Reviews

Game Builder Garage reviewed by Seth Macy on Nintendo Switch. I don’t think I’ve ever enjoyed learning as much as I did during my time with Game Builder Garage. Game Builder Garage is a powerful game design tool overflowing with charm and personality. Anyone with a little patience and desire to learn can start creating
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Griftlands reviewed by Travis Northup on PC and Xbox. Also available on PlayStation and Nintendo Switch. “This ingenious blend of RPG mechanics, visual novel-style storytelling, and deck-building roguelike gameplay is a beautiful recipe for a kind of game I never knew I wanted.  Even though I’ve already spent the past week getting through each of
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Guilty Gear Strive is a milestone 2D fighting game with stellar netcode, stunning visuals, an electric soundtrack, and both a roster and fighting system that bursts with creativity. Reviewed by Mitchell Saltzman on PlayStation 5. Also available on PC and PlayStation 4 #IGN #Gaming
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Reviewed by Luke Reilly on PlayStation 5. Also available on PlayStation 4 and PC. “Operation: Tango is a clever and appealing take on a co-op spy experience. It’s short and not all that replayable, and some of the puzzles are annoyingly silly when compared to its best challenges and conundrums, but it’s still well worth
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Warhammer Age of Sigmar: Storm Ground reviewed by Jon Bolding on PC. Warhammer Age of Sigmar: Storm Ground is a disappointingly mediocre tactical game. The bits of quality game design and pretty graphics that make up the core of it are overwhelmingly obscured by a frustrating single-player and multiplayer grind, then layered over by a
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IGN’s Jonathon Dornbush reviews Ratchet and Clank: Rift Apart, the latest PlayStation first-party exclusive and the first entry in the series on the PS5. Watch for a spoiler-free breakdown of the story, gameplay, and ways in which Rift Apart takes advantage of the PS5’s power for a delightful adventure. #IGN #Gaming #RatchetAndClank
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Necromunda: Hired Gun reviewed by Travis Northup on PC. Also available on Xbox and PlayStation. “Necromunda: Hired Gun has an iconic setting, lots of gore, and great mobility and gunplay, but it keeps giving you reasons to not play it. Whether it’s the technical issues, the hopelessly dim AI, or a story that’s as bland
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Wonder Boy: Asha in Monster World reviewed by Alex Santa Maria on Nintendo Switch. Also available on PlayStation 4. “Despite a few bright spots, it’s hard to recommend Wonder Boy: Asha in Monster World to anyone who’s not already invested in some way in this old-school platformer series. This is an authentic remake to be
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Knockout City reviewed by Jarrett Green on PlayStation 5. Narrated by Casey Defrietas. Also available on PS4, Xbox, PC, and Switch. “Knockout City is one of the best team-based PvP games to come out in years. It’s a fresh take on the American schoolyard staple that proves that lowering the mechanical bar for entry doesn’t
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Reviewed by Jonathan Bolding on PC. “With the same stellar visual design as the main game, Iron Harvest: Operation Eagle is a welcome addition to the dieselpunk RTS. The new Usonia faction looks fantastic and is fun to play, even if the marquee feature of airships is a bit lackluster in action. Its story campaign
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Reviewed by Luke Reilly on Xbox One X. Also available on PlayStation 4 and PC. “With excellent enemy creature design, a rich and diverse world, and piles and piles of choice when it comes to combat and customisation, Biomutant has a lot of the building blocks of a top-drawer action RPG. It’s really missing only
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Reviewed by Luke Reilly on Xbox One X. Also available on PlayStation 4 and PC. “With excellent enemy creature design, a rich and diverse world, and piles and piles of choice when it comes to combat and customisation, Biomutant has a lot of the building blocks of a top-drawer action RPG. It’s really missing only
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Reviewed by Tristan Ogilvie on PlayStation 5. Also available on PlayStation 4, Xbox, PC, and Stadia. “Roaming the streets of Resident Evil Village is like visiting a disturbing and deadly Disneyland, where every attraction is a house of horrors. I got just as big a thrill out of revelling in its frenzied violence as I
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Returnal’s runs are too long for their own good, but the moment-to-moment action is phenomenal in this surprisingly lengthy and deep third-person shooter roguelike from Housemarque. Returnal reviewed by Mitchell Saltzman on PlayStation 5.
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NieR Replicant Ver. 1.22474487139 reviewed by Mitchell Saltzman on PlayStation 5. Also available on PlayStation 4, Xbox, and PC. NieR Replicant is an action RPG with obvious flaws involving outdated quest design and repetitive combat, but those flaws are easily forgiven in light of its incredible characters, along with its unconventional and emotionally resonant story.
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Reviewed by Luke Reilly on Xbox Series X. Also available on Xbox One, PlayStation 4/5, PC, Switch, and Stadia. “A new tutorial system makes MotoGP 21 a good year for new riders to jump aboard this long-running motorcycle racing sim, though its other additions are slim enough that returning players will probably feel let down.
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Our final review of Outriders, the co-op RPG/shooter developed by People Can Fly and published by Square Enix. Reviewed by Jon Ryan on PS5, also available on PS4, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, PC, and Stadia. ————– After lots of Outriders gameplay – we’ve got plenty of Outriders tips – here’s an update to our
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Doom 3: VR Edition reviewed by Gabriel Moss on PSVR using a PlayStation 4 Pro. A PSVR version of a classic as highly esteemed as id Software’s Doom 3 sounds great in concept, especially compared to the faster pace of the recent Doom (2016) and Doom Eternal reboots, but this port is hurt by its
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