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Review: The Pathless is a triumphant open world meditation
Platforms: PS4 (reviewed), PS5, PC There’s an indelible beauty present in The Pathless . I’m not talking about the game’s art direction, sound design...
Review: Ghostrunner offers mostly smooth and exciting action
Platforms: PS4 (reviewed), Xbox One, Switch, PC There are some games out there that give you all the tools to live out a crazy power fantasy. You...
Preview: Apex Legends Season 7 brings new map, legend, vehicle, and clans
Big updates are coming to Apex Legends with the upcoming launch of season 7. If you’re a fan of the game, you have a lot to look forward to. This...
Review: Disc Room is fun but kind of shallow
Platforms: Switch (reviewed), PC You kind of have to appreciate a game that goes for hyper-simplicity. Plenty of games are able to succeed by doing a...
Spookytacular 2020: 10 of the best horror games of all time
Horror in games has evolved massively throughout the decades. What was once considered scary — Friday the 13th on NES — is tame by today’s standards...
Review: Orangeblood is a great mix of EarthBound and hip hop
Platforms: Switch (reviewed), PS4, Xbox One, PC When it comes to retro-inspired turn-based RPGs, you often get games that emulate the look and feel...
Review: Cloudpunk is a winsome joyride through a neon future
Platforms: PS4 (reviewed), Xbox One, Switch, PC As someone who’s done a bit of local food delivery in the past, I have to say, none of my deliveries...
Spookytacular 2020: 10 Spooky-Not-Scary Games to Play This Halloween Season
Horror encompasses a wide spectrum of game types. From the deranged, psychological Outlast to the more action-focused Resident Evil 3 Remake ...
Spookytacular 2020: Five more horror icons we want in Dead by Daylight
When it launched four years ago, Dead by Daylight included a lot of original killers, with some of them loosely based on slasher movie villains...
Review: 9 Monkeys of Shaolin is a nice callback to old school martial arts films
Platforms: PS4 (reviewed), Xbox One, Switch, PC There have been some awesome beat ‘em ups over the past few years. In 2020 alone, we’ve gotten...