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Features Games Reviews Spotlight 7.0

‘Super Smash Bros. Ultimate’ Review: (Mostly) Smashing Good Fun

Harry Morris
Super Smash Bros. Ultimate is unrivalled as a pick up and play beat 'em up, and a roaring celebration of all things Nintendo.
Games Indie Reviews 6.0

‘Forgotton Anne’ Review: An Adventure in Mediocrity

Kyle Rogacion
It’s never a good sign when a game makes you say “Was that it?” Forgotton Anne, developed by ThroughLine Games, does so often. As a narrative adventure set in a fantasy world of steampunk magic, it has a certain whimsical charm, but the game as a whole is utterly mediocre, both...
Games Reviews 6.0

‘Call of Cthulhu’ Review: Fun, But Crafted Without Love

Alex Aldridge
How often do you experience a video game with glaring flaws that you still enjoy, even if those flaws remain constant throughout the experience? In today’s digital world full of instant feedback and big opinions, can a game truly just be ‘fine’ anymore? Call of Cthulhu is most definitely full...
Games Red Dead Redemption Spotlight Reviews Spotlight 10.0

‘Red Dead Redemption II’ Review: The Defining Game of the Generation

John Cal McCormick
Red Dead Redemption II is beautiful, overwhelming, tedious, exhilarating, ugly, fascinating, funny, tragic, exhausting, and utterly, utterly engrossing. It's awesome in the literal sense of the word. It's also the defining game of the generation.