#reviews

The Elder Scrolls Online: Blackwood Review

Jun 10, 2021Comments off

Returning to the marshes and swamps surrounding the idyllic city of Leyawiin feels like a portal to a completely different time period of The Elder

Chicory: A Colorful Tale Review

Jun 10, 2021Comments off

While many games generally have something at least somewhat meaningful to say about the world we live in (advertently or no), I often find myself

Operation: Tango Review

Jun 08, 2021Comments off

Communication is key, and that’s true whether you’re in a relationship or guiding someone through defusing a bomb that’s about to send the world back

Warhammer Age of Sigmar: Storm Ground Revie...

Jun 08, 2021Comments off

Warhammer Age of Sigmar: Storm Ground is the definition of a game that needed more time in development. Saying that it “needs polish,” though, feels

Guilty Gear Strive Review

Jun 07, 2021Comments off

Guilty Gear is arguably one of the most underappreciated fighting game series out there. I know this because I’ve been guilty of underappreciating it myself. 

Wonder Boy: Asha in Monster World Review

Jun 03, 2021Comments off

There was a time not too long ago where some games never left Japan. It didn’t matter if they were the next entry in a

Necromunda: Hired Gun Review

Jun 02, 2021Comments off

Necromunda is the kind of game that makes me appreciate when developers are given the time they need to really polish a game to a

Knockout City Review

Jun 02, 2021Comments off

Knockout City isn’t the dodgeball from your childhood. It’s an intense team-based multiplayer take on the grade school sport that combines simple, easy to pick

Iron Harvest: Operation Eagle Review

May 28, 2021Comments off

Iron Harvest’s single-player campaign was a surprise hit for me, one that I didn’t expect to be as good as it was. That focus is

Amazon’s Solos: Season 1 Review

May 26, 2021Comments off

All seven episodes of Solos are currently available to stream on Amazon Prime Video. [poilib element=”accentDivider”] Watching Solos, the seven-part anthology from creator David Weil,