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  • V Rising Early Access Review in Progress

    V Rising Early Access Review in Progress

    Remember when Count Dracula spent several sleepless nights deforesting an entire hillside so he could manufacture industrial quantities of wooden planks to build his castle? Yeah, I don’t either – but in V Rising, that’s a big part of your vampire lifestyle. Luckily, it’s also got some fast and exciting ARPG combat to make up […] More

  • Dolmen PS5 Review - Is It Worth Playing?

    Dolmen PS5 Review – Is It Worth Playing?

    Can any game take on the three-month-old Elden Ring? It may not have been developer Massive Work Studio’s intention to go toe-to-toe with such a genre-defining game, but that’s exactly what occurred with its May 20th release. We erased countless timelines during our time with this Soulslike-in-space RPG, and have our Dolmen PS5 review ready […] More

  • Evil Dead The Game Review PS5

    Evil Dead The Game Review PS5

    The Evil Dead franchise has been around since 1981, and has recently seen a resurrection with a movie set to release on HBO Max this year. But first, Saber Interactive has dropped Evil Dead: The Game. Can this 4-vs-1 adaptation be any good, or is it just fanservice with a shallow game underneath all the […] More

  • Prehistoric Planet review: New dinosaur documentary leads with its best fin

    Prehistoric Planet review: New dinosaur documentary leads with its best fin

    Our planet’s oceans may or may not be the actual “final frontier,” but they were once home to the best dinosaurs Earth had to offer. Anyone who has seen a Jurassic Park movie or Mesozoic “documentaries” like Walking with Dinosaurs knows this; put simply, underwater dinosaurs absolutely rip. Perhaps this is why Apple TV Plus’ […] More

  • Stranger Things 4 review: levels up in horror, not in character

    Stranger Things 4 review: levels up in horror, not in character

    A balanced Dungeons & Dragons party is a fundamental part of creating an enjoyable gaming experience. Yes, you want to make sure you have strong fighters who can provide a variety of melee or ranged attacks, some magic users, and definitely at least one person with a healing spell. You want a range of stats […] More

  • King Arthur: Knight's Tale Review

    King Arthur: Knight’s Tale Review

    King Arthur is dead and you, Mordred, died killing him. Now Arthur has cursed the afterlife. In order to bring peace to the island of Avalon, you must do what you do best: Kill Arthur – or rather, the variety of vile villains his soul has been twisted into. For those who were fans of […] More

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    Sega CEO says they are working towards high review scores for Sonic Frontiers

    As you already know SEGA is pinning a lot of hope on Sonic Frontiers igniting video game sales for the Japanese company during the lucrative Christmas shopping season. Speaking to investors, Sega Sammy’s CEO Haruki Satomi and CFO Koichi Fukazawa both reiterated the importance of high review scores which the company is hoping to achieve with […] More

  • The Stanley Parable: Ultra Deluxe review: This is not a review

    The Stanley Parable: Ultra Deluxe review: This is not a review

    This is not a review of The Stanley Parable: Ultra Deluxe. If you clicked on this thinking that it would, in fact, be a review of The Stanley Parable: Ultra Deluxe, I’m sorry to disappoint you, but that is not what this is. Unfortunately for me, who agreed to review The Stanley Parable: Ultra Deluxe […] More

  • Evil Dead: The Game Review

    Evil Dead: The Game Review

    As far as the movies go, The Evil Dead series has a track record of being way better than it has any right to be, low-budget warts and all – and Evil Dead: The Game now finds itself squarely in that same boat. While it’s filled with things that irritate me, like slight inclines that […] More

  • The Innocents review: creepy slow-burn horror from the Stephen King school

    The Innocents review: creepy slow-burn horror from the Stephen King school

    With a new movie version of Stephen King’s Firestarter just arriving and a third adaptation of his novel Salem’s Lot on the way, it’s worth wondering whether creators will ever run out of King material to recycle or reboot. If they do eventually hit a point of diminishing returns on reusing the same material — […] More

  • Vampire: The Masquerade - Swansong review: a gleeful RPG soap opera

    Vampire: The Masquerade – Swansong review: a gleeful RPG soap opera

    In senior year at my strict religious boarding school, watching Passions was an afternoon ritual. Beyond the basic soap opera premise of rival families getting messy, the iconic series had everything for a restless teen: suspense, melodrama, shamelessly imaginative comedy, awful sex, and campy supernatural storylines (including witches and warlocks — it was, after all, […] More

  • Vampire: The Masquerade – Swansong Review

    Vampire: The Masquerade – Swansong Review

    Imagine compacting the gothic open world of 2004’s Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodlines into an RPG that is far slower and more deliberate in its execution, dousing it with the same variety of linear, character-driven storytelling made popular in Telltale’s The Walking Dead series, then finally handing it off to receive one last blood injection […] More

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