Dishonored Death Of The Outsider Review – Murder Without Morality

Dishonored Death Of The Outsider Review – Murder Without Morality

Billie Lurk sits in the shadows of Karnaca as once again players are invited to explore their darker side with the stand-alone release of Dishonored: Death of the Outsider. Should you embrace the darkness of the shadows, or hang up your blades for good? Check out our review to find out!

Yakuza Kiwami Review – Way of the Dragon

Yakuza Kiwami Review – Way of the Dragon

Yakuza Kiwami is a remastered version of the original Yakuza game that launched back in 2006. Boasting newly recorded audio, additional side content, and vastly improved graphics, is it worth another trip to Kamurocho, or should the old games stay gone?

Agents Of Mayhem Review – Repetitive Chaos

Agents Of Mayhem Review – Repetitive Chaos

Volition’s Saints Row franchise has long been known for its over-the-top chaos and colorful characters. Stepping slightly away from the Saints Row universe, Agents of Mayhem promises to deliver much of the same – with a vibrant cast of characters and its trademark humorous narrative. But with four games already under the franchises’ belt, does Agents of Mayhem do enough to make it worth the purchase?

Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice Review – Disturbingly Brilliant

Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice Review – Disturbingly Brilliant

Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice is a deep, disturbing and often eye opening journey through loss, self discovery and mental illness. The protagonist, Senua, spends much of the game battling inner demons as psychosis takes grip in a dark and unforgiving world fueled by Nordic mythology. She begins her journey with one goal, to reclaim the lost soul of her lover from the very depths of Helheim itself. And while this 8-10 hour journey may appear short to an outsider, it’s ability to grip and immerse you from start to finish creates an enjoyably exhausting and thrilling experience that rivals anything out of Ninja Theory in the past

Infinite Minigolf Review

Infinite Minigolf Review

Zen Studios’ Infinite Minigolf’s multi-platform release is here. Promising near endless variety, tons of customization options, and enough hole in ones to make even the great Norman Manley’s record seem minuscule. Cute and colorful characters, vibrant themes, and one of the most impressive course creation tools in the genre, is Infinite Minigolf worth the tiny price tag of $14.99? Check out our Infinite Minigolf review to find out!

Aven Colony Review – City Building In The Stars

Aven Colony Review – City Building In The Stars

Mothership Entertainment hopes to take the city building simulation genre to new heights, as they reach for the stars with the release of Aven Colony. Embracing the core of sim management and construction and infusing it with a refreshing science-fiction setting sounds like the perfect remedy for the otherwise predictable nature and setting of this genre. Did they reach a little too high, or is Aven Colony worthy of a place in the stars? Read our review to find out!

Yonder: The Cloud Catcher Chronicles Review

Yonder: The Cloud Catcher Chronicles Review

Prideful Sloth’s first foray into the gaming space, Yonder: The Cloud Catcher Chronicles, promises to offer players a vibrant open-world adventure as they explore distinct environments, encounter cutesy creatures, and build a farm of their dreams. It is a game without the trials and tribulations of combat, a game that hopes to immerse with creativity and freedom. Just one big question remains: Is Yonder: The Cloud Catcher Chronicles worth the time and money?

The Golf Club 2 Review – Skip to the 19th Hole

The Golf Club 2 Review – Skip to the 19th Hole

Boasting cutting-edge swing mechanics, over 100,000 courses, and a robust course creation tool, The Golf Club 2 tees up to be the perfect golfing game on paper. Does it deliver, or is this one double bogey you’ll forget to add to your scorecard?

Prey Review

Prey Review

The original Prey was released back in 2006, and while it was received well by critics and gamers alike, it took some time for Bethesda Softworks’ sci-fi thriller to return. With Dishonored’s Arkane Studios taking the helm for this long-awaited reboot, there’s plenty of pedigree to pull it off, but do we really want a Dishonored in space?

Dreamfall Chapters PS4 Review

Dreamfall Chapters PS4 Review

Dreamfall Chapters is an episodic adventure game that pays tribute to the point and click games of yesteryear, with a modern take on exploration, character interaction, and a vibrant game world. It’s the third game in The Longest Journey franchise, following on from The Longest Journey and Dreamfall: The Longest Journey, and was originally released between 2014 and 2016 on PC. Offering two parallel universes with unique themes, characters, and environments, has Dreamfall Chapters stood the test of time or is this one for the history books?

Yooka-Laylee Review – A New Game For An Older Generation

Yooka-Laylee Review – A New Game For An Older Generation

With some of gaming’s top talents joining forces to form Playtonic Games, it was no surprise that the Kickstarter for Banjo-Kazooie’s spiritual successor broke records but can the platforming nostalgia of yesteryear still deliver a worthwhile experience in this day and age?

Mass Effect Andromeda Review

Mass Effect Andromeda Review

BioWare’s fabled action RPG makes its return, as Mass Effect Andromeda makes for the fourth title in BioWare’s award-winning franchise. Controversy surrounded the game even before its official release, but does the emergence of a new galaxy present a worthy new experience, or should you stay far, far away?