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Meet 2019's Most Amazing Game Disco Elysium, a Quirky RPG from Estonia

Death Stranding Review A Long Walk with Kojima

Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order EA (Finally) Strikes Back

Song of Horror Review Often Scary, but in the Wrong Way

Planet Zoo Review Is This Even a Game?

Age of Empires 2: Definitive Edition Review Old But Solid Gold

Terminator: Resistance Review It's Not Perfect, but It's Definitely Not a Crap

Farming Simulator 19 Platinum Review Old New McDonald hat 'ne Farm

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Reviews and scores of the most important and popular video games

We have reviewed over 120 games. If you're looking for professional editorial reviews, ratings, exhaustive tests, or you don't know which computer, console or mobile game to buy - here you will find our recommendations on which games are worth it, and which should be avoided. We especially recommend our reviews of Disco Elysium, Crossroads Inn and Call of Duty: Modern Warfare.

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Meet 2019's Most Amazing Game – Disco Elysium, a Quirky RPG from Estonia
Meet 2019's Most Amazing Game Disco Elysium, a Quirky RPG from Estonia

game review21 November 2019

[Review updated] A depraved cop investigates a degenerate industrial world, where racism is ubiquitous, the specter of communism fuels class struggles, and the good and evil are meaningless constructs. Disco Elysium, this year's most ambitious RPG

Terminator: Resistance Review – It's Not Perfect, but It's Definitely Not a Crap
Terminator: Resistance Review It's Not Perfect, but It's Definitely Not a Crap

game review16 November 2019

The new Terminator is surprisingly satisfactory. And we're not talking about the average film by Tim Miller, but about a fresh game from Krakow's Teyon a developer who became notorious in the gaming industry with the infamous Rambo: The Video Game.

Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order – EA (Finally) Strikes Back
Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order EA (Finally) Strikes Back

game review15 November 2019

After the great commotion caused by the first, fantastic episode of The Mandalorian, Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order storms the gaming world. This is a production that brings new hope for the upcoming games in the famous universe.

Age of Empires 2: Definitive Edition Review – Old But Solid Gold
Age of Empires 2: Definitive Edition Review Old But Solid Gold

game review12 November 2019

Attractive, good, mature strategy game is looking for a player! Despite the twenty years that have passed, the new Age of Empires II: Definitive Edition still manages to deliver an amazing experience.

Stygian : Reign of the Old Ones Review – Lovecraft Doesn't Die
Stygian : Reign of the Old Ones Review Lovecraft Doesn't Die

game review07 November 2019

Stygian: Reign of the Old Ones is one of those games you will love and hate at the same time you just have to like the dense climate of Lovecraft's mythology and, like me, bear all the glitches that make completing the game neigh impossible.

Planet Zoo Review – Is This Even a Game?
Planet Zoo Review Is This Even a Game?

game review05 November 2019

An excellent, fascinating and satisfying... job. Playing Planet Zoo is like going to work. You try not to get tired, then you get tired, and in the end you're happy with what you accomplished anyway.

Death Stranding Review – A Long Walk with Kojima
Death Stranding Review A Long Walk with Kojima

game review01 November 2019

It took me 3222 minutes to finish Death Stranding. That was fifty hours of enchantment with slight shades of consternation. But all the while, I felt that Hideo created something that defies all the traditional rules of electronic entertainment.

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Review – Nearly the Best CoD Ever
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Review Nearly the Best CoD Ever

game review30 October 2019

Modern Warfare may not have the best campaign in the history of the Call of Duty series, but it certainly sets the bar high for all subsequent shooters about war. Sets it very, very high.

Song of Horror Review – Often Scary, but in the Wrong Way
Song of Horror Review Often Scary, but in the Wrong Way

game review29 October 2019

Song of Horror is a frightening game that focuses on classic presentation of action, sneaking, and solving puzzles. But was everything that frightens the player surely intended by the creators?

Luigi's Mansion 3 Review – A Lovely, Unremarkable Game
Luigi's Mansion 3 Review A Lovely, Unremarkable Game

game review28 October 2019

Friends from the world of Mario and Luigi visited the haunted property three times and still haven't learned that it's not a good destination for holiday. Fortunately! Because Luigi's Mansion 3 is a good continuation on the Nintendo Switch platform.

Farming Simulator 19 Platinum Review – Old New McDonald hat 'ne Farm
Farming Simulator 19 Platinum Review Old New McDonald hat 'ne Farm

game review28 October 2019

The popular Farming Simulator series has been known as the best crop harvesting simulator over the years. This time, we have decided to test the Platinum Expansion set dedicated to Farming Simulator 2019.

