Xenoblade Chronicles 3 Review: A Monumental Adventure
game review17 August 2022
Xenoblade Chronicles 3 brings you more emotions, more conflict, and a combat system that blends everything its past installments introduced for an even more customizable experience. This is a JRPG you do not want to miss.Xenoblade Chronicles 3 Review: A Monumental Adventure
Vampire Swansong Review: Choose wisely
game review06 June 2022
Vampire: The Masquerade - Swansong isn't ideal. But after a rather rough and overwhelming start the mystery wins you over. Here's our review.Vampire Swansong Review: Choose wisely
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?
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?
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
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
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
The Falconeer Warrior Edition Review - An Excellent Open World to Soar & Explore
game review04 August 2021
Tomas Sala’s The Falconeer finally comes to all consoles with the Warrior Edition, which includes new stories and locations to experience in an already engaging open world game. Read our Nintendo Switch review.The Falconeer Warrior Edition Review - An Excellent Open World to Soar & Explore
Eldest Souls Review: Soulslike Lite
game review02 August 2021
Boss battles can be a game’s 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
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 isn’t 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!
Monster Hunter Rise Review: An Exciting New Chapter in Monster Hunting
game review09 April 2021
A complex and layered RPG experience sugarcoated with hack-and-slash action? It must be the new Monster Hunter Rise. The latest game in the popular series brings some exciting new features, but of course focuses on hunting terrifying monsters.Monster Hunter Rise Review: An Exciting New Chapter in Monster Hunting
Story of Seasons: Pioneers of Olive Town Review: A World to Get Lost In
game review23 March 2021
Story of Seasons: Pioneers of Olive Town has you managing the farm that supports the growing town nearby. If that sounds like an actual job, that’s because sometimes it’s not that far off.Story of Seasons: Pioneers of Olive Town Review: A World to Get Lost In
Nintendo Delivers Once Again! – Paper Mario: The Origami King Review
game review15 July 2020
The new Paper Mario is a very lightweight RPG and a lot of humour, colour and flat paper creatures turned by the title king into ominous origami versions. And of course Mario and a certain princess to save.Nintendo Delivers Once Again! – Paper Mario: The Origami King Review
Xenoblade Chronicles: Definitive Edition Review – Epic Adventure, Good Remaster!
game review27 May 2020
Xenoblade Chronicles is a cult-classic jRPG. The original definitely stood out with a fantastic storyline and great characters. The remaster can be ambiguous at times, but overall proves a fantastic return with a few awesome ideas.Xenoblade Chronicles: Definitive Edition Review – Epic Adventure, Good Remaster!
Pokemon Sword Review – It's not very Effective!
game review25 November 2019
Pokemon Sword and Shield are extremely secure investments – we get what we got 23 years ago, but in a new graphic design. And although the series remains amusing and enchanting, you can't deny that rotten wood is gaping from underneath the colorful paint.Pokemon Sword Review – It's not very Effective!
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.The Witcher 3: The Wild Hunt Switch Review – The Art of Compromise
Fire Emblem: Three Houses Review – Decent Tactical Adventure
game review25 July 2019
The Fire Emblem series has been well-known to fans of excellent tactical games for years. With Nintendo Switch's hybrid consoles, the taste of well-designed tactical has a chance to appeal wider group of players.Fire Emblem: Three Houses Review – Decent Tactical Adventure