When it comes to certain niche Japanese titles, you want a critic who understands the genre and the audience. You also want an in-depth, accurate analysis.
For our latest honored review, we select one that’s both in-depth and charismatic. After all, for a game like Mousecraft, you need to have a personality.
The Wolf Among Us has reached its end, and The Escapist’s Greg Tito does this fantastic series justice by producing a well-written, thoughtful analysis.
The updated Guacamelee! is now available on the PlayStation 4, and we selected Gaming Age’s passionate, informed analysis as our latest honored review.
We’ve all heard this statement many times before, but it’s spoken by those who don’t understand the proper role of a critic.
When an updated version of a last-gen game gets this much attention, you know something is amiss. The insane hype for this game isn’t really merited.
For some reason, the gaming public has this seriously skewed view of video game critics. It’s hardly glamorous and really, there’s no reason to be jealous.
When a game has a proposed 10-year lifespan and functions very much like an “MMOFPS,” the analysis shouldn’t end with launch-day reviews.