The game is already receiving some starkly contrasting scores, which means it’s even more important to read each review carefully. Here’s our favorite thus far.
Is the new Forza Horizon sequel a true-blue masterpiece? The critics are saying “yes” and one of our absolute favorite reviews can be found at The Telegraph.
A significantly updated version of the critically acclaimed title has come to PlayStation 4 and our favorite analysis of the narrative-driven adventure can be found at PSU.
JRPG fans should check out Nintendo Life for one of the best reviews of this beautifully beefed-up Dragon Quest adventure. We love the depth and detail!
With video and other forms of visual media dominating the internet, it seems fewer and fewer people are actually reading. Can the written review survive?
These days, you have a better chance of nailing 9+ review scores if you’re a smaller/independently produced game. The big-budget titles aren’t faring as well.
Both manufacturers have unveiled their upgraded systems designed for “hardcore” gamers. But what are we really getting with both consoles when they first launch?
Has anyone considered the possibility that this fancy new virtual reality could potentially have devastating side effects? Or are we once again over-enamored with new tech?