Minecraft Story Mode: Season Two Episode Five Review

Minecraft Story Mode: Season Two Episode Five Review

Jesse’s struggles against the evil admin come to a head in the fifth episode of Telltale’s Minecraft Story Mode: Season Two. Does this final chapter end things on a high note, or does it come off feeling a little disjointed?

Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite Review

Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite Review

Combining the worlds of Marvel and Capcom once more, Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite tries its hand at creating something different. The fleshed out Story Mode and Infinity Stone mechanic might be new to the series, but are they enough to make this fighter stand out?

A Hat in Time Review

A Hat in Time Review

The adventures of Hat Kid have made their way to consoles with the release of Gears for Breakfast’s A Hat in Time. Taking a number of elements from the platformers of old, does this collectathon hold a candle to the greats?

Minecraft: Story Mode Season Two Episode Four Review

Minecraft: Story Mode Season Two Episode Four Review

Jesse and their ragtag group of friends have found themselves in new territory in the fourth episode of Minecraft: Story Mode Season Two. While the setting has potential, the execution present here leaves something to be desired

Hand of Fate 2 Review – A Winning Hand

Hand of Fate 2 Review – A Winning Hand

Defiant Development is at it once again as they attempt to push the boundaries of a multitude of genres with their sequel to Hand of Fate. Hand of Fate 2 is a cocktail, a menagerie, a mix and match of mechanics and features from multiple genres thrown into a cauldron and whipped up into something new entirely – but diversity is not always a good thing. Does Hand of Fate 2 improve on the ground-breaking advancements made with the original, or did the team spread these mechanics a little too thin?

Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus Review

Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus Review

After the Wolfenstein reboot in 2014, Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus attempts to bring the series forward again. Does Wolfenstein II do enough to make it a solid game in 2017, or is it a franchise best left in the past? Check out our review and find out

Assassin’s Creed Origins Review – A Work of Art

Assassin’s Creed Origins Review – A Work of Art

Assassin’s Creed Origins is a modern work of art. Aesthetically it’s a masterpiece, but while many elements of the franchise have come leaps and bounds in the last couple of years, other parts remain stagnant. It leaves a far more exciting legacy in its wake than previous games, and demonstrates Ubisoft’s true abilities when given the time to create something truly inspiring

Life is Strange: Before the Storm Episode 2 Review – It’s My Party and I’ll Cry if I Want to

Life is Strange: Before the Storm Episode 2 Review – It’s My Party and I’ll Cry if I Want to

“Hello darkness, my old friend.” …At least that’s what I was murmuring to myself after my disastrous encounter with the first episode in the fan-favorite series. To be perfectly honest, it was difficult to play Life is Strange: Before the Storm Episode 2 without fearing for the worst. And alas… the worst has come to pass and the storm surge has washed away whatever little there was to salvage in this series

South Park: The Fractured But Whole Review – Ludicrously Fantastic

South Park: The Fractured But Whole Review – Ludicrously Fantastic

It has been some time since the funniest part of a South Park game was throwing yellow snowballs at your friends, but here we are, nearly 20 years down the line and the colorful cast of characters still promises to entertain. Building on the precipice that South Park videogames can be both a good quality videogame and a good quality South Park product, South Park: The Fractured But Whole looks to build on the success of its predecessor. Are we all a little too old for fart jokes and potty humor, or do South Park’s timeless characters prove to be heroes after all?

The Evil Within 2 Review – Every Bullet Counts

The Evil Within 2 Review – Every Bullet Counts

Three years after the release of the original, The Evil Within 2 has launched, promising more creepiness. With the survival horror genre fading, can The Evil Within 2 help bring the genre back? Check out our review and find out what we thought

Middle-earth: Shadow of War (Legendary) Review

Middle-earth: Shadow of War (Legendary) Review

Middle-earth: Shadow of War promises to build on the solid foundations set by its predecessor with an evolution of the iconic Nemesis System, all new areas to explore, and the ability to take the fight to Sauron’s door with an army of your own making. Has Monolith Productions done The Lord of the Rings franchise proud, or is this one loot box you shouldn’t open?