Zombie Army 4: Dead War

Zombie Army 4: Dead War is the fourth installment in the Zombie Army series, which is a spin off of the Sniper Elite Series. Sounds like a lot right? Thankfully, you don’t need to know all of the back story of the three earlier games or…

Revita (Switch) Review

Revita belongs to that category of roguelikes that is simple to learn and hard to master. Its world and features expand over time as you acquire new materials, blueprints, and souls within the depths of its labyrinth. There's a beautiful…

Star Wars: The Force Unleashed (Switch) Review

When Star Wars: The Force Unleashed released in 2008, it was a major player in an effort to keep Star Wars going with new stories following the conclusion of the prequel trilogy in 2005. Alongside Dave Filoni’s Clone Wars theatrical film…

Galactic Civilizations 4 review

Our Verdict Galactic Civilizations 4 is a vast and dependable grand space strategy. But there's little here that radical, and expect to meet it halfway. Galactic Civilizations 4 bills itself as the most accessible game in…

The Stanley Parable: Ultra Deluxe review

Our Verdict A delightful update that fills the original game with even more humorous and thoughtful rabbit holes to get lost in. I've never given much thought to the "skip dialogue" button in a videogame, but after…

MLB The Show 22 (Switch) Review

The state of Major League Baseball video games on Nintendo platforms has been dire for a long time. Nintendo Switch saw the release of the sloppy RBI Baseball revival, but the last true sim-styled MLB game was back on the Wii in 2012 from…

Teardown review

Our Verdict An endlessly delightful destruction sandbox. It would be so, so easy to write off Teardown as just a tech demo. A simple framework of maps, tools and missions built to show off developer Dennis Gustaffson's…

Nobody Saves the World (Switch) Review

Drinkbox Studios has a pedigree in crafting zany, stylistic metroidvanias ever since their initial release of Guacamelee back in 2013. Since then, they have continued to hone their craft, creating new worlds and goofy but lovable…

MotoGP 22 review

Our Verdict A documentary format worth expanding and repeating, more assists, and the same rough but rewarding racing. Modern MotoGP is in a golden era. 2021 saw eight different winners across 18 races, and so far this…