Pokemon: Let’s Go, Eevee! Review: Still Has Challenges Along The Way
8.0

Pokemon: Let’s Go, Eevee! Review: Still Has Challenges Along The Way

There I was, just one Pokémon away from defeating the champion, my friend and rival, Lorre. It had been a long road, but I was so close to victory that it would be foolish to give up now. His last Pokémon was Pidgeot, but with a catch: he could mega...

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Fallout 76 Review
6.5

Fallout 76 Review

Not The Game I Wanted But One I Enjoyed When Bethesda announced that the new installment to the Fallout franchise would be a multiplayer experience, many people — myself included — had their doubts. How will they pull this off when all other games have been so defined through a...

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Call of Cthulhu Review
7.5

Call of Cthulhu Review

(Review code provided by Evolve PR) There I was: out of breath and down to my last bullet. The mindless drones will attack me if I so much as sneeze in their direction. The group of religious zealots standing behind them isn’t filling me with confidence either. It’s now or...

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Super Mario Party: Getting this Party Back On Track
7.5

Super Mario Party: Getting this Party Back On Track

Mario Party is the type of game that needs no introduction. I have such fond memories of the original Mario Party so I was extremely excited to get my hands on the new addition to the series! Super Mario Party for the Nintendo Switch came out on October 5th and...

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SINNER: Sacrifice for Redemption (Review-in-progress)

SINNER: Sacrifice for Redemption (Review-in-progress)

C.S. Lewis once said: “The safest road to hell is the gradual one,” a sentiment very much embodied in Dark Star’s RPG infused hack ‘n’ slasher: SINNER: Sacrifice for Redemption. The world has been ravaged by meteor storms and it is up to the presumably eponymous Sinner to find out...

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Wandersong: A Song To Remember
8.5

Wandersong: A Song To Remember

Strip a game down to its core and you will generally find a pattern of playing as a character who must vanquish their foes. Many games do this via different methods, such as weapons or mystical powers. But what if I told you there was a game where instead you...

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Life is Strange 2 Episode 1: Review
9.5

Life is Strange 2 Episode 1: Review

I’m not ashamed to admit that every now and then I’ll stare at a cup with my hand stretched out, hoping to see it move or shake. Alas, my telekinetic ability is still latent, instead of my mind moving the cup, my girlfriend takes pity on me and hands it...

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Megaquarium Review: Virtually Becoming My Father
7.0

Megaquarium Review: Virtually Becoming My Father

I know, I know! This is a strange title but I grew up in a household where my father was constantly working on fish tanks. For years, I can recall hearing terms like protein skimmers, chillers, and fluorescent lights and never batted an eyelash. Now I can finally live in...

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Message in a Bottle: A Gamer’s Review of Battle for Azeroth

Message in a Bottle: A Gamer’s Review of Battle for Azeroth

It was a hot summer evening as I walked across campus, glistening with sweat. As I stopped for a moment’s respite, I sat on a bench at the edge of a lake. Tired, stressed, and yearning for my computer back home, I found myself lost in thought. It was then...

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The Messenger Review: A Retro Masterpiece
9.0

The Messenger Review: A Retro Masterpiece

Living in an age where retro is becoming its own video game genre, we are getting a surge of amazing ports and remakes of all types of nostalgic wonders. Sabotage Studio is taking this a step further by taking some of the greatest elements from classics like Metroid and Ninja...

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