The movie is beyond controversial but there’s no controversy surrounding the game. As Push Square hilariously clarifies…it just plain blows.
It’s sweeping the world and while The Guardian says it’s not a great game, at least it’s a great experience. And this is a great review to boot.
If you’re a fan of retro gaming and you missed out on Xerodrifter a couple years back, maybe you should add this to your summer playlist.
JRPG fanatics everywhere had high hopes for Star Ocean: Integrity and Faithlessness but it’s not dragging down high scores. For the best review yet, visit Polygon.
It was supposed to be the spiritual successor to the legendary Mega Man IP but as our favorite review tells us, the lofty ambitions fall shy.
It’s the 17th entry in this long-running JRPG franchise and fans everywhere will appreciate its finely-tuned familiarity. Just ask the experts at RPGFan.
This reboot has been a long time coming and though it trips and stumbles here and there, Digital Spy says it can still get your heart pounding.
The second and final expansion for The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt has finally arrived, and this review captures the add-on perfectly. More Geralt goodness!
Wondering if Blizzard’s anticipated team-based shooter is worth your time? You gotta check out this excellent evaluation from The Guardian.
DOOM is back! And if you’re wondering how this long-awaited entry has fared, check in with LazyGamer, where you’ll find a stirringly funtastic review.
Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End has finally arrived and despite tons of fantastic reviews, we’ve finally determined that TIME’s excellent analysis tops the list.
If you’re looking for a decent dungeon-crawler with some style, Stranger of Sword City might be for you. Turn to RPGFan for the definitive review.
The latest from Drinkbox Studios is here; Severed is a very cool premise, and our favorite review thus far can be found at GameSpew.
Star Fox is back and if you’re wondering how the iconic mascot’s return to the galactic fray has fared, we urge you to check out Shacknews.