Category: Video Game Review
What can a whole decade in development do for a Final Fantasy game? Let’s find out!
Cyberlore Studios sends Classic Battletech out with a bang.
The seventh generation of Pokémon has arrived in full force! But are Sun and Moon worthy of their record-breaking sales?
A teardown of the two games in the Deus Ex series, and the one and a half games in the Eidos Montreal Nostalgia Cash-In series.
Eidos Montreal returns with another new entry in the critically acclaimed Deus Ex series. This is Deus Ex: Mankind Divided!
A review of the Dragon Ball Z: The Legacy of Goku video game series for the Game Boy Advance.
You asked for it.
Mech filler on the road to Mech Perfection means retrospective filler on the road to…
So as we all wait for that Boba Fett movie, the Suspect takes a look at the next best thing.
While not quite Naughty Dog’s magnum opus, Uncharted 4 cements them as quite possibly the best development team working today. Uncharted 4 = mandatory to play.
Pirate’s Moon is the real deal; if you think you pwn at MechWarrior, then you have to play this.
It’s the fourth annual year end review from The Examined Life (of Gaming)! Sorry that it’s mostly just Fallout 4!
Call of Pripyat is the best S.T.A.L.K.E.R. “game”. So?
There’s a lot to like about Clear Sky in retrospect, but when Roland first played it he was very disappointed. And the damn thing can’t go 10 minutes without crashing (after every patch has been installed).
A three-for-one video game review of thing you can play for free online! Marvel at a video that’s as rough around the edges and disjointed as any freeware game, but made with just as much love!
It’s time to take another look at the world of indie games! This time, we take a glance at a beautifully designed, beautifully scored masterpiece of a Little Game That Could… that some people are gonna ragequit in the first five minutes.
Sofie reviews the highly acclaimed game Dishonored.
Is Batman: Arkham Knight worth your time? Or is a whole load of guano? Watch the review to find out!
Welcome to 2007, the year the FPS genre came back to life. For a bit. Then died again. The rest of the games industry would soon follow.
It’s Mendo’s first video game review and his first sponsored review, as he takes a look at some of the games brought to us by the Brothers Chaps.