Crossroads Inn Review – in Desperate Need of Gordon Ramsey
Crossroads Inn Review in Desperate Need of Gordon Ramsey

game review23 October 2019

Crossroads Inn is a production from Warsaw-based Kraken Unleashed Studio, which brings an original gameplay formula it puts the player in the role of the manager of an inn located by the key trade route in the fantasy world of Delcrys.

The Outer Worlds Review – RPG of the Year? Yeah, of 2012
The Outer Worlds Review RPG of the Year? Yeah, of 2012

game review22 October 2019

A year ago, Obsidian heralded The Outer Worlds on the wave of severe criticism of Fallout 76. Today, when Bethesda no longer provides the blanket of a terrible RPG release, things aren't so pretty anymore.

The Witcher 3: The Wild Hunt Switch Review – The Art of Compromise
The Witcher 3: The Wild Hunt Switch Review The Art of Compromise

game review14 October 2019

The Witcher 3: The Wild Hunt for Nintendo Switch is an ugly duckling. CDPR goes for a compromise we accept the mediocre graphics, and they bring the best RPG of recent years for a hand-held console. Don't say no.

Ghost Recon: Breakpoint Review – Even Anthem was More Compelling
Ghost Recon: Breakpoint Review Even Anthem was More Compelling

game review07 October 2019

Breakpoint is an unsuccessful, shapeless blend of ideas from all Ubisoft games. In the endless flood of virtual garbage to collect and buy, there was not even a trace of the cult Ghost Recon series.

Review of Borderlands 3 – Space Never Changes
Review of Borderlands 3 Space Never Changes

game review02 October 2019

The cult series of looter shooters has returned to give us crazy firearms and tons of cannon fodder to kill once again. What's new in the world of armed Sirens and Space Vaults? Not much and that's exactly what we wanted!

The Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening Review – Modern Oldschool Respecting the Original
The Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening Review Modern Oldschool Respecting the Original

game review27 September 2019

We never have enough of The Legend of Zelda. This time, Nintendo again revisits the past to brush off the one of the best hand-held adventures of Link Link's Awakening, originally created in 1993 for the Game Boy.

Wanderlust Travel Stories Review – A Must-Read Game
Wanderlust Travel Stories Review A Must-Read Game

game review26 September 2019

Wanderlust is an unusual and bold concept of a game based on the literature of the road. The courage of the artists, who created a game consisting mostly of text, deserves admiration. And recognition, too, because Wanderlust is simply a really good game.

The Surge 2 Review – Futuristic Dark Souls
The Surge 2 Review Futuristic Dark Souls

game review24 September 2019

The Surge is a properly realized, and distinctive game inspired by Dark Souls. Unfortunately, the inconsistencies in the mechanics and graphics departments produce some rather glaring issues.

FIFA 20 Review – the Return of the Party Football King (Final Score)
FIFA 20 Review the Return of the Party Football King (Final Score)

game review20 September 2019

FIFA 20 once again proves that when it comes to playing with friends, nobody's got anything on this series. Unfortunately, things aren't so great with everything the game offers.

GreedFall Review - Budget Witcher 3 That Simply Works
GreedFall Review - Budget Witcher 3 That Simply Works

game review13 September 2019

GreedFall is not a stiff spiritual successor to Gothic series. It's a well-designed unique role playing game developed with a limited budget and some great ideas borrowed straight from the best titles of this genre.

Children of Morta Review - A Gem Among Roguelike Dungeon Crawlers
Children of Morta Review - A Gem Among Roguelike Dungeon Crawlers

game review13 September 2019

When you beat the Children of Morta you will have the feeling that you are not only abandoning the great, dynamic hack'n'slash, but also that you are leaving the family home where you simply felt good and safe.

Gears 5 Review – All Cogs in Right Places
Gears 5 Review All Cogs in Right Places

game review09 September 2019

We like it when creators are able to recognize their mistakes. Gears 5 lets go of the expedition company of rookie boy scouts, and serves a hard-boiled action shooter instead. Just like the old days.

Blair Witch Review – the Scariest Forest
Blair Witch Review the Scariest Forest

game review03 September 2019

Bloober Team is a company that has become a synonym of horror for many people. Blair Witch is their first game developed under a license, but the devs were able to turn that into their favor, offering another successful title. Is it their best game yet?