The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt is a massive production and we choose a review that opts to embrace the developer’s atmospheric approach.
Project CARS has finally arrived and we’re starting to see some great reviews. For the best one yet, check out IGN, where you’ll find a complete and enjoyable evaluation.
Mortal Kombat X is bound to be one of the most controversial titles of 2015. For one of the best analyses of this visceral game, visit Digital Trends.
If you want to read one of the better reviews for an indie smash hit, check out Push Square’s excellent, colorful analysis of Bastion. It’s a definite winner.
There are a number of well-documented hitches, glitches, and annoying issues in The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, and responsible critics shouldn’t ignore them.
It’s a given that The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt is a fantastic title. But is any game capable of pulling down perfect scores without pre-launch hype?
CD Projekt Red’s hugely anticipated new role-playing game is already in the hands of some reviewers. What scores will this blockbuster pull down?
It’s an all-too-common accusation these days: Blaming developers for holding back content for the sake of premium DLC. But let’s clarify.