It’s a game that embraces old-school tenets and offers some modern-day flash, and for the best analysis of this blend, make sure to visit Digital Spy.
Here’s a sequel that delivers satisfies all expectations, as indicated by an excellent and informed analysis from RPG Site.
If you’re looking for a deep, knowledgeable, entertaining review of the latest Madden entry, Arcade Sushi has you covered.
We have a chat with Rely on Horror’s Casper Bronmans; topics include the affect of the job on our favorite hobby, and the current state of game criticism.
The original title received widespread critical acclaim and if you’re wondering how the sequel fared, you need to check out EGM’s spectacular analysis.
An updated version of Diablo III has arrived for next-gen consoles, and Giant Bomb does a great job explaining why the Ultimate Evil Edition is stellar.
It is possible to simultaneously love and hate a game, as evidenced by this well-crafted Destructoid review of the quirky PS4 title, Hohokum.
Disgaea has returned and if you want to know how the latest performs on the Vita, check out Gaming Trend’s informative, entertaining review.
Metrico is a game that presents statistics in an entertaining way, but Polygon explains why the effort falls shy of expectations.
If you’re considering trying Road Not Taken, you should take a gander at Eurogamer’s impressive analysis, which is appropriately poetic and well-written.
You’re on the fence about a Sacred 3 purchase, aren’t you? Well, learn everything you need to know at Game Informer; their review is concise and effective.
The Last Of Us: Remastered is the hottest topic in gaming today, and if you’re looking for the definitive review of this definitive edition, check out USGamer.
Crimsonland is all about ceaseless action and lots and lots of blood, and IGN captures that relentless carnage with an appropriate amount of zeal.
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.