The original game, Ori and the Blind Forest, was loved by many. Its beautiful visuals, amazing soundtrack, and heartwarming story are exactly why this game stood out to me. For some reason, the game didn’t resonate with me as much as it did with so many others. In terms of gameplay, the combat was weakContinue reading “Ori and the Will of the Wisps Review”
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Doom Eternal Review
The sequel to the thrilling 2016 Doom reboot. Does Doom Eternal recapture the break-neck excitement of the original?
Sea of Solitude Review
Sea of Solitude attempts to do just that as it tackles multiple issues such as depression, bullying, relationship breakups, and more. That’s quite a lineup of issues, but just how well does Sea of Solitude succeed with conveying its messages, as well as being a great video game at the same time?
The Soulsborne genre is certainly growing, even in the 2D space. How does Blasphemous’ take on the genre stack up with the rest?
Darksiders Genesis Review
The origin story for the Darksiders series is here with a brand new gameplay style! This time the series tackles the twin-stick shooter and hack and slash genre. How well does it stand out from the pack?
Dragon Ball Z Kakarot Review
The latest Dragon Ball Z game, now set in a semi-open world RPG! Does it live up to expectations set by the great anime?
Life Is Strange 2 Review
Dontnod have a reputation of delivering powerful stories with equally powerful themes and messages. After the success of the first Life Is Strange series, can Dontnod give us another compelling series?
The Outer Worlds Review
Obsidian, the creators of Fallout: New Vegas, have taken what they know fans love about that franchise and created their own new IP. But how well do they replicate that decision making aspect and how well does The Outer Worlds differentiate itself?
Outer Wilds Review
Explore space to uncover a mystery that takes you all across the solar system.
Borderlands 3 Review
After 7 long years, we finally have the next main entry into the popular loot shooter series. Does Borderlands 3 push the series to new heights, or will we get more of the same?