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Kingdom Hearts Melody of Memory Review – The Power Of Music

Since its 2002 debut, the Kingdom Hearts series has taken players on an unpredictable ride, containing…

The Pathless Review – A Liberating And Spirited Adventure

The first shot in The Pathless is of a sprawling sea, a visual nod to developer…

Sakuna: Of Rice and Ruin Review – Feast And Famine

Even in an industry with unlikely genre hybrids like MMO/shooters and puzzle/RPGs, Sakuna: Of Rice and…

Bugsnax Review – Creative Nonsense

By any measure, Bugsnax is a silly game. You inhabit a world of Sesame Street-like monsters,…

Devil May Cry 5: Special Edition Review – Keeping The Tradition Alive

Vergil made his first appearance as a playable character in Devil May Cry 3: Special Edition. He…

Assassin’s Creed Valhalla Review – A Saga Worthy Of Song

The Assassin’s Creed franchise draws people in for many reasons. Over the years, it has provided…

Astro’s Playroom Review – A Welcome Celebration

Astro’s Playroom comes pre-installed on every PlayStation 5, so when you first start it up, you…

Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales Review – An Electrifying Second Act

Electricity surges through Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales, delivering a powerful charge to the web-slinging action, and…

Yakuza: Like A Dragon Review – A New Hero Takes His Turn

Yakuza 6 marked the end of protagonist Kazuma Kiryu’s journey, leaving us with a single question:…

Visage Review — Awesome Apprehension

SadSquare Studio’s Kickstarter-fueled Visage starts with a bang and never lets go, ratcheting up tension and…