Assassin’s Creed: Shadows trailer drops, angering people who hate inclusivity

Assassin’s Creed: Shadows trailer drops, angering people who hate inclusivity

Whether intentional or not, one of the more interesting developments is the fact that the game has two protagonists: a...
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“Little Kitty, Big City” Review

“Little Kitty, Big City” Review

Nobody is playing the game for its polish. We're playing it because it's chill, and cats are cool.
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“Tales of Kenzera: Zau” Review

“Tales of Kenzera: Zau” Review

Here's to hoping that Tales of Kenzera: Zau becomes the first in a long-running series, and that Abubakar Salim is...
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Patrick Sounds Off: Cautious Optimism for Xbox Preservation

Patrick Sounds Off: Cautious Optimism for Xbox Preservation

It seemed like that was that in Fall 2021 when Microsoft shuttered their backward compatibility development with one final and...
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“Princess Peach: Showtime!” Review

“Princess Peach: Showtime!” Review

Good-Feel did an amazing job making Princess Peach: Showtime! an extremely fun and enjoyable game that's even better when sharing...
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“Pepper Grinder” Review

“Pepper Grinder” Review

Pepper Grinder is a fantastic experience and while you'll probably only need three hours to finish it, the amount of...
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Assassin’s Creed: Shadows trailer drops, angering people who hate inclusivity

Whether intentional or not, one of the more interesting developments is the fact that the game has two protagonists: a Japanese woman and a black man. Of course, this sent Twitter/X in a tizzy (for the wrong reasons), with gamers yelling “DEI” in a negative context (when it’s a positive), and this is one of the biggest reasons why the game is trending.

“Little Kitty, Big City” Review

Nobody is playing the game for its polish. We’re playing it because it’s chill, and cats are cool.

“Tales of Kenzera: Zau” Review

Here’s to hoping that Tales of Kenzera: Zau becomes the first in a long-running series, and that Abubakar Salim is back at the helm, because I want more. Or let’s give Surgent Studios the Black Panther license.

Patrick Sounds Off: Cautious Optimism for Xbox Preservation

It seemed like that was that in Fall 2021 when Microsoft shuttered their backward compatibility development with one final and substantial wave of releases. One need only look at the percentage of games on their legacy platforms to understand just…

“Princess Peach: Showtime!” Review

Good-Feel did an amazing job making Princess Peach: Showtime! an extremely fun and enjoyable game that’s even better when sharing the experience with others; however it lacks the polish that games like Super Mario Bros. Wonder or Tears of the Kingdom have, and it’s a real shame.

“Pepper Grinder” Review

Pepper Grinder is a fantastic experience and while you’ll probably only need three hours to finish it, the amount of enjoyable and memorable moments easily make it one of the best experiences of the year so far,

Patrick Sounds Off: Virtua Fighter’s SoulCalibur Problem

Virtua Fighter’s main appeal has always been its unique approach to the fighting genre compared to its contemporaries. Is Sega on the verge of throwing it all away at the hands of the man who attempted bringing SoulCalibur in line…

“Balatro” Review

When you look at the gaming landscape today, it’s so vast and deep that it becomes hard to find new games you might want to play. Not so much because they don’t exist, but because you just don’t hear about…

“Persona 3 Reload” Review

Atlus has returned to the world of Persona 3 with a ground-up remake that utilizes the lessons learned from Persona 4 and Persona 5, both improving greatly on the original… while also showing how much the series has improved since.

“WWE 2K24” Review

WWE 2K24 continues to build on the strong foundation that was established over the last two years.

“Banishers: Ghosts of New Eden” Review

By no means a bad game, there are some design decisions that left me my scratching my head. With so many anticipated AAA titles coming in 2024, Banishers: Ghosts of New Eden doesn’t stand out too well amongst the pack, but is sure to be a backlog-topper when things slow down.

“Like a Dragon: Infinite Wealth” Review

If you were a fan of the Yakuza: Like a Dragon, you’ll find Infinite Wealth more engaging in pretty much every way, easily making it one of the best games of the year.