GRID Legends Review - It’s Fun, But Still Not Even Close to 2008 GRID
game review25 February 2022
Codemasters and EA made a risky decision to release GRID Legends just one week ahead of Gran Turismo 7. It turns out they prepared some strong arguments against this gargantuan rival, but is it enough to avoid a road disaster?GRID Legends Review - It’s Fun, But Still Not Even Close to 2008 GRID
Atelier Sophie 2 Review: Dream or Nightmare?
game review24 February 2022
The latest addition to the Atelier series, Atelier Sophie 2: The Alchemist of the Mysterious Dream, takes a laid-back approach to the modern RPG, including its trademark puzzle crafting system.Atelier Sophie 2 Review: Dream or Nightmare?
Is Cyberpunk 2077 Worth Going Back to After Patch 1.5?
revisiting18 February 2022
CD Projekt RED didn't give up and the patching effort for Cyberpunk 2077 is still ongoing. New content, though modest, is still reaching the game. Patch 1.5, which is its next-gen upgrade, is a big step forward, though I, for one, won't be playing.Is Cyberpunk 2077 Worth Going Back to After Patch 1.5?
King of Fighters 15 Review: Safe Hits
game review15 February 2022
Sticking to what it knows best, King of Fighters 15 features another solid, albeit safe entry in the series with some slight changes to ease newcomers in while still giving fans new ways to punish their opponents.King of Fighters 15 Review: Safe Hits
Total War: Warhammer 3 Review - Quality of War
game review14 February 2022
Five years. That's how long we waited for Total War: Warhammer 3. Creative Assembly have taken much more time with the development than anyone anticipated. This time was not squandered.Total War: Warhammer 3 Review - Quality of War
Horizon Forbidden West Review: How the West Was Fun
game review14 February 2022
Forbidden West is a must-play for any PS5 owner and provides a riveting story, expanded combat options, and quests that further give life to Aloy’s world.Horizon Forbidden West Review: How the West Was Fun
Know by heart Review - Russian Coming-of-Age Story From the Creators of Pathologic
game review12 February 2022
A provincial Russian town in 2001 seems like a perfect setting for a story, especially if this story is centered around young adults and told by the creators of Pathologic. Sadly, the premise turns out to be much more interesting than the game itself.Know by heart Review - Russian Coming-of-Age Story From the Creators of Pathologic
Lost Ark Review: Setting the Standard for a Modern MMORPG
game review11 February 2022
The new free-to-play MMORPG, Lost Ark, brings all the classics of the genre to a beautifully modern game. Unfortunately, some of these expected features might be what keeps new players from joining in the fun.Lost Ark Review: Setting the Standard for a Modern MMORPG
How Accurate Were These Pokemon Legends Arceus Theories?
revisiting11 February 2022
Not too long ago, we posted some theories about the highly anticipated Pokemon Legends Arceus. Now that the game has arrived it’s time to see if we were correct.How Accurate Were These Pokemon Legends Arceus Theories?
Sifu Review: Woah… I Don’t Know Kung Fu…
game review06 February 2022
Sifu is absolutely punishing. This game will make you realize who you are – a clumsy and angry screaming noob. Try it at your own risk.Sifu Review: Woah… I Don’t Know Kung Fu…
Pokemon Legends Arceus Review: Start of an Evolution
game review03 February 2022
You haven’t caught a Pokemon until you’ve thrown a ball in the Hisui region. Read our Pokemon Legends Arceus review and find out how familiar features are completely reimagined in a game that’s a joy to experience despite some hiccups in performance.Pokemon Legends Arceus Review: Start of an Evolution
Dying Light 2 Review: A Glow in the Dark
game review02 February 2022
Dying Light 2 review is here! DL returns with a sequel that’s better than the original and offers you so much more frights and thrills. You will never look at a UV lamp the same way again.Dying Light 2 Review: A Glow in the Dark
Monster Hunter Rise PC Review: A Great Game Gets Better
game review27 January 2022
After releasing exclusively on the Nintendo Switch earlier this year, Monster Hunter Rise is finally arriving on PC. While much of the game has stayed the same, the enhanced visuals are a delight. Here's our review.Monster Hunter Rise PC Review: A Great Game Gets Better
Rainbow Six Extraction Review - How It All Went Wrong
game review21 January 2022
Rainbow Six Extraction is now out and boy oh boy, do we have a lot to say about it. One thing we can't say in this review is that it's going to be nice, though. Read about all the missed opportunities and find out whether the game is still worth buying.Rainbow Six Extraction Review - How It All Went Wrong
God of War PC Review - Glorious Kratos Joins PCMR!
