Game Reviews

Professional, detailed, and unbiased gaming reviews from the TNS Team!


Valorant Sunset Map Review – Mid Battle Bonanza

It’s been clear for some time that Riot Games is committed to a distinct philosophy with its Valorant map design.

Alex Gibson By Alex Gibson

Fort Solis Review: Thrilling But Short Adventure

A normal maintenance check at a Mars base sounds boring and monotonous. Fort Solis takes that premise and revs up the

Victor Tan By Victor Tan

Quake 2 Remastered Review: Not for the Faint of Heart

Quake 2 is undoubtedly a game that won the hearts of many when it was released in 1997 by id

Giovanna De Ita By Giovanna De Ita

Sea of Stars Review: The Rising of the Solstice Heroes

Of all the big games that launched this year, imagine my reaction when I found out an indie game surprised

Julio La Pine By Julio La Pine

The Texas Chain Saw Massacre Review: All Blood, No Substance

Movie-based video games are always a tricky prospect. Although each case is unique, they generally require a delicate balance between

Ryan Clouse By Ryan Clouse

Armored Core VI: Fires of Rubicon Review – Beautiful Destruction

Armored Core VI: Fires of Rubicon is not Elden Ring with robots. That's a weird disclaimer but a necessary one. As the first

Patrick Armstrong By Patrick Armstrong

Immortals of Aveum Review: You’re a Wizard Jak!

Seeing new IPs in a world full of sequels and remasters is always a breath of fresh air. Ascendant Studios is

Julio La Pine By Julio La Pine

Everspace 2: Full Power to Loot and Shields

When imagining interstellar exploration, faster-than-light traversal and combat between spaceship armadas might come to mind. Everspace 2 delivers on those premises with

Victor Tan By Victor Tan

Blasphemous 2 Review: Thou Art In For a Beating

When we started playing Blasphemous 2, we thought we'd be in for more of the same things we saw in its

Julio La Pine By Julio La Pine

Atlas Fallen Review: Enjoyable Mediocrity

While almost every game strives to reach its potential to some extent, some inevitably fall short. Such titles turn into

Masoud Kazemi By Masoud Kazemi

Pikmin 4 Review: Pikmin Blooms Once Again

Since it has been over 10 years since the release of Pikmin 3, Pikmin 4 had a lot of catching

Ryan Clouse By Ryan Clouse

The Sims 4 Horse Ranch Review: Horsing Around

It's been quite some time since the last The Sims 4 expansion was released, and we've been patiently waiting for the next

Jordan Moyer By Jordan Moyer

Baldur’s Gate 3 Review in Progress: Rolling a Perfect 20

It's been a long journey for fans of Baldur's Gate 3. Since the game launched in Early Access in 2020,

Julio La Pine By Julio La Pine

Disney Illusion Island Review: Mickey’s Gang Is Back in Town

Back in the '90s, Sega launched a series of games with the Illusion title featuring none other than Mickey Mouse.

Julio La Pine By Julio La Pine

Remnant 2 Review: Double or Nothing

Before the original Remnant was released, I spoke about how nobody knew how to describe the game really. Dark Souls, Destiny, Division, every

David Rodriguez By David Rodriguez

Oxenfree 2: Lost Signals Review – Letting Go, Moving On

Any sequel to any well-received video game, like Oxenfree 2: Lost Signals, has a very important objective: to build upon

Alejandro Josan By Alejandro Josan

Jagged Alliance 3 Review: Once More Into The Fray

It was a rainy night, and our mercenaries were trapped in a village. The enemies closed in from every angle,

Julio La Pine By Julio La Pine

Dave the Diver Review: The Game That Keeps On Giving

Nowadays, a few games like Dave the Diver give you that sense of adventure and discovery. As soon as the

Julio La Pine By Julio La Pine

Final Fantasy 16 Review: Medieval Mayhem

Final Fantasy is a series of games that goes back decades, spanning many styles and genres. Final Fantasy 16 is the

David Rodriguez By David Rodriguez

F1 23 Review: The Sheer Joy of Formula 1

F1 23 is finally here, and diehard fans of Formula 1 and racing games, in general, can now hit the

Amir Naseri By Amir Naseri

Aliens: Dark Descent Review – A Terrifying New Adventure

Several movie franchises have games based on them. Some follow the story we saw on the big screen, while others

Julio La Pine By Julio La Pine

Dungeons of Hinterberg Announced at Xbox Games Showcase

A new Indie game from developer Microbird, Dungeons of Hinterberg has been revealed to launch in 2024 through an announcement

Evans Karanja By Evans Karanja

Blooming Business: Casino Review – Las Venas, Baby!

Playing Blooming Business: Casino made us think about how video game development tends to be a game of chance. Companies

Julio La Pine By Julio La Pine

Diablo IV Review – Reclaim the Throne

Not much needs to be said about the Diablo series at this point. The legendary hack-and-slash looting franchise has always

David Rodriguez By David Rodriguez

Street Fighter 6 Review – Something for Everyone

Street Fighter is a legendary series that once upon a time had the reputation of the most casual and widely

David Rodriguez By David Rodriguez