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Sniper Elite 5 Review: Sharp Shooter

Sniper Elite 5 Review: Sharp Shooter

game review25 May 2022

Sniper Elite 5 takes Karl Fairburne to the French countryside to thwart some Nazi plans once more. Gameplay improvements and new features make this installment feel familiar but still just as fun.

Sniper Elite 5 Review: Sharp Shooter
Evil Dead The Game Review: Mostly Groovy

Evil Dead The Game Review: Mostly Groovy

game review16 May 2022

For many of us Evil Dead holds a special place in our hearts - how about Evil Dead The Game? The bloody masterpiece that is Evil Dead 2: Dead by Dawn is a right of passage for most teenage sleepovers and remains a landmark of horror history.

Evil Dead The Game Review: Mostly Groovy
Trek to Yomi Review: A Trek Worth Taking

Trek to Yomi Review: A Trek Worth Taking

game review06 May 2022

A beautiful and immersive journey, Trek to Yomi is a game that Akira Kurosawa would have made. Read our review.

Trek to Yomi Review: A Trek Worth Taking
Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands Review: Slice and Dice

Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands Review: Slice and Dice

game review01 April 2022

It’s amazing that a DLC was the inspiration for Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands. But is a fantasy twist to the Borderlands formula what the series needs to shake things up or are you just getting more of the same?

Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands Review: Slice and Dice
GTA 5 PS5 Review: Great, But Getting Old

GTA 5 PS5 Review: Great, But Getting Old

game review22 March 2022

How many times has GTA 5 been re-released already? Probably too many times to count, and so you have to ask yourself: is this next-gen version of Rockstar’s open-world masterpiece really worth the upgrade?

GTA 5 PS5 Review: Great, But Getting Old
Shadow Warrior 3 Review: Wang-Boom-Bang!

Shadow Warrior 3 Review: Wang-Boom-Bang!

game review28 February 2022

Shadow Warrior 3 review is here. Is SW3 good enough to justify its price and convince the players to choose it over the very similar Doom Eternal?

Shadow Warrior 3 Review: Wang-Boom-Bang!
Dying Light 2 Review: A Glow in the Dark

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
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
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!
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
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
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
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
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
Song of Iron Review: An Axe in Need of Polish

Song of Iron Review: An Axe in Need of Polish

game review02 September 2021

Song of Iron is the result of one solo developer’s hard work and determination to turn his ideas into a video game. This is Joe Winter’s first solo project and it is truly a labor of love.

Song of Iron Review: An Axe in Need of Polish
Death’s Door Review: A Game Worth Dying For

Death’s Door Review: A Game Worth Dying For

game review20 July 2021

Doing a lot of things right, Death’s Door features a beautiful world and level design that rivals that of any Zelda game you’ve played. Plus you get to play as a little crow that wields a sword. What’s not to love?

Death’s Door Review: A Game Worth Dying For
Resident Evil Village Review - A Village Worth Visiting

Resident Evil Village Review - A Village Worth Visiting

game review05 May 2021

Are you brave enough to discover what lies waiting beyond the village? The frights and chills are so worth it, as the next entry in the famed series puts together satisfying mechanics and enthralling, scary story.

Resident Evil Village Review - A Village Worth Visiting
Gods Will Fall Review - A Gripping, Unique Dungeon Crawler!

Gods Will Fall Review - A Gripping, Unique Dungeon Crawler!

game review29 January 2021

This debut original project from British team Clever Beams brings fresh solutions to a tried formula, and definitely comes out on top. Gods Will Fall is a pretty, engrossing, and truly challenging dungeon crawler.

Gods Will Fall Review - A Gripping, Unique Dungeon Crawler!