Category: Reviews

Ocean’s Heart Review

There’s never a dull moment for apprentice volunteer navy member Tilia. Players can join her in exploring an interconnected archipelago for clues about missing family members as well as lost treasure in this charming retro action-adventure game.

Assassin’s Creed Valhalla Review

Assassin’s Creed Valhalla builds on the open-world RPG structure of previous entries, and creates one of the most engaging experiences in the genre. While not a perfect experience of the base Xbox One console, it still holds up well as a late entry into the recent console era.

Arcante Review

Arcante revisits the first-person, party-based fantasy RPGs of the ’80s and ’90s. Does it revitalise this niche genre, or does its ambition fall short?

Sakuna: Of Rice and Ruin Review

Sakuna: Of Rice and Ruin is a game made up of equal parts rice farming and trouncing baddies. Is it fertile enough ground for a satisfying experience to take root or will players only reap the withered husks of disappointment?

Cyberpunk 2077 Review

Cyberpunk 2077 was easily one of this year’s most anticipated titles and has managed to just sneak into 2020. Considering all of the issues the game has, it might have been better if it didn’t.

Empire of Sin Review

This roaring twenties role playing game combines diplomacy, strategy, and fluid combat. But is it the bee’s knees or does this ambitious attempt come up short?

Chronos: Before the Ashes Review

Chronos: Before the Ashes is an action RPG in which players need to traverse a labyrinth by solving puzzles and killing enemies in order to face a dragon. While some games feature heroes growing older, this one handles the aging process rather differently.

Monster Strike Review

Some strikes are big hits, and others are misses. It all depends on the game being played. So what happens when you add a ton of monsters to the mixi? Will it be a swing and a miss, or a ten-pin slam?

Yakuza: Like a Dragon Review

A new protagonist appears! Move over Kazuma Kiryu because Kasuga Ichiban has stolen the spotlight! Yakuza: Like a Dragon has a new kid in town, but is he ready to take on the reins of becoming the next dragon?