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
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
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
Encased Review: Is the Old School Still in Session?
game review07 September 2021
Encased is a solid game, yet one that struggles with its own nature. Despite being conductive to genuine emotions, the old school's biggest flaw is that it's old. Read more in our review.Encased Review: Is the Old School Still in Session?
Cris Tales Review: An Ode to the Best and Worst of JRPGs
game review17 August 2021
Cris Tales has a remarkably beautiful hand-drawn aesthetic, some unique time travel mechanics, and a fun and engaging fantasy world. Unfortunately, the gameplay is often bogged down by repetitive turn-based combat and excessive loading times.Cris Tales Review: An Ode to the Best and Worst of JRPGs
Eldest Souls Review: Soulslike Lite
game review02 August 2021
Boss battles can be a games most climactic moment, often culminating an intense fight that puts your skills to the test. Well, what if you had a game that only had boss battles? Eldest Souls says hello. Read our review.Eldest Souls Review: Soulslike Lite
The Ascent Review - What If Cyberpunk 2077 And Diablo Had a Baby?
game review29 July 2021
Do you happen to be a Xbox Game Pass subscriber? If not I suggest you to quickly become one. A cyberpunk adventure like no other awaits you and three of your friends in The Ascent. Just make sure they all know how to shoot.The Ascent Review - What If Cyberpunk 2077 And Diablo Had a Baby?
Blightbound Review: A Dungeon Crawler by Any Other Name
game review28 July 2021
This game won't change the world, and it's certainly not the best in its genre. It does, however, have the ability to enchant for several long hours. Some elements should be refined though. Read our Blightbound review.Blightbound Review: A Dungeon Crawler by Any Other Name
Monster Hunter Stories 2 Wings of Ruin Review: Monstie Rancher!
game review20 July 2021
Sometimes you become such best friends with a monster that they go from your bestie to your monstie. And no, this isnt Pokemon, but you will be hatching lots of eggs and battling alongside your favorite monsters. Read our review of Wings of Ruin.Monster Hunter Stories 2 Wings of Ruin Review: Monstie Rancher!
Biomutant Review: A Fuzzy-Wuzzy Fable
game review24 May 2021
Dont be fooled by its cuddly-looking characters with silly names. Biomutant is a robust and enthralling RPG with a lot to offer and plenty of ways to see it play out.Biomutant Review: A Fuzzy-Wuzzy Fable
NieR Replicant Ver.1.22474487139... Review - The Ultimate Version
game review22 April 2021
NieR Replicant is an enthralling experience that will keep you hooked with its mysterious plot and climactic boss battles. This is the version of the game you will want to play even if you played it over a decade ago.NieR Replicant Ver.1.22474487139... Review - The Ultimate Version
Loop Hero is The Best PC Game This March!
revisiting11 March 2021
Creating a game that combines several different types of gameplay is rarely a successful endeavor. The creators from Four Quarters studio, however, make it seem completely effortless.Loop Hero is The Best PC Game This March!
Werewolf The Apocalypse Earthblood Review - Bland, Boring, Not About Werewolves
game review04 February 2021
The old and beloved RPG system is back, this time as a video game. Will Werewolf The Apocalypse Earthblood live up to fans' expectations? Read our review.Werewolf The Apocalypse Earthblood Review - Bland, Boring, Not About Werewolves
Cyberpunk 2077 Review - Samurai, You've Got a Great RPG to Play!
game review07 December 2020
The newest game from CD Projekt Red is proof that The Witcher 3 was not an accident. It's a great RPG mixed with action, which could use one more small delay just to clean all the bugs.Cyberpunk 2077 Review - Samurai, You've Got a Great RPG to Play!
World of Warcraft: Shadowlands Review - 75% Legion; 25% New
game review07 December 2020
The latest addition to the king of MMORPG has already been with us for some time. And you know what? It's pretty good, but Blizzard didn't have to rush this extension.World of Warcraft: Shadowlands Review - 75% Legion; 25% New
The Elder Scrolls: Oblivion Once Slayer of PCs, Now Nearly Neglected
revisiting27 September 2020
I have fond memories of Morrowind. I don't have too much memories with Skyrim, because I'm still playing it. And what about Oblivion? The fourth installment in the series seem the most forgotten, though it's certainly an important link.The Elder Scrolls: Oblivion Once Slayer of PCs, Now Nearly Neglected
Wasteland 3 Review The RPG I've Been Waiting For!
game review02 September 2020
Brian Fargo decided to show us the postapocalyptic world of the Wasteland series once again. But this time, we leave the deserts of Arizona and go to the snow-covered, mile-high Colorado.Wasteland 3 Review The RPG I've Been Waiting For!
5 Reasons to Love Fallout 76
revisiting21 April 2020
Can you like Fallout 76? You sure can I do and I'm not ashamed of it! I can even give you five good reasons why that is.5 Reasons to Love Fallout 76
Playing Bannerlord I Have One Question: Why Did They Need a Decade?!
revisiting02 April 2020
Mount and Blade 2 enters Steam it's early access, but still. You can pay and you can play. I played, and you know what? It feels exactly the same as in the original, with emphasis on "exactly the same." What have they been doing these 10 years?Playing Bannerlord I Have One Question: Why Did They Need a Decade?!
Wolcen Review Devilishly Difficult Love
game review21 February 2020
Wolcen: The Lords of Mayhem, an independent hack'n'slash, scored a dragon entrance that other Diablo competitors - Path of Exile and Grim Dawn - could only dream of. See why this hack'n'slash has caused so much excitement.Wolcen Review Devilishly Difficult Love
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 RPGMeet 2019's Most Amazing Game Disco Elysium, a Quirky RPG from Estonia
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.Stygian : Reign of the Old Ones Review Lovecraft Doesn't Die
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 Outer Worlds Review RPG of the Year? Yeah, of 2012
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.The Surge 2 Review Futuristic Dark Souls