How does the latest entry in the long-running Dynasty Warriors series hold up on modern consoles?
Haiku reviews are making a come back.
Greak: Memories Of Azur is a perfectly passable Metroidvania that has just enough gimmicky flare and visual pizzazz to garner a gander.
Loop Hero combines deck building, roguelite elements, and idle mechanics to create a deeply addictive game that I think I liked...maybe.
The Warhammer 40k Universe hasn't had the best track record when it comes to video games. Battlesector aimed to change that - and succeeds.
I have a lot of nostalgia for Monster Rancher, but even those rose-tinted spectacles couldn't cover up Monster Rancher 1 & 2 DX's flaws.
Song Of Horror has some interesting ideas, but fails to execute them well enough to deliver a satisfying horror experience.
Blue Reflection: Second Light got me to reflect on my own biases when it comes to gaming.
Project Zero: Maiden Of Black Water isn't a flawless horror experience, but it's unique brand of spectral spooks are uniquely unsettling.
Youtubers Life 2 proves that making your sequel bigger, doesn't always mean it's going to be better. There's simply too much padding here.