Solar Ash Review – A Rollercoaster Of Style And Substance

Rei awakens, dazed and confused within the Ultravoid. She’s a voidrunner, meaning she explores black holes…

Inscryption Review – Engraved Secrets

You wake up in a dark cabin, chained to a worn table. A mysterious man sits…

Battlefield 2042 Review – The Battle Of The Bugs

Battlefield has always been the largest and loudest multiplayer experience in the business. It’s the video…

Pokémon Brilliant Diamond And Shining Pearl Review – Refurbished Gems

Originally released in 2006, Pokémon Diamond and Pearl ushered in a new generation of Pokémon games…

Moncage Review – Think Outside The Box

In a dim, empty room, on a small table, lies a cube. Moncage dumps players right…

Shin Megami Tensei V Review – Beauty In An Unforgiving World

The Shin Megami series has always reflected the darkness and cruelty of the world we live…

Bright Memory: Infinite Review – Finite To A Fault

Bright Memory: Infinite feels like an interactive cheesy sci-fi action movie, for better or worse. It…

Riders Republic Review – A Missed Opportunity

I have never hated a game that I also find immensely fun, but somehow Riders Republic…

Jurassic World Evolution 2 Review – A Dynamic And Deadly Park-Building Experience

Dr. Wu is Jurassic World’s Dr. Frankenstein – a mad scientist who creates new life by…

Call Of Duty: Vanguard Review – A Tumultuous Trinity

Call of Duty: Vanguard is a tale of three games. As is sometimes the case, several of…