Reviews

Galaxy S6

Samsung Galaxy S6 Review Roundup: Is The New Smartphone Top Of The Android Class In 2015?

Mar 31, 2015 03:32 PM EDT

Smartphones iterate each year, but it seems like Samsung might have made something special this time around.

Bloodborne

Bloodborne Review Roundup: Is From Software's Twist On 'Dark Souls' As Challenging & Deep As Its Predecessor?

Mar 30, 2015 04:40 PM EDT

From Software launched a new IP much in the vein of Dark Souls--does it carry the same successes?

Axiom Verge

'Axiom Verge' Review: Not a Metroidvania Game, But A Straight-Up 'Metroid' Game

Mar 30, 2015 12:40 PM EDT

Axiom Verge hits PS4 this week, and is a 2D retro-style game that you absolutely need to play.

Pillars of Eternity

'Pillars Of Eternity' Review Roundup: Did Obsidian Strike Gold With Its Wholly Original CRPG?

Mar 29, 2015 09:31 PM EDT

Obisidian, developer of many well-received RPGs in the past, seems to have done it again with its newest effort, Pillars of Eternity.

Hand of Fate

An RPG? A Card Game? 'Hand of Fate' Is Unlike Anything You've Ever Played [REVEW]

Mar 25, 2015 09:45 AM EDT

Hand of Fate is a wonderful game, but it’s nearly impossible to describe. According to the developer it's a "card based roguelike" which may be the closest and simplest description, but it also incorporates elements of deckbuilders, RPGs, and even action titles, to become what's easily the most unique game we've had the privilege of playing in a very long time.

Spirits of Xanadu

'Spirits Of Xanadu' Review: An Unnerving Descent Into Madness On The Far Side Of The Universe

Mar 24, 2015 03:51 PM EDT

The latest game from Night Dive is an unnerving, at times frustrating and brilliant, exploration into the dark reaches of space, and our very humanity.

Homeworld

Homeworld Remastered Collection Review: Gearbox Remake Maintains The Series' Iconic Excellence

Mar 18, 2015 05:10 PM EDT

Homeworld is widely regarded as a space strategy classic, arguably best-in-genre and a trendsetter for games to come for the next decade. After playing the game (and its sequel) for the first time in Homeworld Remastered Collection, it's easy to see why. I missed out on the titles around the time of release, but this remake lovingly preserves the original games while offering remakes with modern design and visuals, keeping the iconic mystique and excellent gameplay intact.

Final Fantasy Type-0 HD

'Final Fantasy Type-0 HD' Review Roundup: What The Internet Tells Us About Square Enix's Latest

Mar 16, 2015 12:11 PM EDT

The new Final Fantasy Type-0 HD is big, ambitious, dark and gritty, with a focus on down and dirty stakes of war and all its consequences. But is it any good? Let's see what the folks who know better have to say.

Cities Skylines

Cities Skylines Review Roundup: Is This The City-Builder You've Been Waiting For?

Mar 15, 2015 01:16 PM EDT

City builders have had a rough time of late, with Sim City's disastrous launch ruining the long-time genre leader's reputation. Cities XXL is a rehash of Cities XL, and so hopes landed on Cities: Skylines. It seems that the title has come through for fans of city management, as the reviews are positive.

Warhammer Quest

Warhammer Quest Review: A Perfect PC Port Of The Hit iOS Strategy Game, But Is That Enough?

Mar 02, 2015 08:25 PM EST

Warhammer Quest is now available on Steam for PC, Mac and Linux, a perfect port of the mobile game, which was itself an adaptation of a Games Workshop board game. It's a fantastic turn-based strategy title but does it hold up on its mobile version?

Destiny

The Art Of Destiny Review: Insight Editions' Book Provides A Beautiful Look At The Concepts And Illustrations Behind Bungie's Shooter

Feb 23, 2015 07:26 PM EST

Despite any faults you may find with Destiny, one enduring positive is the game's beautiful visuals and art design. Perhaps more than any other big budget title I've seen, Destiny truly looks like concept art come to life. There may not be a plethora of worlds in the online shooter, but it's undeniable that the ones Bungie did craft are expertly drawn and beautifully imagined.

Evolve

The Art Of Evolve Review: Beautiful Book Gives You More Backstory For The Game Than Turtle Rock's Game Itself

Feb 21, 2015 08:30 AM EST

Reading this beautiful book, put together through a collaboration between Turtle Rock Studios and Insight Edition, you get a much deeper look into the design process than you might expect.

Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate

Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate 3DS Review: An Early Game Of The Year Contender

Feb 20, 2015 08:30 AM EST

There's no hyperbole here. Capcom's Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate is not only the best game of the series, it's one of the best in the 3DS library.

Midnight Star

Midnight Star Review: F2P Shooter From Ex-Bungie Founder Is Like Halo For Your Mobile Device

Feb 17, 2015 11:56 AM EST

Bungie founder Alex Seropian has spent years making Midnight Star with his new studio Industrial Toys, and the wait was absolutely worth it. The F2P shooter captures the essence of the great console shooter and creates a mobile experience worth returning to again and again.

K65 RGB Keyboard

Corsair Gaming K65 RGB Keyboard Review: A More Portable Version Of An Incredible Mechanical Keyboard

Feb 12, 2015 03:01 PM EST

Corsair has just launched Corsair Gaming, a new division that seeks to dominate the world of high-end PC peripherals. We're taking a look at the K65, the smallest and most portable of their RGB mechanical keyboards.

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