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Sofie asks the question: Does it even matter at all if you get to play as a woman or not in any given game? The answer is... it depends.
At last, Sofie comes to the final installment of an overall solid franchise.
UPDATED with Part 2 on April 9, 2015! Is there such a thing as a game that's so bad its good?
Proof of life. This one was fairly involved.
Sofie reviews the third installment in the BioShock series.
The Suspect takes a look at The Order: 1886, the new third-person cover shooter from Ready at Dawn and Santa Monica Studio.
Excuuuuuuuuse me? Netflix may or may not be making our geekiest dreams come true. Let's celebrate with blind speculation!
Sofie continues with the BioShock franchise.
And now, it's time to dig into some bigger titles, because why not? A fantastic game is a fantastic game!
Updated on Jan. 6, 2015 with Part Two! The survival horror game Cold Fear has the feel of the old Resident Evil games, while mixing it up in a completely unique environment.
It's Roland's third annual Best and Worst of Gaming video, with an idiosyncratic award naming convention lifted from Penny Arcade (just like Yahtzee did).
Find yourself starting back. Escape will make me God.
Yes, she went there. As a female internet reviewer, apparently Sofie needs to have a opinion about this, so here it is.
Sofie goes from the artsy to the mainstream.
The Suspect takes a look at the latest Call of Duty for PC, PS4, and Xbox One. Fans of the franchise will love it, but has Sledgehammer done enough to convert the series' naysayers?
In a rare departure from movie reviews, the Fear Fan tackles an ambitious game that tries to bring Ridley Scott's Alien to the small screen. Does it succeed, or lay more eggs than an alien queen?
This time, Sofie plays something which truly is special.
Just in time to miss Halloween, Roland reviews a game that's legitimately scary... for how bad it is.
The Suspect takes a look at the 2014 video game adaptation of The Legend of Korra, developed by Platinum Games.
Sofie takes a look at a game from the Danish indie developer Playdead. What did Sofie's proud Danish brothers and sisters come up with this time?