“Mass Effect: Legendary Edition” Review

“Mass Effect: Legendary Edition” Review

Dilapidated future? Killer robots? It must be Mass Effect. This was a remaster that was a long time coming.I first...
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“Famicom Detective Club: The Girl Who Stands Behind” Review

“Famicom Detective Club: The Girl Who Stands Behind” Review

Originally released on the Famicom in 1988, it should surprise many to know that the visual novel genre is something...
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“Famicom Detective Club: The Missing Heir” Review

“Famicom Detective Club: The Missing Heir” Review

Originally released on the Famicom in 1988, it should surprise many to know that the visual novel genre is something...
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“Resident Evil Village” Review

“Resident Evil Village” Review

Resident Evil Village is a thrilling action-horror title that brings the series to heights it hasn't reached in a very long time.
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“New Pokémon Snap” Review

“New Pokémon Snap” Review

The Lental Region is whole new world to live in. It's a whole new way to see, and it's a whole new place with a brand new attitude. But instead of catching 'em all, you gotta shoot 'em all. Do the best that you can! Dodododo, do-do-do.
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“NieR Replicant ver.1.22474487139…” Review

“NieR Replicant ver.1.22474487139…” Review

Replicant is really more than the sum of its parts. The overall experience, from the character development, the devastating and mind-reeling revelations that plot throws at you, and even the new bits of content specially made for this game make it worthwhile.
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“Mass Effect: Legendary Edition” Review

This was a remaster that was a long time coming. I first played the original Mass Effect back when it debuted in 2007. It was one of two games I had received that Christmas with my Xbox 360. I was,…

“Famicom Detective Club: The Girl Who Stands Behind” Review

Originally released on the Famicom in 1988, it should surprise many to know that the visual novel genre is something Nintendo had taken part in. In fact, it’s what helped launched the career of writer Yoshio Sakamoto, primarily known for…

“Famicom Detective Club: The Missing Heir” Review

Originally released on the Famicom in 1988, it should surprise many to know that the visual novel genre is something Nintendo had taken part in. In fact, it’s what helped launched the career of writer Yoshio Sakamoto, primarily known for…

“Resident Evil Village” Review

Resident Evil Village is a thrilling action-horror title that brings the series to heights it hasn’t reached in a very long time.

“New Pokémon Snap” Review

The Lental Region is whole new world to live in. It’s a whole new way to see, and it’s a whole new place with a brand new attitude. But instead of catching ’em all, you gotta shoot ’em all. Do the best that you can! Dodododo, do-do-do.

“NieR Replicant ver.1.22474487139…” Review

Replicant is really more than the sum of its parts. The overall experience, from the character development, the devastating and mind-reeling revelations that plot throws at you, and even the new bits of content specially made for this game make it worthwhile.

“Tools Up!” Review

Indie darling Team17’s work on Overcooked! has given the series a Nintendo-esque level of respect when it comes to couch multiplayer, and we’ve since seen a lot of clones that try to recapture that fun to no avail. Released in…

“Bravely Default II” Review

Bravely Default II is a good game, but it’s not one that’s wholly approachable.

“The Longing” Review

The Longing is a thought-provoking title that sounds brilliant on paper, but doesn’t quite stick the landing.

“Disco Elysium: The Final Cut” Review

“Mankind, be vigilant; We loved you.” This was not the first time I had played Disco Elysium. I first played DE back in 2019, when it originally was published for the PC. Back then, DE was a a cult classic…

“Lost Words: Beyond the Page” Review

Indie games are relatively easy to overlook, especially when you don’t really know what it is you’re looking for. As someone that typically always plays the latest and greatest, I’m always looking for a palette cleanser, and Lost Words: Beyond…

“It Takes Two” Review

Editor’s Note: Before we start off the review, I want to transparently mention that I am a full-time employee at Glu Mobile, which was acquired by EA last month. At the time of this review’s publishing, the deal has yet…