The Division 2 – Final Review

More than any freshly launched shared-world shooter to date, Tom Clancy’s The Division 2 presents a polished, well-thought-out initial progression path with at least some gas left in the tank after the fact. Its great gunplay, worthwhile loot, and beautiful

Left Alive Review

Left Alive tries to be so, so many things: a stealth game, a military thriller, a third-person shooter, and an urban survival adventure. And yet it fails on every level, including at performing acceptably on a PC above the recommended

One Piece World Seeker Review

I love One Piece. I love its world, its characters, its and its sense of humor, all of which are wonderfully realized in One Piece World Seeker. As an original and interactive One Piece adventure, World Seeker actually delivers a

Devil May Cry 5 Review

The first Devil May Cry sparked my love of action games in general, but as the series has gone on it’s kept that place in my heart because they aren’t just about killing every enemy in a room. They’re about

The Occupation Review

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Assassin's Creed Odyssey DLC – Legacy of the First Blade: Bloodline Review

As the third and final episode of Assassin’s Creed Odyssey’s Legacy of the First Blade DLC, Bloodline is a satisfying conclusion to the self-contained machinations that were set in motion back in December of last year. While most of the

Dead or Alive 6 Review

After more than 20 years, five mainline games, and plenty of special editions and spinoffs, the Dead or Alive series of fighting games is very much a known quantity. Women (and some men) in suggestive costumes beat each other up

Ape Out Review

Ape Out is Hotline Miami on an intense diet of bananas and Buddy Rich records; a top-down simian splatterfest set to a superb soundtrack of jazzy drums and crashing cymbals, bundled into an extremely elegant and cool package. Blending elements

Devotion Review

Some horror games offer little more than cheap jump-scares and buckets of gore, but Devotion is the kind of psychological horror with the potential to keep you thinking for weeks after you’ve beaten it. It’s expertly-paced and doesn’t stick around

Trials Rising Review

I’ve long since stopped physically leaning into my turns while playing racing games, but something about the Trials series still has me twisting and jumping in my seat as if doing so will just give my rider that little bump