The downsized, chibified version of Final Fantasy XV that you can take anywhere is an entertaining analogue for the sprawling role-playing game. Our review.
3DPrinterSpencer's Xbox Comfort Grips for Nintendo Switch might be the answer for Shackers who's hands cramp up while playing the console in handheld mode.
Fe sets out to be a platformer set in a beautiful depiction of nature, but some of the notes just don't hit. Our review.
Dragon Quest Builders is one Nintendo Switch experience fans won't want to miss.
Omega Force's latest installment in their long-running series brings a lot of changes. But, are they a change for the best or the worst? Our review.
Monster Hunter: World is a brilliant game that often gets in its own way.
Long Hat House's latest title Dandara flips the script on traditional platforming conventions.
Greg Burke has finally discovered the glory of Plex Media Server. Our review.
Survios' second virtual experience is upon us. It's not only a fun addition to the VR ecosystem, it's one that may serve as the bar for many others.
Dissidia Final Fantasy NT gathers some of the most memorable characters from throughout the history of Final Fantasy. But does it put up a decent fight? Our review.
One of the Game Boy Color's greatest entries in the Pokemon series returns via the Nintendo eShop. Does it dazzle or feel dull? Our review.
Fluid combat and a deep Career Mode shine in EA Sports UFC 3. Our review.
The new title from Tokyo RPG Factory is packed with tradition yet low on thrills.
Kingston’s HyperX series of headsets enter the wireless realm.
Can the debut action title from developer Fun Punch Games serve up a win? Find out in our review.
A classic title known for its aesthetics gets a noteworthy update, but is it enough to intrigue modern gamers? Our Shadow of the Colossus review.
This multiplayer-centric Kirby brawler is cute, but does it measure up to Kirby games past? Our review.
It's a harrowing climb up one of the world's most dangerous mountains, but Celeste has a touching story woven between some of the hardest platforming to come along in a while. Our review.
All the screaming and explosions without the exposition episodes and eyebrow twitches.
Life is Strange: Before the Storm ends on the big theme of 'truth versus fiction' and comes to a satisfying end. Our review.