The Dark Pictures Anthology: Little Hope Review – Inconsistent Magic

Witchcraft. Doppelgangers. Cenobite-like demons. Evil children. Inescapable fog. Supermassive Games loves to combine horror tropes and…

Pikmin 3 Deluxe Review – Sharing The Load Together

Words like “cute,” “adorable,” and “tiny” are conversational touchstones when it comes to Pikmin, but I…

Watch Dogs: Legion Review – A Successful Team-Building Exercise

In near-future London, Dedsec is no more. Framed for a terrorist attack, the hacktivist group from…

The Red Lantern Review | A Therapeutic And Immersive Adventure That Lets You Pet Dogs

Picture inviting snow-packed mountains, a continuously evolving Alaskan skyline, and the best canine companions a person…

Amnesia: Rebirth Review – The Fine Line Between Fear And Frustration

After archeologist Tasi Trianon’s plane crashes in the Algerian desert, she sets off on a journey…

NHL 21 Review – A Playoff Hopeful

The game of hockey is always changing. And the last few years, we’ve seen the speed,…

Mario Kart Live: Home Circuit Review

Since its debut on the SNES, the Mario Kart series has been one of Nintendo’s most…

Torchlight III Review – Seamless Destruction

Torchlight III knows what it is, and embraces that identity. It’s not the biggest action/RPG on…

FIFA 21 Review – Still Kicking

For newcomers to the FIFA series, sprinting down the pitch and converting tight through-passes or high-arching…

Genshin Impact Review — Into The Great Wide Open

Genshin Impact is light on story and big on exploration, encouraging players to peek under every…