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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.

(Review) The Killing Game Returns for a 3rd Semester in ‘Danganronpa V3: Killing Harmony’

The game has a lot of the same quirks as earlier titles including it’s over the top cast, comic book art style, and twist-loving plot. However, it also comes with a lot of the same problems, and for every good thing there’s something less enjoyable to go with it.

‘A Hat in Time’ Hits All the Right Notes to Become an Instant Classic

Gears for Breakfast has done a fantastic job of revisiting an old genre with a new, fresh perspective.

‘Yono and the Celestial Elephants’ Oddly Succeeds In Mixing Gameplay Simplicity With Philosophical Sophistication

Though the dichotomies of 'Yono and the Celestial Elephants' present a strange time, they also make for a very pleasant way to pass it.

‘Stranger Things: The Game’ is surprisingly well-made and hard to put down

Step into the upside down with Stranger Things: The Game, available on iOS and Android, and catch a glimpse of season 2 in time for Halloween

Painful : ‘The Land of Pain’ Review

Alessandro Guzzo has attempted to create the latest game to do the horror legend of Lovecraft justice with 'The Land of Pain'.
Earth Atlantis Review

‘Earth Atlantis’ Rises from the Wreckage

Earth Atlantis is a beautiful monochrome world that is just aching to be explored.

‘Oxenfree’ – A Stunning Technical Accomplishment That Is Haunting and Altogether Exquisite

Night School Studios created a new supernatural thriller that has some of the best sound design in years, and now it’s available to play on the Nintendo Switch.

‘Gundam Versus’ Puts You Into the Combat Zone

Gundam Versus is the latest installment in one of Japan’s most popular arcade titles, and it’s the first console version to be released overseas in almost 15 years.

‘Destiny 2’ Review Part Two: The Endless Endgame

A few missteps aside, Destiny 2 truly built and improved upon what came before.

‘Deemo’: A Harmonious Melody

Deemo has been ported to Nintendo Switch, and there has never been a better time to jump into this mesmerizing recital.