The anticipated sequel to Bravely Default has arrived and if you’re looking for an objective, well thought-out analysis, we suggest you turn to IGN.
The lovable Lombax is back and if you want to see how well Insomniac has treated this timeless classic, check out The Telegraph’s excellent review.
The anticipated Xbox One exclusive has arrived and though many critics have weighed in already, we’ve chosen this one for its firm stance and overall quality.
It’s supremely challenging and wonderfully designed, a true love note to the hardcore fans. And The Daily Dot does a great job capturing this essence.
It’s a promising new release for PlayStation Vita owners but if you want to learn more about this unique, challenging title, we strongly recommend visiting Brash Games.
Reviewing an in-depth simulator requires attention to detail, a firm understanding of the subject matter, and the ability to keep the reader entertained.
A new Fire Emblem has arrived and for a wonderfully entertaining and informative review that’ll make you smile, we suggest visiting IGN.
Tom Clancy’s The Division is the biggest new game of 2016 and for a fantastic breakdown of this tactical, multiplayer-oriented shooter, we turn to The Escapist.
The first episode has finally arrived and everyone is weighing in, but here’s our favorite review so far. It makes us want to become Agent 47!
The upgraded insta-classic has earned applause everywhere but for one of the more entertaining and well-written reviews, turn to Nintendo Insider.
Far Cry Primal is all about atmospheric goodness and GR’s fantastic review captures that immersion better than most. Well worth reading, we guarantee it.
It’s one of the most anticipated fighters in history and for a candid, knowledgeable and ultimately accessible review, you gotta check out Giant Bomb.
The iconic IP has returned and most critics just can’t say enough good things about it. Our favorite review combines great writing chops with industry expertise.
Fortified is the new off-the-wall indie game that involves lots of color and aliens, and for one of the better reviews we turn you toward Pure Xbox.
Here’s one excellent review that reminds us why criticism is an art form and why it can often be a tricky practice. The Witness deserves such attention!