Valkyria Revolution Review: Fixing what ain’t broke

Valkyria Revolution is a new take on a beloved series, bringing back past games’ many tropes while introducing an action-focused,

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