Video Game Reviews
Stellar production values, addictive combat and a compelling story elevate miHoYo's latest RPG beyond our expectations.
With its rogue-lite structure and revamped combat, Red Hook Studios' sequel is a compelling journey into madness and redemption.
This neo-noir Metroidvania excels in puzzles and adventure, but falters in combat.
The compelling horror mystery at the center of Project Nightmares is occasionally fraught with a frustrating lack of polish.
Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak extends the monster-hunting adventure while lacking any significant innovation of the base game’s foundation.
Redfall falls short of Arkane's high standards in more ways than one.
Bramble: The Mountain King is an atmospheric indie game. Is it worth your time and money?
Strayed Lights could have been something special if it had spent some more time in the oven, but as it stands right now, it's pretty hard to recommend this game to most players.
Technical issues mar its appeal on PS5, but Respawn's eagerly awaited sequel delivers a strong story, great combat and spectacular exploration.
Despite slight glimmers of hope, Point Blank Games' hack-and-slash, Souls-like, Metroid-style adventure falters under its ambitions.
Burning Shores is a strong follow-up to Horizon Forbidden West, and more essential to the series' story than you might think.
Despite its short runtime, Digital Sun's hack-and-slash adventure offers mostly fun combat and a compelling plot and cast.
Even amidst a zombie outbreak, Dead Island 2's LA remains a blast to explore from start to finish.
A beautiful and smooth return to golf for EA.
As a comfortable mix of action, strategy and Minecraft shenanigans, Minecraft Legends is an approachable and charming journey.
Ghostwire: Tokyo is a unique action-oriented open-world title that is hindered by its repetition.
A blast from the past.
Sherlock Holmes: The Awakened has some interesting gameplay ideas and a solid setting, but it feels a little unpolished and undercooked.
In ditching the randomness that was core to the original Road 96 experience, Road 96: Mile 0 feels less unique. However, this prequel still has a bumping soundtrack, some fun gameplay, and just enough...
With a cast full of names you might recognize, decent gunplay, and a handful of seemingly deep gameplay mechanics, Crime Boss: Rockay City makes a pretty good first impression. Unfortunately, the crac...
With the TV adaptation of The Last of Us bringing its first season to an end, it’s time for us to take a look at the conveniently-timed release of The Last of Us Part 1 on PC.
Everspace 2 hopes to be just about every type of game it can manage... in space. How well does it hold up? Check out our review.
The Show maintains its place atop the sports games landscape.
Systemic Reaction's rogue-lite starts out promising but fumbles due to technical issues, repetitive combat, and much more.
Forza Horizon 5 continues to deliver excellent racing content with its newest expansion.
The conclusion to the Secret trilogy is here and delivers a fun experience for fans while adding intriguing new mechanics and massive regions.
Deceive Inc. is yet another live-service multiplayer game, but it also has a few tricks up its sleeve. That handful of tricks along with its groovy aesthetic saves it from being a throwaway experience...
A game that combines genres and tones from opposite sides of the spectrum is a proposition that could sink a lesser team, but Black Salt Games’ Dredge is as cohesive and spooky as they come.
Iron Gate Studio’s wildly successful survival/crafting game has finally made its console debut on Xbox hardware. This is the full Valheim experience up to this point, but the transition isn’t with...
Tchia is a classic case of an interesting concept gone wrong.