Capcom Fighting Collection Review

Jun 22, 2022Comments off

It’s hard to find a publisher more synonymous with fighting games than Capcom. From dominating arcades to taking over our home consoles with Street Fighter

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Shredder̵...

Jun 16, 2022Comments off

Growing up as a child of the 90s, whenever I stepped into an arcade, I’d always do a walk around to see what they had

The Quarry Review

Jun 09, 2022Comments off

Like many of developer Supermassive’s previous games, The Quarry is clearly made both by and for people who love horror movies. From the start, it

Hardspace: Shipbreaker Review

Jun 04, 2022Comments off

It’s one thing to blow up a spaceship; it’s another to dismantle it piece by piece, systematically reducing it from a hulking barge to a

Kao the Kangaroo Review

May 27, 2022Comments off

Kao the Kangaroo reminded me why I fell in love with 3D platformers back in the N64 days. While I missed the Dreamcast console-exclusive original

Sniper Elite 5 Review

May 25, 2022Comments off

In news that will make any Nazi with a nutsack feel nervous, the serial scrotum-sniping soldier, Karl Fairburne, is back on the hunt. Sniper Elite

Evil Dead: The Game Review

May 20, 2022Comments off

As far as the movies go, The Evil Dead series has a track record of being way better than it has any right to be,

Chip ‘n Dale: Rescue Rangers Review

May 18, 2022Comments off

Chip ‘n Dale: Rescue Rangers premieres Friday, May 20 on Disney+. An animated pop-culture extravaganza, Chip ‘n Dale: Rescue Rangers is a fast and funny

Vampire: The Masquerade – Swansong Review

May 18, 2022Comments off

Imagine compacting the gothic open world of 2004’s Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodlines into an RPG that is far slower and more deliberate in its

PS5 VRR Update – Performance Review

May 14, 2022Comments off

Variable Rate Refresh has been one of the most requested features on the PlayStation 5 since it launched nearly two years ago. Sony has now