Category: Game Reviews

MLB The Show 17 Review 0

MLB The Show 17 Review

By Richard Wakeling Hitting a baseball might be the hardest thing to do in professional sports. It’s a feat not just reliant on athletic ability, but on skill, patience, and finely tuned mechanics. MLB...

Flatout 4: Total Insanity Review 0

Flatout 4: Total Insanity Review

By James Swinbanks For a game with the words “Total Insanity” in its title, it’s fair to expect a certain level of madness around every corner. The Flatout series’ cornerstone has always been chaos...

Thimbleweed Park Review 0

Thimbleweed Park Review

By Matt Espineli Thimbleweed Park’s premise screams Twin Peaks, though its quirky tone and hammy dialogue drive it more towards supernatural comedy than surreal, psychological thriller. It constantly breaks the fourth wall by reminding...

Dark Souls 3: The Ringed City Review 0

Dark Souls 3: The Ringed City Review

By Daniel Starkey The cobblestone pathways and towering cathedrals of the eponymous Ringed City twist and melt into one another as they fall into oblivion. Here, at the edge of the world, an old...

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Stories Untold Review

By James O’Connor The free release of The Lab Conduit starts strange and does not let up. In The Lab Conduit, you’re operating on a mysterious heart that pulsates from within the box it’s...

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Persona 5 Review

By Lucy James Click images to view in full screen Together with your friends, you infiltrate the Metaverse. Here lie physical representations of people’s personalities, called Personas–angels, demons, and monsters of all shapes and...

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Gumballs & Dungeons Mobile Review

By Jaime Skelton By Jaime Skelton (MissyS), Senior Editor Once in awhile, I’ll be taken by a mixed mood of boredom and curiosity and find myself browsing through the Google Play store. With the...

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Everything Review

By Justin Clark Imagine taking a philosophy class where a brilliant, engaging, charismatic professor opens your mind and helps you see the world like you never have before who also pauses every few minutes...

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Everything Review

By Justin Clark Imagine taking a philosophy class where a brilliant, engaging, charismatic professor opens your mind and helps you see the world like you never have before who also pauses every few minutes...