• Review: Biped

    For my review of Chinese game developer NExT’s Biped, I am going to be honest about my time spent playing this game. In my time spent with the game, I only managed to get through four of the eight levels. As I finish my review, I’ve run into a...
  • Review: Resident Evil 3

    Resident Evil 3 is and always will be a divisive game in the series but the latest remake is excellent. Events are remixed, the zombies are better and Nemesis is as scary as ever. If you liked Resident Evil 2, then this is more of that but better....
  • Review: Doom Eternal

    Doom Eternal is the ultimate power fantasy that begs you to rip and tear demons. Everything that was good about Doom 2016 has been improved upon and the new mechanics are some the best yet. With excellent pacing and the perfect campaign length, what are you waiting for to...
  • Review: Nioh 2

    Nioh 2 pushes the series forward and offers an exciting adventure through a mystical version of Japan. With excellent additions to the combat system like the counter burst and Yokai powers, Nioh 2 is a rewarding game for those who can weather the challenge in front of them. ...
  • Review: Persona 5 Royal

    Persona 5 Royal is the definitive experience and offers enough content to bring back returning players to the world of the Phantom Thieves. If you missed out the first time, you have no reason to miss out now that Atlus has upgraded almost all aspects of the game. This...
  • Review: Animal Crossing: New Horizons

    Animal Crossing: New Horizons is an excellent game that offers a wealth of things to do on your own time. Whether you want to catch bugs, go fishing, craft an assortment of DIY products, the gameplay loops are addicting. Building the perfect island getaway starts off slow but then...
  • Review: The Division 2: Warlords of New York

    Upfront The Divison 2 Warlords of New York is at home as being one of the best parts of the body of the modern work of Ubisoft. That sentence is written in the way I imagine fancy New York business-types would discuss the game over a fancy lunch at...
  • Review: Ori and the Will of the Wisps

    Ori and the Will of the Wisps elevates the franchise to exciting highs and delivers one of the most complete, beautiful sequels in ages. Technical issues aside, Ori and the Will of the Wisps is already a contender for Game of the Year and Xbox's most prestigious exclusive....
  • Review: Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Rescue Team DX

    Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Rescue Team DX is an updated take on the roguelite genre. As it is, it's a decent remake but one that wasn't necessary, and while the new graphics are good, the gameplay is still lacking. If you've never played the Mystery Dungeon series, this is a...
  • Review: Bloodroots

    Bloodroots is the first outing for Montreal-based Paper Cult and what an astounding title the little indie studio has created. Full of mayhem, this revenge tale is bound to keep you invested right until the very end!...