Reviews

Apex Legends Mobile showcases Respawn’s skill in creating unique and polished FPS experiences even on a mobile platform. While the controls are a bit lacking, Apex Mobile sets the bar for mobile FPS games with its ability to keep Apex’s iconic movement mechanics and core unique battle royale experience intact. Here is our review of
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Kao the Kangaroo reviewed by Henry Stockdale on PC, also available on PlayStation, Xbox, and Switch. Kao the Kangaroo is a nostalgic 3D platformer that makes no secret of its inspirations. It doesn’t try too hard to be gimmicky, packing a colourful aesthetic and light-hearted humor to carry it through the parts where it feels
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Arma Reforger Early Access reviewed by Luke Winkie on PC. Also available on Xbox. Narration by Mark Medina. Arma Reforger is a promising evolution of the Arma formula, and it and the eventual Arma 4 have a chance to be special. On a massive island map, powered by the gorgeous Enfusion Engine, you’ll have the
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Reviewed by Tristan Ogilvie on Xbox Series X. Also available on Xbox, PlayStation, and PC. “Despite its numerous tweaks Sniper Elite 5 ultimately feels like more of an incremental upgrade than a major revolution, keeping it a half-pace ahead of Sniper Elite 4 rather than taking a big goose-step forward for the series. With a
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King Arthur: Knight’s Tale reviewed by Jon Bolding on PC. King Arthur: Knight’s Tale takes the classic ideas of the legend and remixes them into a familiar form. It’s ambitious and lengthy with detailed tactical mechanics that emphasize smart positioning and facing in order for your small squad of heavily armored knights to overcome many
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Evil Dead: The Game Reviewed on Xbox Series X by Travis Northup. Also available on Xbox One, PlayStation, and PC. Evil Dead: The Game is an awesome asymmetric multiplayer game that, like its source material, is far better than it has any right to be given its frustrating lack of polish and being somewhat light
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Vampire: The Masquerade – Swansong reviewed by Gabriel Moss on PC. Also available on Xbox, PlayStation, and Nintendo Switch. Narration by Ryan McCaffrey. Vampire: The Masquerade – Swansong constantly threatens to be a competent detective RPG, and it might’ve succeeded if not for the fact that it tirelessly gets in its own way. Its premise
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Achilles Legends Untold Early Access reviewed on PC by Jarrett Green. Narration by Kerry Palmer. There’s no reason that, in a good amount of time, Achilles: Legends Untold couldn’t turn into an action-adventure game of mythological proportions. The fundamentals are all in place, including a decent idea for a story. But all you get when
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Eiyuden Chronicle: Rising reviewed on PC by Henry Stockdale. Narrated by Daemon Hatfield. Also available on Xbox, PlayStation, and Nintendo Switch. Eiyuden Chronicle: Rising does exactly what any good companion game should do. Not only does this RPG set the stage nicely for the upcoming Eiyuden Chronicle: Hundred Heroes, it’s an enjoyable adventure that stands
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If you’ve got a like minded friend who loves puzzles and escape rooms as much as you do, We Were Here Forever is a very special game with a 12 hour co-op campaign full of some of the most clever puzzles around. We Were Here Forever review by Mitchell Saltzman. Reviewed on PC. #IGN #Gaming
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Salt and Sacrifice is an ambitious sequel that attempts to integrate Monster Hunter mechanics into an already crowded Metroidvania/Soulslike mix, but the strength of its core combat, customization, and refreshing co-op still make it worth checking out. Salt and Sacrifice review by Mitchell Saltzman on PC. Also available on PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5. #IGN
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Warhammer 40K: Chaos Gate – Daemonhunters Reviewed on PC by Leana Hafer. Most of the time I spent with Warhammer 40,000: Chaos Gate: Daemonhunters, I was having a literal blast plotting how to turn the tide of a seemingly impossible battle with my trusty squad of veteran, psychic space paladins by chaining together just the
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Trek to Yomi reviewed by Travis Northup on PC, also available on Xbox and PlayStation. Trek to Yomi is a brief but captivating journey that’s like playing through a monochromatic Japanese movie, and that excellent presentation is enough to carry it even though it falls short in most other respects, including combat that is one-note
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Galactic Civilizations 4 reviewed on PC by Kris Cornelisse. After completing a few campaigns I’m left struggling to find reasons to come back to Galactic Civilizations IV. What few new ideas it brings to the space 4X genre prove to be poorly implemented and ultimately uninteresting, with promising features like Sectors and Galactic Challenges missing
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Nintendo Switch Sports was reviewed on Nintendo Switch by Colin Stevens. Nintendo Switch Sports, like Wii Sports and Wii Sports Resort before it, is best played as a party game, broken out for any gathering that needs a quick injection of goofy, active fun. While its sparse mixture of old and new sports varies in
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Rogue Legacy 2 feels like a reimagined version of the 2013 original with the benefit of more time, money, and hindsight of how the roguelite genre has evolved over the years. Rogue Legacy 2 review by Mitchell Saltzman, played on PC. Also available on Xbox platforms. #IGN #Gaming
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Cities: VR reviewed on Meta Quest 2 by Henry Stockdale. Cities: VR does a fine job adapting the management of Cities: Skylines for virtual reality, but the deep compromises made in both graphics and mechanics mean that Fast Travel’s adaptation has room for improvement. That said, what we’ve got is a competent city-builder, one that’s
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The Stanley Parable Ultra Deluxe reviewed by Tom Marks on PC. Also available on PlayStation, Xbox, and Nintendo Switch. The Stanley Parable’s base game truly holds up almost a decade later, both in its hilarious narrated writing and the clever satire that houses it. Ultra Deluxe may seem like little more than a decent lighting
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