a sequel that builds on the strong foundation laid by the original some thirteen years ago and takes the series in an exciting, new direction.
Super Mario Bros. Wonder Review: Old-School Charm, Newfound Magic
Visually striking and a zany, trippy ride, Super Mario. Bros. Wonder is an impressive 2D platformer that feels so familiar and brand-new at the same time.
Ghostrunner 2 Review - The Return of the King?
The Polish, cyberpunk-samurai first-person slasher Ghostrunner 2 returns buffed up and even more powerful. But is everything going well in the sequel?
Cities: Skylines 2 Review - A Revolution, 2.0, or 1.5?
Cities Skylines is finally back with its sequel after a whole eight years. Part two brings sweeping, quality-of-life improvements, but has the formula stayed relevant after almost a decade?
Spider-Man 2 Review: A Marvel to Behold
Are two Spider-Men better than one? In a word, yes, but the real hero of this video game is a story that’s nothing short of amazing.
Red Dead Redemption Switch Review - The Classic is Back, Now on Hand-held
Red Dead Redemption unexpectedly arrived on the Nintendo Switch. The title proves that games can run smoothly on the console and also look good. The only problem is the price.
Cyberpunk 2077 Disappointed, but Phantom Liberty Delights. A Touching Farewell by Spy Thriller
I'm not a big fan of Cyberpunk 2077, but Phantom Liberty totally stole my heart. It has a great plot, great emotions, and is really memorable. That said, it's just average in terms of gameplay.
Starfield Review: A Stellar Masterpiece
Starfield is a massive game with plenty to offer and hundreds of hours of possibilities. Its features, writing, and tried-and-true gameplay take it far beyond our solar system.
Baldur's Gate 3 Review: BG3 Is Great, But I Hoped for Greater Miracles
Baldur's Gate 3 partially fulfilled my dreams, and partially didn't. It's a great adventure in my beloved genre, but ultimately it doesn't deliver on all of its promises. It's a phenomenon that I've entered with my mind, but not entirely with my soul.
Armored Core VI: Fires of Rubicon Review. Mechas Die Twice
The TV set melted and the PS4 is a pile of smoking ash after the encounter with Armored Core VI: Fires of Rubicon. This game in every respect reminds me of face-melting red-hot metal.
Yandere Simulator hands-on – Hitman in a skirt or a rather disturbing high-school murder sim
Yandere Simulator may be one of the weirdest and most disturbing among the games which are currently developed. While it originated in the USA, it’s got a distinct, and intentional, vibe of a morbid Japanese curiosity.