Star Wars: Republic Commando Review
Fans received many Star Wars prequel trilogy spin-offs in the early 2000s. They were of various quality. Knights of the Old Republic was a landmark in Star Wars and expanded universe quality, but most of the spin-offs focusing on the new movies disappointed. Star Wars: Republic Commando is a notable exception to the rule.
Disco Elysium: The Final Cut Review
Disco Elysium's Final Cut starts in the same way it did its original release in late 2019, in complete darkness with the voice of your Reptilian Brain, and the Limbic System encouraging to remain in the dark. You wake up, a naked and hungover cop who has forgotten your name. This is your introduction into Disco Elysium. It doesn't matter if this is your first time to the war-ravaged town of Revachol or the district of Martinaise. It's cerebral, opaque, and captivating. It's Disco Elysium with a bow.
Lost Words: Beyond the Page Review
A diary allows you to keep track of all the things you want to remember. It is a place you can share your thoughts and feelings, a place you don't need to hide anything and where you can be you. It can feel intrusive and invasive to read someone else's journal, but Lost Words Beyond the Page allows you to access the thoughts of someone who is going through one of the most difficult moments in life: the loss of a loved.
Genesis Noir Review
I have taken more screen caps of Genesis Noir than any other game on my Nintendo Switch. Genesis Noir's opening moments to its final sections are visually stunning. You can see everything from New York City to the edge, from a snowy forest, to a fleet spaceships, all the while keeping your eyes peeled.
Evil Genius 2 Review
Video games are not as popular as superheroes and villains, although they have been dominating pop culture for many years. Rebellion's Evil Genius franchise, which has been around for 17 years, makes a welcome comeback to fill that void. Who would have thought that supervillains could come to their rescue?
Resident Evil Village Review
Resident Evil's bioweapons change constantly in the world. Some fans want Resident Evil to stay true to its roots, while others want Resident Evil to grow beyond the current entry. It is strange that a new installment falls right in the middle.
Subnautica: Below Zero Review
Despite only being able to explore about 20% of the ocean, it is one of the most fascinating places on Earth. There are many things to learn about Earth's past and about the creatures that once lived here. Developers Unknown Worlds Entertainment have set out to capture that same sense of mystery and discovery of the ocean in their follow up to the 2018 indie hit Subnautica with the standalone expansion Subnautica: Below Zero.
The Invisible Hand Review
Money is what makes the world turn. Transactions that require the exchange of thousands, millions, or hundreds of millions of dollars can lead to tensions. Power Struggle Games' The Invisible Hand shows how high tensions can run when you treat cash as trash in your new high-paying job.
Total War: Rome Remastered Review
Remasters and remakes are a great way to bring new life to old games that everyone can enjoy. Creative Assembly has teamed up with Feral Interactive, their long-time partner, to give Rome Total War, a classic Total War franchise, a second chance. Is Total War: Rome Remastered faithful to the original? If so, can it bring it to modern systems?
For Honor Review
Yesterday was the day I got to release one of my most awaited games of 2017, For Honor. Since E3 2015 was my first exposure, I've been following the game closely for several years and waiting to finally get my teeth into it. I feel somewhat content now that I have it.
Horizon Zero Dawn Review
My first impressions were sent for publication last week I was certain that my 20-hours with them would be worth it. Horizon Zero Dawn It had made significant progress on its main story and I was able to finish it in just a few days. After a few endurance runs, and about 30 hours later I was finally able to put down the controller to see the credits roll. I had time to think about the sequence, which was quite long. This is normally where I would look at my notes and jot down more information, then get up to stretch. Instead, I sat down with my hands folded in front. And I pondered.