The Dark Pictures: The Devil in Me PC Review The Dark Pictures Anthology, a series of standalone horror games fans know as some of the most immersive and interactive experiences in the genre, recently released its fourth installment. The Devil in Me is the final “episode” of the anthology’s first season and takes its plot
Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales on PC It’s hard to believe, but it’s been two years since the PlayStation 5 launched and heralded the start of a new generation of consoles. The console launch was bumpy to say the least as many gamers couldn’t and still can’t make the next step in PlayStation gaming. Combine that
Two Point Campus on PC As an avid fan of the sim/builder/tycoon genre, Two Point Campus was the game for me. However, I’ll admit I had some mediocre expectations considering I couldn’t seem to get excited about its predecessor, Two Point Hospital. I’m happy to say I was pleasantly surprised by Two Point Campus as
Escape Academy Review on PC For good reason, escape rooms have become a staple of entertainment around the world in recent years. Here was a shared experience with friends or family that could test your critical thinking and puzzle-solving skills, with an often interesting premise to give things that narrative flair. However, instead of doing
David Leitch’s latest film, Bullet Train, rolls into the station on August 5th, but is it worth the ride? Bullet Train Review When I got on the bullet train, I didn’t know what to expect. While I kept seeing people cheering the trailers with excitement, I wasn’t entirely thrilled as this crazy style of filming
Stray: Kitty Gone Cyber City on PC Many of my favorite moments from games set in dystopian cyberpunk settings are simply weaving through the city streets. I am endlessly fascinated by their dingy confines, lit by bright neon signs advertising a product or service at odds with the atmosphere of despondency emanating from the shadows.
Stray on PC Many of my favorite moments from games set in dystopian cyberpunk settings are simply weaving through the city streets. I am endlessly fascinated by their dingy confines, lit by bright neon signs advertising a product or service at odds with the atmosphere of despondency emanating from the shadows. Stray offers one of
Endling: Extinction is forever on PC Endling: Extinction Is Forever is the kind of game that you know will eventually make you howl from the first few seconds. You play as the last surviving mother fox on earth and must do whatever it takes to ensure the survival of your tiny and incredibly cute litter.
Live a Live on Switch Live A Live is unlike any JRPG I’ve ever played. It was way ahead of its time when it was released in Japan for the Super Famicom in 1994, and it’s a shame the rest of the world didn’t get to see it then. Luckily, Square Enix decided it was
Story of Seasons: Pioneers of Olive Town on PS4 As one of the sequels to Harvest Moon, Story of Seasons: Pioneers of Olive Town combines all your favorite simulation games into one with its intricate game mechanics and fun social interactions. As with other parts of the franchise, you can maintain and manage a farm