• Ashwalkers

    Review: Ashwalkers: A Survival Story

    Ashwalkers: A Survival Story is an experience worth the price of admission and the time you're going to put into it. This is all based on what it does best. Simply put, it excels at telling you a story that is based on your personality and choices. Through 34...
  • Rainbow Six Siege

    Ubisoft Enlists Aim Lab as Performance Partner for Rainbow Six Siege

    While some professional esports mainstays are currently arguing about the value of real-time analytical data for their players, Ubisoft has been quietly partnering up with Aim Lab to continue providing Rainbow Six Siege players with every opportunity to grow and develop in the community, challenger and pro scene. Since 2018, Aim Lab –...
  • Don't Give Up

    Review: Don’t Give Up: A Cynical Tale

    This game is a fantastic story of overcoming heartbreak and its resulting awkwardness, anxiety, depression and thoughts of suicide. It achieves narrative success through humour as well as a side story about escapism through a hero complex. Yet, there are a few troubling technical aspects that hold it back...
  • Voidigo

    First Impressions: Voidigo

    At the end of semiwork's promotional video, the tagline is, "One last try, again and again," which should work for every great roguelike title. This genre predicates itself on killing a player again and again but keeping them coming back for more. Voidigo follows this thought faithfully. You're going to...
  • Review: Calico

    When you are making a slice-of-life simulator, your greatest worry should be that you've provided enough of an alluring experience to keep players coming back to your game day after day. The need for a reason to boot Calico up once or twice a day just currently isn't there for...
  • Review: Skater XL

    The point is that while Skater XL hasn't come very far from its early access days, it's a blank canvas that is almost surely going to become a sandbox for PC gamers to shape in their own interests and enjoy. ...
  • Review: Fly Punch Boom

    There’s one thing I’m looking forward to these days: A return to couch co-op parties. It may not be anytime soon that we’re allowed to get the buddies, and the brews again and play some fighters again, but when we can, you bet that I’m going to be playing...
  • Review: Signs of the Sojourner

    Signs of the Sojourner is a game that excels at telling a story about following in another's footsteps while carrying their weight. At times, like COVID, it can feel too heavy to bear. It's a smart, snappy card game that could benefit from a bit more polish....
  • Review: Nova Drift

    Nova Drift is Jeffrey Nielson’s neon-tinged daydream as to what the genre of asteroid shooters can be in the enlightened age of opportunity. If you were to ask me what I feel defines the asteroid shooter genre — please, don’t all ask at once! I would tell you that...
  • Gears Tactics Is Shaping Up To Be An Exciting Spin-off

    The world of Xbox Game Studios’ beloved Gears franchise has grown phenomenally since the release of  Gears 5 back in September of last year. But before that, back in late August of 2019, fans were shocked and surprised when a mobile spinoff based on the boxy Funko POP! It...