Mass Effect Legendary Edition Review – A Great Way To Honor Commander Shepard’s Legacy

Influential and poignant, the Mass Effect trilogy left a lasting impression on gamers, advancing the impact…

Subnautica: Below Zero Review – Thrilling New Depths

The depths are treacherous. You don’t know what monster is hidden in the blackened waters, but…

Resident Evil Village Review – Painting The Ghost Town Red

Not all monsters hide in the shadows. Ethan Winters discovers this within minutes of setting foot…

Returnal Review – Haunting Harmony

Returnal is a powerful roguelike recipe offering intense combat, a drip-fed narrative of palpable dread, and…

New Pokémon Snap Review – Photographic Memory

More than two decades removed from Pokémon Snap’s debut on Nintendo 64, this unique gaming experience…

MLB The Show 21 Review – A Familiar Crack Of The Bat

When a long-running sports series migrates to a new console generation, the fan base expects change.…

Nier Replicant Review – New Blood, Old Veins

Nier Replicant’s bleak world is over a decade old (the original Nier released in 2010), and…

Before Your Eyes Review – An Emotional, Eye-Opening Experience

Blinking for the first time in Before Your Eyes is a genuinely magical moment. I don’t…

Oddworld: Soulstorm Review – A Bad Batch Of Brew

Playing Oddworld: Soulstorm is as arduous as Abe’s quest to liberate his Mudoken brethren from slavery.…

Pac-Man 99 Review – A Great Game To Play While Doing Something Else

I have played 128 games of Pac-Man 99, but I’m only half certain I know what…