It's bold. It's brash. It looks like Outrun. How does this Danganronpa-like murder mystery hold up?
It feels like heresy these days to say anything nice about Cyberpunk 2077. Do I dare to eat a peach?
Take one part card game, throw in a dash of collectability and season with some online multiplayer, and you've got Dominion Online.
On paper, Disco Elysium's a real tough sell. A murder mystery that looks like classic Fallout but lacks combat, only has four areas, and requires you to read a ton of dialogue and narration? Who green-lighted this?
Genshin Impact (2020) review: it’s a F2P, shameless rip of Breath of the Wild that’s just way too good
You wanted Breath of the Wild 2? You got it. Or, as someone said elsewhere, Breath of the Waifus 2.
Necrobarista puts in a lot of work crafting a coffee shop where the dead meet the living. But does its most important element - the story - hold up or is it stuck in limbo?
On the surface, Control's a great game. But when you go a bit deeper...
It took me over twenty years to finish Maniac Mansion. I started back in 1989, got stumped, and forgot about it until a few years ago.
Death Come True starts off with the ringing of a rotary phone.
The biggest complaint that I’d heard going into Final Fantasy XIII was that the game was “too linear.” If only that stopped me then...