The long anticipated indie game Donut County has finally hit store shelves, and we’re here to see if the hype was warranted. Is Donut County worth your time? Find out with our official review.
Race on land, air, and sea in this open world racing game that takes place across the entire United States. The first Crew game was mediocre, does The Crew 2 right those wrongs? Find out with our review.
Quantic Dream is well known for their narrative adventures, giving us interesting tales with branching stories such as Heavy Rain. Quantic Dream is back at the helm with Detroit: Become Human, a sci-fi tale that looks to answer some pretty big questions. Let’s see if the game is worth your time in our definitive review.
Indie developer OneBitBeyond pays homage to classic adventure games like The Legend of Zelda while adding in a dash of rogue-like elements. Let’s see if Swords of Ditto is a worthy spiritual successor or a cheap imitation.
David Cage makes narrative game experiences. While this type of game is already divisive, the quality of his game-ography is also very hit or miss. His latest – Detroit: Become Human…
The demo for Detroit: Become Human released on the PS4 this week, giving us a look at the game a month before launch. In the demo, you play as a hostage negotiator attempting to save a young girl from an armed gunman. Let’s see if the experience is as tense as it sounds.
Santa Monica Studios have been hard at work on this title for over 5 years. After six other games in the franchise, can this God of War reboot (of sorts) find the magic of the original trilogy? Find out what reviewer Matthew Owen has to say in our definitive review.
Sony has announced that the highly anticipated neo-noir thriller Detroit: Become Human has gone gold. Better yet, a playable demo has also been released and can be downloaded via the…
The God of War franchise gets a soft reboot this month, so what can we expect from this new take on the beloved Sony-exclusive franchise? Get excited, the release is just around the corner!
Yakuza 6 gives us the end of Kiryu’s story in this final chapter of the Yakuza franchise. The game aims to be friendly to newcomers, but satisfying for veterans. Does Yakuza 6 please both crowds and give us proper closure?