Featuring magic, mechanical wonders, and a heaping dose of manga influences, SEGA’s Valkyria Revolution takes a look at an alternate-reality Europe. Should you take the fight to the Ruzi Empire, or is it more of a losing battle?
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?
Known for their stylish shooters, Housemarque is turning their attention to the top-down shooting genre with Nex Machina. Should you welcome these evil robot overlords into your life, or is this title more of a malfunction?
After a long wait, Tequila Works finally released their indie game RiME. Is this adventure worth the money, or should you just skip it altogether? Check out our review to help you make your decision
With decades of experience under their belt, Codemasters returns to the world of rallycross racing in DiRT 4. Does this title live up to its heritage, or are you better off not taking the wheel?
The King of Iron Fist Tournament is back with Bandai Namco’s 3D fighter Tekken 7. A love letter to the series and fighting games as a whole, should you get ready for the next battle?
Samurai Warriors: Spirit of Sanada of the newest iteration of the Samurai Warriors series to hit in the United States. Is the focus on the Sanada clan enough to make the game interesting, or is it just like every other Samurai Warriors game out there? Check out our review to find out
PQube and Arc System Works are back for another dose of Guilty Gear action in Guilty Gear Xrd: REV 2. Packing new characters, stages, and more, should you get ready to rock?
Dark Souls has spawned a sub genre, and The Surge bravely enters the ring to compete there. Does it leave the arena victorious or does it fall like many before it? Check out our The Surge Review here and find out
A unique take on the fighting game genre, Team Reptile’s Lethal League has players whacking around a ball at Mach-1 speeds. Is this competitive platforming title the biggest thing since Nintendo’s Super Smash Bros series?
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?
Arcade racers full of smashing and crashing may have taken a back seat to sim-based titles as of late, but Kylotonn Games and Strategy First are bringing them back with FlatOut 4: Total Insanity. Should you hit the nitro, or is this racer a lemon?