“WarioWare: Get It Together!” Review

“WarioWare: Get It Together!” Review

"WarioWare: Get It Together!" is an absolute blast to play and features an impressive amount of polish, but there really isn’t enough content in here to keep it an evergreen title at $50.
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“Death Stranding: Director’s Cut” Review

“Death Stranding: Director’s Cut” Review

Death Stranding: Director’s Cut is a treat for fans, but there’s not a lot to sway its detractors.
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“Tales of Arise” Review

“Tales of Arise” Review

Lovely day for a revolution... The Tales series is one of the most long-running and storied franchises in the JRPG...
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“Kena: Bridge of Spirits” Review

“Kena: Bridge of Spirits” Review

Kena: Bridge of Spirits is one of the best looking games you'll ever play, and if you can find your way around its old-school feel and difficulty, you'll probably make yourself a fan of Ember Lab and look really forward to what they put out next.
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Review in Progress: “Far Cry 6”

Review in Progress: “Far Cry 6”

We've been playing a lot of Far Cry 6 ahead of its release, but we're not ready to give this game a final verdict yet. Here's our Review in Progress.
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“Skatebird” Review

“Skatebird” Review

Skatebird is a great idea, but the final product fails to deliver what the title promises.
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“WarioWare: Get It Together!” Review

“WarioWare: Get It Together!” is an absolute blast to play and features an impressive amount of polish, but there really isn’t enough content in here to keep it an evergreen title at $50.

“Death Stranding: Director’s Cut” Review

Death Stranding: Director’s Cut is a treat for fans, but there’s not a lot to sway its detractors.

“Tales of Arise” Review

The Tales series is one of the most long-running and storied franchises in the JRPG world, debuting back in 1995 with Tales of Phantasia on the Super Famicom. That particular game, based on an unpublished novel by one of the…

“Kena: Bridge of Spirits” Review

Kena: Bridge of Spirits is one of the best looking games you’ll ever play, and if you can find your way around its old-school feel and difficulty, you’ll probably make yourself a fan of Ember Lab and look really forward to what they put out next.

Review in Progress: “Far Cry 6”

We’ve been playing a lot of Far Cry 6 ahead of its release, but we’re not ready to give this game a final verdict yet. Here’s our Review in Progress.

“Skatebird” Review

Skatebird is a great idea, but the final product fails to deliver what the title promises.

“The Great Ace Attorney Chronicles” Review

With two games, each one spanning five long cases each, this bundle will take over 70 hours to finish, making this $40 package easily one of the best deals of the year.

“Button City” Review

Upon first seeing it during the Wholesome Direct as part of this year’s E3 / Summer Games Fest festivities, Button City was among the more colorful and cute entries. Now available, Button City features a simple and light-hearted story that…

“Returnal” Review

Returnal is a bonafide power trip that’s sure to entertain, but it might be worth holding off on for now.

“Boomerang X” Review

Boomerang X is rife with vibrant visuals, quick-paced combat, and a difficulty that is fair with being needlessly punishing.

“Death’s Door” Review

Every year, an indie game enters the discussion as one of the best games of the year even when put up against AAA releases. They can be nostalgia trips that take just enough of a modern step, such as our…

“Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart” Review

Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart is, by most accounts, Ratchet & Clank perfected, so if you’re a fan — you definitely owe it to yourself to pick this one up if you have a PS5.