Familiarity isn’t a bad thing but if you’re not convinced, let God is a Geek explain in their excellent evaluation of Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel.
The Evil Within is a little uneven and somewhat underwhelming, but The Guardian explains why it’s still catnip for survival/horror purists.
Avid fans of the franchise want the unvarnished truth and GameSpot’s Kevin VanOrd delivers that truth, while still remaining modestly encouraged.
IGN explains why Driveclub is an ambitious, fun racer that just barely misses the elite label. This is an energetic, atmospheric review that we love!
The hotly anticipated horror game from Resident Evil creator Shinji Mikami hasn’t exactly scored off the charts, and some purists seem irritated.
There’s a lot of controversy swirling around the concept of the perfect review score. Some say no game can be flawless; others say “10″ doesn’t mean “perfect.”
During the fourth-quarter blitz, most game critics are pushed to the absolute maximum. It’s difficult to keep up and therefore, consumers should be wary.
Some would argue that Destiny and Watch Dogs were the two biggest disappointments of 2014. But were the receptions due to skewed expectations?