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#WarGames Review: Peculiar, But Not Peculiar Enough
If you’d asked me a few years ago if anything like #WarGames would ever exist, I’d call you a maniac. And yet, here we are. Looks like the joke is on me.
Dragon Quest XI: Echoes of an Elusive Age Review
In an age where countless games are trying to imitate the past, there’s nothing like having Dragon Quest back where it belongs.
The Mega Man X Collection Reminds Us Why We End Up Playing The Same Games Forever
No matter what, I'll always return to play Mega Man X once in a while, and I'll love it a little more each time I do. Is it a classic? Is it personal? Or something more?
Ascending Madness is a Masochistic Gamer’s Fever Dream
Like some sort of twisted fairy tale, Ascending Madness is dazzling and disgusting all at the same time.
The Power of Fandom Still Surges in Touhou: Scarlet Curiosity
Touhou: Scarlet Curiosity has just been brought over to the PC and despite its mixed critical reception, this is still a satisfying adventure for its budget asking price.
Candle: The Power of the Flame Review: Burning Bright
Gorgeously made, challenging in every way, Candle: The Power of the Flame is a game that shines brighter than you’d expect.
I Learned The Hard Way That Digital Games Won’t Last Forever
A trip down memory lane coerced me to buy an original Xbox 360 for its blades dashboard. But its inability to play my digital games got me worrying about the future.
How to Play Shining Resonance Refrain With Original Japanese Voices
If you want to play Shining Resonance Refrain with the original Japanese VO, here's how to switch from English voices in the game.
How to Save Your Game in Shining Resonance Refrain
Without any autosave functionality, you’ll have to take the initiative yourself if you’re wanting to take a break from Shining Resonance Refrain.
Shining Resonance Refrain Review: Resoundingly Resonant
hining Resonance Refrain is a charmingly sweet JRPG with an engaging combat system that hides hundreds of tricks up its sleeves.
NieR: Automata Become As Gods Edition Review
Boasting Xbox One X-ready improvements and all the game’s downloadable content already included, there’s no more excuses. You should play NieR: Automata.
Five Switch Games That Deserve Nintendo Labo Support
Now Mario Kart 8 can be played with a Labo-crafted controller, it got us thinking: what other Switch games would we like to see with Labo support?
How Cyberpunk 2077 is Confronting its Most Important Element
In Cyberpunk 2077, the notion of cyberpunk is more than just a style co-opted to tell a cool science fiction story. It’s a space of self-liberation, it’s punk rock, it's progressive, and it’s rife for the RPG genre.
Slime-San: Superslime Edition Review: Smiling While Slimed
Intensely replayable and immeasurably fun, if you've not yet acquainted yourself with Slime-San you better think about biting the bullet.
Seven Games That Were Notably Absent From E3 2018
Plenty of E3 announcements excited and enthralled us, but what about the ones that left us wanting?
I Relived Over a Decade’s Worth of E3s and Here’s What I Learned
I’ve always thought that if you wanted to know what games were like in any given year, just take a look at E3.
Nobunaga’s Ambition: Taishi Review: Making History (Again)
Nobunaga's Ambition: Taishi is a game that feels like a more approachable version of what’s come before, both for returning players and new ones alike.
Here’s Everything That Was Announced at Sony’s E3 2018 Press Conference
Missed Sony's E3 show? Don't worry - we've got everything you need right here in our comprehensive rundown. Here we are, the Sony E3 Press...
Here’s Everything Announced at Bethesda’s E3 2018 Press Conference
Missed Bethesda's press conference at E3 2018? Don't worry - we've got all the announcements rounded up right here.
MotoGP 18 Review: Déjà Vu
While Milestone's latest addition to the MotoGP franchise will undoubtedly please hardcore fans, MotoGP 18 is a little too much deja vu for the average player.