REVIEW: No More Heroes 3

No More Heroes 3 is a new game that plays like an old game in the best ways. It’s personally challenging for me to think about how the original No…

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REVIEW: Guilty Gear Strive

Guilty Gear Strive is the most fun I’ve had with a fighting game in quite some time. Arc System Works’ latest high-speed, anime-inspired, 1-on-1 2D fighting game is easily one…

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REVIEW: Lifeslide

Dreamteck’s Lifeslide is small in scope, but what it lacks in variety it makes up for with breathtaking vistas and a razor-sharp set of mechanics that accomplish that kept me…


REVIEW: Monster Hunter Rise

As the latest Monster Hunter game in an ever-expanding franchise, Monster Hunter Rise doesn’t attempt to reinvent the wheel—but rather expand upon the series’ successes and further sand down the…

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ALPHA REVIEW: Back 4 Blood

In all honesty, I wasn’t too impressed by the Back 4 Blood alpha. In its current state, it just doesn’t feel different enough to warrant playing over Left 4 Dead…


REVIEW: El Hijo, A Wild West Tale

El Hijo is an adorable little stealth puzzler that hits its target at every turn but does little to carve out its own space in the genre. While its individual…

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REVIEW: Psycho Wolf

Within five minutes of picking up Psycho Wolf, I was overcome with an overwhelming sense of ennui. I pondered over how everything I was and everything I will be was…

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REVIEW: Clouds of Rain

Clouds of Rain is as monotonous as it is uninspired. Its mechanics are unimpressive, and its storytelling dull. It is agonizingly by the book, hitting every single story and gameplay…