Get Even Review: Beware when opening Pandora’s Box

Each year I come across a game I know little about and expect nothing from, yet it turns out to

DiRT 4 Review: Keeping it straight in a twisty, turny world

The release of DiRT Rally in the tail-end of 2016 came as a revival for the once strong and respected

Friday The 13th: The Game Review: You can’t be saved

Friday The 13th: The Game takes the classic horror film series and gives gamers the opportunity to play around in

ARMS Review: Pulling its punches

ARMS has a considerable amount of content and depth, but does its best to hide that from players. Like Splatoon

WipEout Omega Collection Review: Familiar, blistering speed

It’s ironic that PlayStation chose to market WipEout Omega Collection, a bundle of WipEout HD, WipEOut HD Fury and WipEout

Tekken 7 Review: Relying on its core

Another day, another fighter. This time it’s Tekken 7, a PC and console release based off the Fated Retribution version

Star Trek: Bridge Crew Review: You have the bridge

Red Storm Entertainment isn’t kidding when it calls Star Trek: Bridge Crew social VR. Set in the nuTrek timeline –

RiME Review: Destroying crockery, one yell at a time

If there’s one thing I love, it’s a puzzler. If there’s one thing I hate, it’s a puzzler where I

Ultra Street Fighter II: The New Challengers Review: Soulless and expensive

Ultra Street Fighter II: The New Challengers is Capcom’s laziest cash grab yet. Essentially a re-release of Super Street Fighter II HD

Razer ManO’War Wireless Review: All about the bass

Style vs substance. Function vs flair. The balancing act between how a product looks and what it’s designed to do

Fire Emblem: Shadows of Valentia Review: Breaking the mold (just a bit)

Right out of the gate, Fire Emblem: Shadows of Valentia throws a lot at you. Its story gets heavy immediately; new

Injustice 2 Review: One of the better DC games (and the best DC movie)

Injustice 2 is the best DC Comics movie we’ve had the chance to experience. It also happens to be an

Farpoint Review: What remains of Sci-Finch

Farpoint isn’t quite the VR shooter that Impulse Gear promised, but it’s close. A mixture of a VR experience, shooter

The Surge Review: Throw another arm on the exosuit

Lords of the Fallen’s Deck13 is back, this time with a dystopian sci-fi tale in The Surge. Borrowing from the

NBA Playgrounds Review: Beaten by the buzzer

Giant heads. Two versus two basketball. From marketing down to visual appearance, everything about NBA Playgrounds screams NBA Jam. For

Razer Blade Stealth Review

It’s been some time now since the gaming peripheral manufacturer Razer first dallied into the PC market with the original