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Review: Gods Will Fall is fun, challenging, and a bit clunky
Platforms: PlayStation 4 (reviewed), Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, Switch, PC, Stadia If there’s one thing worth praising Gods Will Fall for, it’s the...
Review: Olija engages with solid combat and strong atmosphere
Platforms: Switch (reviewed), PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC There’s something appealing about a condensed experience that’s able to captivate you, keep...
Review: Super Meat Boy Forever is a fun runner game that misses the mark just a bit
Platforms: Switch (reviewed), PC Super Meat Boy and Runner2: Future Legend of Rhythm Alien are two of my favorite games. You’d think Super Meat Boy...
Super Mario World 30 Years Later: Celebrating a Flawed Classic
It was in 1990 that people first got to play Super Mario World on the Super Nintendo Entertainment System. Released in November of that year in Japan...
The Most Underrated Games of 2020
It happens every year. There are so many game releases that we just can’t keep up with all of them. It’s a shame, because a lot of times, some truly...
The 2020 Indie Game of the Year
There’s no getting around it: As far as indie game releases go, 2020 was absolutely wild. There were just so many phenomenal games released this year...
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...