Tag: open-world

Aug
20

REVIEW: The Church in the Darkness

Exemplary proof of how concept means nothing when there’s barely any execution to praise

Jun
27

PREVIEW: Triton Survival

Saving Earth, one unit of Uranium at a time … .

Jun
19

REVIEW: The LEGO Movie 2 Videogame

The LEGO Movie videogame sequel, following the release of The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part, surprises players with a departure from the tried-and-true LEGO gameplay formula, but are these changes welcome?

Jun
14

REVIEW: Pathologic 2

Pathologic 2 is one of the most unique experiences you’ll ever have.

Jun
01

PREVIEW: Gaia

Survival-crafting on humanity’s ancestral homeworld, or something like that, anyway.

May
09

REVIEW: Fade to Silence

While the game’s approach to the survival genre is a welcome attempt, ultimately it leaves the player feeling a little cold.

Apr
05

REVIEW: Generation Zero

A premise so original that it ends up being disappointingly generic

Feb
10

REVIEW: Dragon Quest XI – Echoes of an Elusive Age

Dragon Quest 11 is the newest game in an old series, and one that proves that it still has a lot to offer.

Jan
21

REVIEW: Lucius III

From the depths of hell comes a careful purchase recommendation.

Nov
07

REVIEW: Spintires: MudRunner: American Wilds

You wanted trucks! You got ’em. You want muck! we have it. Get deep down and dirty with the new MudRunner: American Wilds.