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.
If you remember the good ol’ days with a particular fondness, Axiom Verge might be for you. And for a top-notch evaluation, visit PSU.
There are lots of great Bloodborne reviews out there but our favorite can be found at GameSpot, where critic Kevin VanOrd pens a spectacular analysis.
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.
It’s bound to be one of the most brutal video games ever, and it’ll prove offensive to some. Should this factor impact an overall review score, though?
The video game critic has a bad reputation but why? What are the reasons behind the general dislike and distrust of critics in this industry?
The theory is that harder games tend to score better among industry critics, while easier games are actually docked. Does Bloodborne prove this theory?