game review14 January 2022
Beautiful and well-made, the God of War PC port is a good way for Sony to say hello. This game is a must for any PC gamer - especially if you've never played it. If other ports were of this quality...God of War PC Review - Glorious Kratos Joins PCMR!
Final Fantasy 7 Remake PC Review: Ignorance is Not a Bliss
game review23 December 2021
Final Fantasy 7 Remake on PC does a wonderful job of resurrecting the classic, 1997 video game, bringing back the original feel and nostalgia. However, the port is flawed by complete disregard to the peculiarities of the PC platform.Final Fantasy 7 Remake PC Review: Ignorance is Not a Bliss
Halo Infinite Review. Say 'Hello' to Successful Reboot!
game review15 December 2021
Brace yourself, Spartan. Six years after its last game, the Halo series returns with an open-world game that provides a mix of nostalgic and modern elements that make for a satisfying journey through an old, familiar planet.Halo Infinite Review. Say 'Hello' to Successful Reboot!
Cyberpunk 2077 on PlayStation 4 is Still Busted After a Year
revisiting14 December 2021
After less than a year, I decided to revisit the last-gen version of Cyberpunk 2077 to see if anything has changed. The conclusion was painful: not much or almost nothing.Cyberpunk 2077 on PlayStation 4 is Still Busted After a Year
Final Fantasy XIV Online: Endwalker Review
game review10 December 2021
Endwalker lives up to the expectations set by Shadowbringers and is a worthy closure to the almost 8-year story arc. With that feat, I’m confident that FFXIV is the best MMORPG currently available.Final Fantasy XIV Online: Endwalker Review
Chorus Review: Satisfying Combat Distracts From A Lackluster Protagonist
game review03 December 2021
Chorus misses out on the opportunity to let the player decide who the protagonist is, choosing instead to force a dramatic end-of-the-world scenario on the player that cheapens the ability to explore and take on side-missions. Read our review.Chorus Review: Satisfying Combat Distracts From A Lackluster Protagonist
Battlefield 2042 Review: Hazard Zone
game review17 November 2021
A mix of old and new, Battlefield 2042 features more maps, more pomp, and more customization tools. But is more always better?Battlefield 2042 Review: Hazard Zone
Hammerting Review: Needs Reforging
game review17 November 2021
Explore the inside of a mountain and build your own dwarven colony in Hammerting, a game that has a lot of potential but is held back by some rough edges.Hammerting Review: Needs Reforging
Shin Megami Tensei V Review: Angels and Demons
game review15 November 2021
Not as popular as its spin-off Persona, Shin Megami Tensei returns to deliver one of the best RPGs on the Switch – even if it may not be everyone’s cup of tea.Shin Megami Tensei V Review: Angels and Demons
Bright Memory Infinite Review - A Broken Hybrid of Crysis and Shadow Warrior
game review11 November 2021
Swordfighting and shooting cutting-edge guns isn’t a common combination in FPS games. However, an alluring concept and jaw-dropping visuals are still not enough to recommend Bright Memory: Infinite, even to die-hard fans of Crysis and Shadow Warrior.Bright Memory Infinite Review - A Broken Hybrid of Crysis and Shadow Warrior