EA Sports PGA Tour Review: Back in Full Swing
2015 was the last time EA has put out a golf game, and in that time 2K has started creeping behind it trying to solidify itself as the go-to virtual golf experience. Does EA’s PGA Tour have what it takes to make a comeback?
Bayonetta Origins: Cereza and the Lost Demon Review - Magical Beginnings
A totally different experience, Bayonetta Origins offers us a different view into the young witch’s past and with it comes a whole different type of game that still puts a spell on you.
Terra Nil Review: Reclaim the Wasteland At Your Own Pace
Reclaim a barren wasteland from the grips of toxic ruin in Terra Nil. From the temperate river valley to a volcanic glacier, restoring the natural environment has never been more relaxing.
Resident Evil 4 Remake Review: Survival Horror Perfected
Back in 2008, Capcom gave us a game that redefined the survival horror genre. Who knew it could continue to refine itself nearly two decades later.
Wo Long Fallen Dynasty Review: A Spirited Soulslike
Much like Nioh, Wo Long is beautiful and intricate and offers a punishing combat system to satisfy your masochistic desires if you have a thing for Souslike games.
Kirby’s Return to Dream Land Deluxe Review: Bigger and Friendlier
A remastered version of the 2011 Wii title, Kirby’s Return to Dream Land offers some updated graphics and a few new features, but are these enough to justify returning to the game?
Like a Dragon Ishin Review: High-Ranking Samurai
Mixing the classic feel of Yakuza and Like a Dragon games with some Japanese history, Ishin offers you a new way to enjoy the series and even teach you a thing or two about the way of the samurai.
Wild Hearts Review: Building a Mystery
Roaming a strange world and hunting down monsters may sound familiar, but add to that some unique construction mechanics and you get a game that tries its best to stand out from the rest.
Pharaoh New Era Review: Pyramids Built on Nostalgia in Great Return of Timeless Classic
Pharaoh returns to take the rightful spot on the throne of city builders. The game has some shortcomings, but it is still a great remake. A New Era treats the source material with respect, at the same time making it more accessible.
Hogwarts Legacy Review: Bewitchingly Enchanting
Harry Potter and his friends may not star in Hogwarts Legacy, but the magic of the series shines through in a game that is as enchanting as it is immersive.