Stepping aside from the hugely successful Xenoverse formula, Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot looks to offer a deeper and more meaningful insight into the world of Dragon Ball, giving players a glimpse into the stories and lives of of its colorful supporting cast
After first launching on PC, Ancestors: The Humankind Odyssey has finally arrived on the PlayStation 4. Is this survival game worth checking out, or should you play something else? Check out our review here
Cheese, wine, a perfect dry-aged steak – some things get better with time, but can the same be said for Shenmue III? Fans have waited nearly two decades for the continuation of Ryo’s story, and after a record-breaking Kickstarter, it’s finally here. Does it live up to nearly 20 years of expectations?
Need for Speed is one of the most beloved franchises in racing, but recent additions have been struggling to find the right gear. Need for Speed Heat hopes to return the franchise to its former glory with an insane amount of character and vehicle customization, the return of epic encounters with the police, and enough cars to fill a parking garage. Is this a return to form for the series?
From the creative mind of that one dude that started the Metal Gear franchise way back in the 80s comes a game that is as divisive as it is mysterious: Death Stranding. Boasting a stellar cast with the likes of Norman Reedus, Mads Mikkelsen and Tommie Earl Jenkins, Death Stranding is the result of creativity gone wild. A huge budget, an incredible soundtrack, massive celebrity names…it’s got everything, but is it any good?
Infinity Ward and Activision hope to deliver a return to form for Call of Duty with the latest release of the franchise. Does the realistic and gritty approach provide enough of a fresh take on a stagnating genre, or is Call of Duty: Modern Warfare much more of the same?
AiAi and the rest of his primate pals are back in action with the release of SEGA’s Super Monkey Ball: Banana Blitz HD. A lot has happened since its debut on the Wii in 2006 – does it prove to be more fun than a barrel full of you-know-whats?
Obsidian Entertainment looks to the stars with the release of The Outer Worlds, a science-fiction, first-person RPG. This title will give players the chance to build a family of space-faring misfits, tackle the challenges of the struggling Halcyon colony, and forge your own path in one of this year’s most anticipated releases. Does it live up to expectations?
Raising over $2,000,000 on Indiegogo, Lab Zero Games and 505 Games’ Indivisible combines a passion for artistic quality with an innovative take on the sidescrolling platform genre. Blending turn-based RPG combat, thrilling platforming, and an intriguing tale of self discovery and growth, does Indivisible live up to its high expectations?
After a little more than a year, Frostpunk finally arrives on consoles. Is this survival city management game worth checking out, or should you let it slip on by? Check out our review and find out
After a nearly two year wait, Concrete Genie makes its way to the PlayStation 4. Is this action-adventure game worth the investment, or should you look elsewhere for your next gaming hit? Check out our review and find out
Bandai Namco returns with another title heavily influenced by the hugely successful Dark Souls formula: the dark and gritty Code Vein. Offering a more direct narrative, a post-apocalyptic dystopian world, and a story heavily influenced by vampiric lore, does it stand up to the high expectations of the genre?