Battlefield 5 has stunning visuals and presentation. But the question remains: Is it a triumphant success, or is it still a flawed experience?
To sum it up: Walkers, no voice chat, melee weapons, and guns.
11-11: Memories Retold tells the tale of two soldiers (and their animal friends) trying to survive during the First World War. How do its story and unique artistic style fare?
The Curse of the Vampire Coast DLC for Total War: Warhammer II is out, but is it a treasure worth seeking, or will it get dragged below the watery depths?
Are racing and combat what you seek? You might need to look a little bit harder to truly scratch that racing and combat itch.
Can The Shapeshifting Detective bring new notice to FMV games? Or will it shapeshift into obscurity along with the genre’s progenitors?
Save Me Mr Tako has the makings of greatness, but it is severely let down by really awful design flaws.
Call of Cthulhu is a good game, but is it worth full price? Does this walking simulator bring the scares or induce yawns? Find out here!
Industries isn’t the total economic overhaul it could have been, but still brings plenty of fresh content to Cities: Skylines.
The cat’s out of the bag now, as we discuss how Wenjia fares.
American Wilds brought back the same anxiety-inducing feeling that I had when I first played MudRunner last year. And, that’s a good thing—it wouldn’t be a real Spintires experience otherwise.
Train Simulator has returned with even more new content, but the old game engine is really starting to show some serious age.
Flashy animations and seamless transitions mark a step up for the Warriors Orochi franchise. However, a bloated cast means several tend to get ignored. Likewise, tacked on mechanics will need some fleshing out.
Geralt, Kilik, or FluffBuster? The choice is yours.
With a lot of tinkering, Damsel could be a fun time. As it stands, this vampire-hunting adventure is just a big mis-stake.
NBA Playgrounds 2 brings a lot of great improvements to the table with enhanced gameplay mechanics and visuals, but the package is brought down by unnecessary, backward changes.