Reviews

As Dusk Falls Review – a gripping family/crime drama

Translating the choose-your-own-adventure format into a game has been a fascinating idea fraught with the risk of turning real choice into an illusion. Branching dialogue

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Syberia: The World Before Review – You Can Never Go Home Again

Some games have an uncanny ability to transport me to a different time. Not because they’re always brilliantly authored and have revolutionary game design, but

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Disco Elysium Analysis: Politics, Free Will and a Haunting Past

Video games have been historically written off when it comes to the quality of writing. Sure, having an interesting idea is one thing, but how

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Martha is Dead – gorgeous visuals a good game do not make

Martha is dead, and so is my capacity to game for a while. Now those are harsh words to start off my first review in

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Destiny 2’s Latest DLC is Awesome Fan-Service

Last year, early summer in Destiny 2’s Season of the Arrival, Bungie decided to delay their next expansion Beyond Light. However, the delay went from

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Witcher 3: War, Speciesism, and the Beauty of Long Form Storytelling

In the first semester of University, back when I was still a good two years away from being worried about landing an internship offer, I did

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Forza Horizon 5: A Ride of a Lifetime

I, like plenty of other gamers, grew up in the age where some of the titans of racing games were the Need For Speed Underground

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Visage Review – Pushing the Boundaries of Horror in Video Games

If there’s one thing that I’m skilled at – where I don’t have to give it a second’s thought before doing it – it is

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Super Monkey Ball Banana Mania – It’s Hard to Love

One fact that many people seem to not realize is that video games are not a zero sum game. Just because one game does one

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Life is Strange: True Colors Review – The Eternal Search for Belonging

One of the first things I did after getting control of Alex Chen was go through her phone (as it turns out, I’m not the

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DOOM 64 Review

It’s a good time to be a DOOM fan. Whether you’re enjoying the series’ most recent entry, Eternal, its two DLC expansions, the new Doom

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Resident Evil 7 Review: First-Person Survival Horror Delivers Unprecedented Comeback

Combining intense action with an atmosphere dripping with dread, Resident Evil 7 is a resurgence like never before. I have had mixed feelings about the

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Amnesia: Rebirth review – Pulse-Pounding Horror Sustains Its Legacy

Embark on a journey with plenty of scares that expands on the first game while introducing a brand-new chapter in the Amnesia franchise. Read on

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Solasta Crown of the Magister Review

Solasta Crown of the Magister was released in May 2021, and is Tactical Adventures debut game. It is an affectionate and fantastic game based on

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Death Stranding, or (The Unexpected Virtue of Patience)

Grab the popcorn and get ready for the walk of a lifetime. I will be honest – I actually completed the main story a week

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Wildermyth Review: Tradition Meets the New Generation of Creators

Wildermyth gives you control of a party of heroes as they fight against dangerous enemy factions. Instead of taking control of one protagonist, you see

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New Games in Early Access to be Excited About

A Boon to Developers New video games are fantastic. Explore new worlds, or revisit old ones in a fit of nostalgia and upgraded graphics. Meet

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Assassin’s Creed Syndicate: The One with Identity Crisis

London, 1868. From the bridges spanning the Thames to the gardens surrounding Buckingham Palace, the city is already under well-established Templar control; unsurprisingly, twin Assassins

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Risk of Rain 2: A Happy & Action-Packed 2 Years

  Risk of Rain 2 celebrates its two-year anniversary. What is Risk of Rain 2, and is it worth jumping into now? What is Risk

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Kentucky Route Zero: A Master-class in Subversive Video Games

During my journey as a gamer, I have come across a variety of games. Some pride themselves on their straightforward stories, some are slow to

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