Chernobylite Review: Welcome to the Exclusion Zone
Chernobylite is perhaps the closest you will ever get to visiting the Chernobyl Exclusion Zone and avoid any of the radiation aftereffects. And it also somehow manages to make it fun and intriguing at the same time.
The Legend of Zelda Skyward Sword HD Review: A Fun and Faithful Remaster
A decade after its original release, The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword HD finally comes to the Switch completely remastered with HD graphics and button controls. Surely this will keep fans happy for the next year and a half before the Breath of the Wild.
Monster Hunter Stories 2 Wings of Ruin Review: Monstie Rancher!
Sometimes you become such best friends with a monster that they go from your bestie to your monstie. And no, this isn’t Pokemon, but you will be hatching lots of eggs and battling alongside your favorite monsters. Read our review of Wings of Ruin.
Death’s Door Review: A Game Worth Dying For
Doing a lot of things right, Death’s Door features a beautiful world and level design that rivals that of any Zelda game you’ve played. Plus you get to play as a little crow that wields a sword. What’s not to love?
Where the Heart Leads Review: The Game of Life
When you think of a video game, a piece of art that makes you think about your life and what it means to be alive doesn’t instantly come to mind. But maybe it should. Read our review to learn more about Where the Heart Leads.
Guilty Gear Strive Review - Stylishly Accessible
A series known for its stylized characters and flashy combos is back for another round of fights, but this time a few smart changes make it a lot easier to take in and appreciate what makes it so good in the first place.
Chivalry 2 Review - A Fine Sword, If a Bit Blunt
If you have ever wanted to be part of a medieval battle and live to tell about it, now is your chance! Just watch out for the guy behind you, he wants to chop your head off.
Ratchet and Clank: Rift Apart Review - Exclusively Exceptional
This PS5-exclusive title feels familiar, but continues to shine on a new console offering even more humor, action, and plenty of memorable moments that will leave both fans and newcomers in love, properly launching (and seizing all the power of next-gen.
Operation: Tango Review: A Stylish Spy Co-op
If you have ever done one of those trust exercises where you are blindfolded and need to listen to your partner, you’ll fit right in with this puzzler. Trust each other, talk it out, and you’ll have a great time saving the world.
Medieval Dynasty is the Hot New Hardcore Survival Sim
Exploring medieval Europe in Kingdom Come, fishing in Animal Crossing, building, and managing people in strategy games? Medieval Dynasty has it all, and then some.
Hands-on: GTFO Combines Destiny with Alien
GTFO is a new, challenging co-op game. No matchmaking, emphasis on tactics, and limited resources – all this in a heavy and dark atmosphere reminiscent of Ridley Scott's Alien. We went to Copenhagen, Denmark to test the game ourselves.
The Guild 3 first look – The Godfather meets Game of Thrones
The third iteration of the medieval trade simulator is coming. Once again, we will get rich, expand our empire and take care of our family, but this time also compete with secret societies. It's time for a game of merchant thrones.
Mount & Blade II: Bannerlord First look at E3 – Sieges, realism and staying true to the original
TaleWorlds showed us how to conquer strongholds in Mount & Blade II: Bannerlord while they visited E3. The game will introduce lots of novelties, but it will stay true to the spirit of the original game.