Review: Mass Effect Legendary Edition
This release truly is legen…wait for it…dary.
Review: Days Gone (PC)
PC players are getting the absolute best version of the game.
Review – Black Legend
Black Legend isn’t an SRPG that I’ll be talking about the graphics, the story, or the enemies in years to come, but the class and combat systems are something I’ll remember forever.
Review – Monster Jam: Steel Titans 2
Monster Jam: Steel Titans 2 is fun in short bursts and monster truck fans will love it, but it’s not the big step forward I’d hoped for.
Review: On the Road – Truck Simulator
I think transport sims can be as popular on consoles as they are on PC, but On The Road The Truck Simulator isn’t the breakout game the genre needs to make that happen.
Review – Disjunction
Disjunction is set in 2048, but it feels like a throwback to the 90’s with a pixel art style, enemy ‘vision cones’, and old-school difficulty that’s straight out of the SEGA Genesis days. Jumping into three characters over the course…
Review – Godfall
I see why they called it Godfall and not Goodfall.
Review – Chronos: Before the Ashes
I don’t think this will satisfy Dark Souls fans looking for a challenge, but it’s a great intro to the systems and mechanics of those games for people who don’t want that level of frustration in their life.
Review – Suzerain
The strategic side of Suzerain isn’t played out on a battlefield, but in backroom deals and public speeches…
Observer: System Redux Review
While the original nailed the aesthetic of a cyberpunk future’s ghetto, the next-gen version also offers raytracing, animation improvements, and some tweaks to the somewhat underwhelming stealth sections that really help make them more playable and fun.