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Here in Reviews, we play games so you don't have to! No, that's stupid. What we will do, however, is provide in-depth looks at and opinions on a variety of new releases, from triple-A titles to the many unique Nindies. Our reviewers will break down the pros and cons; the rest is up to you.

‘Yomawari: Night Alone’ – Review

Horror games are weird. They're in one of the few genres where design elements can evolve, devolve, or completely change all within the span of a few years. Trends kill things very quickly in horror

‘Speedrunners’—Simple Mechanics Make For Addictive Gameplay

Speedrunners rightly encompass everything about its name. It is not a complicated game, nor does it need to be. It’s the simplicity that makes it legendary. Playing in either story mode or online multiplayer, the goal is simple; run fast, avoid traps, and destroy your opponents by running them offscreen.

Bring a Bucket: ‘Mother Russia Bleeds’

Mother Russia Bleeds Developer(s): Le Cartel Studio Publisher(s): Devolver Digital Platform(s): Windows Despite its many accomplishments throughout mankind's history, Russia is often thought of as a violent, vodka-soaked, Eastern European...

Project Highrise — Tall Aspirations

Project Highrise Developed by SomaSim Published by Kasedo Games Available on PC (Steam, GOG, Humble) Project Highrise is, in several ways, the fulfillment of a dream. If, like...

‘NBA 2K17’ is a slam dunk and the best sports game yet

NBA 2k17 is the latest entry in one of the most critically acclaimed video game series of all time -- a series that has...

‘Gears of War 4’ Doesn’t Reinvent the Wheel, But Still Offers A Fantastic Experience

Gears of War 4 Developer(s): The Coalition Publisher(s): Microsoft Studios Platform(s): Windows, Xbox One (Reviewed) Release Date: October 11, 2016 After a long wait, Xbox One owners can finally...

‘Titanfall 2’ pulls an elegant landing

There's something incredibly thrilling about how combat works in Titanfall 2, how you weave and bob, jumping wall to wall while dodging incoming fire before slingshotting yourself behind enemies and taking them out midair.

‘Guilty Gear Xrd REV 2’: The Most Beautiful Fighting Game

Guilty Gear Xrd REV 2 is one of the most beautiful fighting games out there, inviting for newcomers, but with plenty of depth for veterans.

‘Monster Hunter: Generations’ Review – Keep The Old, Add Some New

When Monster Hunter Generations was first announced that it was coming to the U.S., it looked like it was taking huge leaps to innovate...

‘Final Fantasy XV’: A Satisfying, if Schizophrenic, Ride

Final Fantasy XV is just like that. It's the American pioneer in the gold rush of the gaming world, it's a man shaking a rusty, holey pan in a river and somehow finding something beautiful in the process.