Lone Ruin review: A descent into colorful combat
Lone Ruin contains great and mysterious power for anyone capable of surviving its waves of magical madness.
World of Warcraft: Dragonflight review: Sky dragons in flight (afternoon delight)
Dragonflight brings some ambitious new fun and mechanics to the World of Warcraft saga, but is it more than a flashy gimmick?
Hello Neighbor 2 review: The house that Mr. Peterson built
TinyBuild delivers more of what players love (and hate) in this Hello Neighbor sequel.
Blacktail review: That's wicked
Blacktail is an origin story about Baba Yaga told through a first-person archery game that has giant talking mushrooms. If you're looking for innovation, here it is.
High on Life review: Choose your own space adventure
High on Life is a wonderful game to goof around in and explore, though there are a few issues holding it back from reaching its highest potential.
Warhammer 40K: Darktide Review - Thou Shalt Kill
Darktide satisfyingly scratches that Left 4 Dead itch, but after multiple delays, it's still rough around the edges.
Need for Speed Unbound review: Shifting into reverse
Too many cops, not enough cash, and a generic, lackluster story are among the reasons why Unbound isn't as big of a step forward for the series as it otherwise could have been.
Crisis Core: Final Fantasy 7 Reunion review: Fair play
We interrupt this Final Fantasy 7 Remake storyline to briefly explore the life and times of SOLDIER 1st Class Zack Fair.
The Callisto Protocol review: 1,000 ways to die in space
Striking Distance Studios bring gripping terror and tension with The Callisto Protocol.
Evil West review: Pull that six shooter
A no-nonsense action adventure, Evil West has you gunslinging rifles and punching vampires from dusk till dawn.