Games

Pokemon Sword & Shield Review – Wild Things

With each new Pokemon game comes a new set of Pokemon, mechanics, and a region to discover, and Sword and Shield are no exception. The vibrant Galar region is a consistent delight to explore, incentivizing and rewarding collecting and battling in equal measure, and grandiose battles add an exciting dimension […]

Pokemon Sword & Shield Review – Go Big Or Go Home

With each new Pokemon game comes a new set of Pokemon, mechanics, and a region to discover, and Sword and Shield are no exception. The vibrant Galar region is a consistent delight to explore, incentivizing and rewarding collecting and battling in equal measure, and grandiose battles add an exciting dimension […]

Death Stranding Review – Postal Service

America is broken, and it’s up to you to put it back together again. It’s a tall order. A lot of people believe in it, but you’re not sure you do. It’ll take a lot of lonely, dangerous walks and exceptionally heavy lifting, and it’s not really clear what America […]

Afterparty Review – Drink, Die, Repeat

Afterparty‘s version of hell is less fire and brimstone and more cocktails and ennui. Sure, its human inhabitants are still damned for eternity and demons still flagellate them for their sins, but that’s just the nine-to-five. To escape the drudgery of everlasting torment, demons and humans alike flock to bars […]

Luigi’s Mansion 3 Review – Mario Is Missing

Luigi’s Mansion may directly trace its lineage to the Super Mario franchise, but the series is in many ways its complete antithesis. Whereas Mario’s adventures whisk players through vibrant worlds laden with pits, lava pools, and other platforming challenges to overcome, Luigi’s have been decidedly more methodical, trading the colorful […]

Death Stranding Review – Beast Of Burden

America is broken, and it’s up to you to put it back together again. It’s a tall order. A lot of people believe in it, but you’re not sure you do. It’ll take a lot of lonely, dangerous walks and exceptionally heavy lifting, and it’s not really clear what America […]

MediEvil Review – Bones ‘n Brawn

As a remaster of the 1998 puzzle-platformer of the same name, MediEvil holds up reasonably well. Its cartoonishly charming characters and varied, if relatively simplistic, level design both stands the test of time and looks better than ever thanks to a complete graphical overhaul. But as much as MediEvil can […]

Call Of Duty Mobile Review – Boots On The Go

Translating the speed and precision of Call of Duty’s multiplayer to a touch screen sounds like a no-brainer. You want the same high-octane action on the go, and now that most phones support Bluetooth controllers, the issue of virtual buttons and joysticks bogging down the experience is a moot point. […]

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