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Rainbow Six Extraction Review - How It All Went Wrong

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!

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

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!

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!
Final Fantasy XIV Online: Endwalker Review

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

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

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

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
Bright Memory Infinite Review - A Broken Hybrid of Crysis and Shadow Warrior

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
Blue Reflection Second Light: Weighed Down By Fanservice

Blue Reflection Second Light: Weighed Down By Fanservice

game review10 November 2021

Blue Reflection: Second Light combines casual RPG elements and a mysterious story with distracting fanservice that tends to drag the whole experience down.

Blue Reflection Second Light: Weighed Down By Fanservice
Call of Duty Vanguard Review: War Never Changes

Call of Duty Vanguard Review: War Never Changes

game review10 November 2021

What can you expect from a Call of Duty game besides another campaign mode, more multiplayer, and zombies? Hopefully enough to warrant another purchase.

Call of Duty Vanguard Review: War Never Changes
Forza Horizon 5 Review - The King Becomes Emperor

Forza Horizon 5 Review - The King Becomes Emperor

game review04 November 2021

The best racing game just became even better, and it doesn’t look like anything is going to claim the crown from Forza Horizon 5 anytime soon. However, “the best” doesn’t mean “perfect.” The competitors still have a chance to seize the throne.

Forza Horizon 5 Review - The King Becomes Emperor
Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy Review: Brilliant Banter

Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy Review: Brilliant Banter

game review29 October 2021

With an original cast and storyline, the video game version of Guardians of the Galaxy rivals that of the movies. But what parts of it are cinematic and where does it fall short? Read our review.

Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy Review: Brilliant Banter
Fatal Frame Maiden of Black Water Review: A Slow, Underwhelming Burn

Fatal Frame Maiden of Black Water Review: A Slow, Underwhelming Burn

game review28 October 2021

Project Zero: Maiden of Black Water (or Fatal Frame) brings a supernatural story to all platforms this Halloween, but a multitude of factors keep the game from reaching its full potential.

Fatal Frame Maiden of Black Water Review: A Slow, Underwhelming Burn
Age of Empires 4 Review - The Return of the RTS King

Age of Empires 4 Review - The Return of the RTS King

game review27 October 2021

Age of Empires IV proves there’s still a place for classic RTS games in 2021. Developers have brilliantly adapted the well-known formula to modern realities. Hopefully, this will not be the last part of the series, but a completely new beginning.

Age of Empires 4 Review - The Return of the RTS King
War Mongrels Review: Battle Weary Tactics

War Mongrels Review: Battle Weary Tactics

game review22 October 2021

Plan your moves, don’t get spotted, and complete various missions amid the dangers around you. This World War II game gives you classic RTT gameplay, but comes with some annoying setbacks too.

War Mongrels Review: Battle Weary Tactics
Succubus Review: Dollar Store Doom Or Hellish Delight?

Succubus Review: Dollar Store Doom Or Hellish Delight?

game review06 October 2021

The sequel to the infamous Agony is coming. This game is hell. And while it has its moments, you wouldn't want to explore that hell.

Succubus Review: Dollar Store Doom Or Hellish Delight?
Far Cry 6 Review: Order in Revolution

Far Cry 6 Review: Order in Revolution

game review06 October 2021

Taking place on a tropical island during a revolution, Far Cry 6’s plot reads like a page out of a Cuban history book. But its themes, wacky weapons, and fictional characters give it a charm of its own.

Far Cry 6 Review: Order in Revolution
Away: The Survival Series - A Questionable Pilot Episode

Away: The Survival Series - A Questionable Pilot Episode

game review29 September 2021

An interactive nature documentary sounds interesting on paper, but how does it play out when you get to play as a critter for real? Let’s just say, don’t get your hopes up.

Away: The Survival Series - A Questionable Pilot Episode
Hot Wheels Unleashed Review: Too Early to Call It Hot

Hot Wheels Unleashed Review: Too Early to Call It Hot

game review27 September 2021

If you’ve ever dreamt of playing with Hot Wheels toys in a video game, Milestone makes it come true. This is the ultimate proposition for Hot Wheels enthusiasts. But is it a proper game at all? Well, yes… but no. At least not right now.

Hot Wheels Unleashed Review: Too Early to Call It Hot
Astria Ascending Review: A Classic JRPG for a New Generation

Astria Ascending Review: A Classic JRPG for a New Generation

game review27 September 2021

Astria Ascending, from developer Artisan Studios, is a modern classic, wonderfully modernizing the classic JRPG format with dynamic character progression and engaging turn-based combat.

Astria Ascending Review: A Classic JRPG for a New Generation
Medieval Dynasty Review: To Heir Is Human

Medieval Dynasty Review: To Heir Is Human

game review22 September 2021

If Animal Crossing was set in the Middle Ages and featured more realistic survival and crafting mechanics, it would be called Medieval Dynasty. Killing animals for food would also have to be there.

Medieval Dynasty Review: To Heir Is Human
Gamedec Review: Cyberpunk Private Eye

Gamedec Review: Cyberpunk Private Eye

game review16 September 2021

Imagine a future where people are so dependent on virtual worlds that most of their lives – crimes included – takes place inside them. Hire a game detective to solve the case.

Gamedec Review: Cyberpunk Private Eye
NBA 2K22 Review: Above the Rim

NBA 2K22 Review: Above the Rim

game review14 September 2021

Just like clockwork and right before the start of a new NBA season, NBA 2K22 is back with another bigger, bolder installment to give fans more of what they want.

NBA 2K22 Review: Above the Rim