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Cyberpunk 2077: Phantom Liberty Review – Glorious Redemption

With the release of Phantom Liberty and Update 2.0, CD Projekt Red has finally transformed Cyberpunk 2077 into the gritty

Patrick Armstrong By Patrick Armstrong

A Haunting in Venice Review: A Tight Mystery Embroiled in Atmospheric Horror

Toying with a film’s genre in the middle of an established series is a bold move, but with A Haunting

Tristyn Akbas By Tristyn Akbas

Lies of P Review: Once Upon a Soulslike

Upon seeing the first trailers for Lies of P, many people quickly compared it to Bloodborne. Although this title takes a lot of

Julio La Pine By Julio La Pine

Starfield Review: Space in Captivity

Where to begin? Starfield is a game of immense scale, billed by Bethesda in the build-up to its launch as

David Rodriguez By David Rodriguez

The Nun II Review: Valak’s Back, If You Want Her

An angry demon nun, a boarding school for girls, and a final girl with faith as plot armor await you

Tristyn Akbas By Tristyn Akbas

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

The Equalizer 3 Review: Denzel Washington Shines In Beautifully Horrific Send-Off

Going into the newest entry of The Equalizer franchise, you probably expected Denzel Washington's Robert McCall to be a weathered

Tristyn Akbas By Tristyn Akbas

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

Strays Review: A Ridiculous and Ruff Ride

Who could believe that a movie where realistic-looking dogs talking about poop and sex would be weird? The new Strays

Tristyn Akbas By Tristyn Akbas

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

Blue Beetle Review: A Refreshingly Solid Superhero Origin Story

After a messy decade for DC's live-action film efforts, it's time to go back to basics. Blue Beetle is a much-needed

Joshua McCoy By Joshua McCoy

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

The Last Voyage of the Demeter Review: Dracula’s Back and Scarier Than Ever

On the open sea, nobody can hear you scream, well… nobody except for your crewmates. The Last Voyage of the

Tristyn Akbas By Tristyn Akbas

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

Gran Turismo Review: A Surprisingly Authentic Adaptation

At first glance, it might have seemed odd for Sony to adapt the Gran Turismo simulation racing PlayStation franchise ahead

Tristyn Akbas By Tristyn Akbas

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

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

Oppenheimer Review: There’s No Walking Away From This One

Christopher Nolan has followed up his sci-fi time travel movie Tenet with a grounded biopic of the man who led the

Tristyn Akbas By Tristyn Akbas

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