Anthem

I haven’t reviewed a new release with EA’s signature seal of greed since Star Wars: Battlefront II. This isn’t just because of my growing distaste for them as a publisher; it’s mostly due to my […]

Read More

Devil May Cry 5

I could have spent more time devising the perfect opening line, but I’ve been too engrossed in DMC5. All other aspects of my existence, whether it be uni or hanging with friends, have turned into […]

Read More

The Occupation

The Occupation is an unconventional game; one that combines traditional adventure game elements with a focus on stealth, a labyrinthian level structure, and a ticking clock. As a reporter, you’re tasked with following leads, collecting […]

Read More

Far Cry New Dawn

I know what you’re thinking: yet another first-person shooter set in a post-apocalyptic setting? Yep, and there’s not a whole lot more to say about it than that. Set 17 years after the events of […]

Read More

God Eater 3

In gaming today, it’s not uncommon to see a single series go on to foster a whole genre of titles inspired by a particular style of design. Games like Dark Souls, Super Metroid and Castlevania, […]

Read More

Jump Force

There is perhaps no brand more suitable for a crossover fighting game than Shonen Jump. Juggernauts like Dragon Ball, classics like Fist of The North Star, and hit contemporary series like My Hero Academia are […]

Read More

Crackdown 3

Crackdown 3 is finally here, to the surprise of many. It’s a game that had been in development hell for so long that I honestly thought it would never arrive. But it has! And it’s […]

Read More

Metro Exodus

The first two Metro games, based on a novel series of the same name, don’t receive the widespread recognition I feel they deserve. While both titles reviewed relatively well for their time, it’s rarely mentioned […]

Read More

Resident Evil 2

It’s disorienting to think that the last high profile survival horror game was The Evil Within 2, which came out almost a year and a half ago. The steady decline of the genre’s prevalence since […]

Read More

Battlefleet Gothic: Armada 2

There was a time where the merest hint of 40K would rile my jimmies harder than a Commissar at an Aeldari Bar Mitzvah. I can still remember the fragrant, air-conditioned musk of the Carillon GW […]

Read More