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Cities: Skylines Parklife DLC Review
by Fox Doucette
Making Skylines the cheer-cheer-cheeriest place in all the world, "Parklife" is the newest DLC for Paradox's classic sim. Click through to find out what we think about Cities: Skylines "Parklife."
by Ashley Gill
MachiaVillain's unique take on the management sim genre is hard to put down, but not all that glitters is gold (or in this case, not everything that glitters grants Prestige).
Destiny 2 : Warmind Expansion Review
by Joe Garcia
Warmind, the recent DLC expansion to Destiny 2, is a great step in the right direction for Bungie, but it does fall short in many ways.
Strange Journey Redux Review: Shin Megami Tensei Repackaged Fun
Shin Megami Tensei: Strange Journey Redux storms its way onto the 3DS, reminding gamers that jumping over to new ports can bring new triumphs!
Forgotton Anne Review – A Real Puzzle Adventure
Forgotton Anne beautifully weaves 2D animation into a compelling adventure, that seems like fun but becomes something of a controller hassle from time to time
Donkey Kong: Tropical Freeze (Nintendo Switch) Review
by Joseph Ocasio
Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze makes its debut on the Switch, and it's still worth going bananas for.
Assassin's Creed Rogue Remastered Review: A Worthy Upgrade or Cheap Templar Trick?
by Miles T
Despite a promising narrative and established gameplay structure, Assassin's Creed Rogue Remastered fails to innovate from its predecessor or meaningfully improve upon its original release.
Pillars of Eternity II Deadfire Review: Fight the Gods, Sail the Seas, Save Your Soul
by Ty Arthur
Clear your calendars, folks, because the RPG of the year has arrived.
Light Fall Review: A Unique Platformer That Suffers From a Few Glaring Mishaps
by Autumn Fish
Light Fall is a 2D Platformer that smoothly delivers on an innovative new concept but fails to live up to its potential.
For the King Review: For Those Seeking the Hard Life
For the King has compelling visual style, cool combat mechanics, and a co-op mode, but suffers from an extreme level of difficulty and RNG nonsense.
Korgan Review: Dungeons and Draggin'
Despite a few novel ideas, Korgan fails itself with clunky controls, antiquated gameplay, and mindless combat.
All Our Asias: When Less Is More
by Jeffrey Rousseau
When a game like All Our Asias wants to deliver a heavy message, it does so with minimalism and delicate aesthetic choices.
God of War Review: With Age Comes Wisdom
by Jonathan Moore
Deep with allegory and underpinned by rich combat, God of War stands triumphant as a narrative masterwork. This is what it means for video games to grow up.
BattleTech Review -- Bringing FASA's Tabletop Glory to the PC
by Ty Arthur
Harebrained Schemes finally gives fans a faithful recreation of the tabletop mech combat series!
Frostpunk Review: Steampunk Aesthetics of the Modern Ice Age
Both in technical execution and gameplay design, Frostpunk is practically flawless. It's incredibly complex and may create an illusion of great moral pressure, and that's the beauty of it!
Dead in Vinland Review: A Saga Worthy of Fame & Fortune
by Jonathan Moore
Dead in Vinland's punishing gameplay and deep survival management systems make it an experience worthy of attention from fans of the genre.
Masters of Anima Review -- Golems & Guardians
by Erroll Maas
Passtech Games' latest title has a well-executed concept but falls short due to lackluster magic and skill management.
Golem Gates Review: CCG/RTS Hybrid in a Technopunk Setting
Golem Gates is an innovative CCG/RTS mash-up that includes several game modes and benefits from great graphics and sound design.
TCL P-Series 55-inch TV Review: 4K Gaming on a Budget
by Ethan S (Point Blank Gaming)
Find out why TCL's P-Series is currently the best bang for your gaming buck, and the best entry point into 4K/HDR gaming.
Extinction Review: The Bigger They Are, The Harder They Fall
by William Boyd
Extinction takes inspiration from some incredible games in the genre, such as God of War and Devil May Cry -- but sadly, it fails to improve upon any of them.
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