It’s probably one of the most entertaining Lego games I’ve played in a long time. Continue reading Bad guys make for good times in Lego DC Super-Villains
After a drastic change to the gameplay, We Happy Few has finally made it’s much anticipated debut on PC and Xbox One. Continue reading Review: We Happy Few
Having played both Life is Strange and Life is Strange: Before the Storm, I should have known what a minefield of emotion I was walking into. But I didn’t. Like an idiot. Continue reading The Awesome Adventures of Captain Spirit beautifully blends childlike optimism with a somber reality
Much of my early life can be marked with memories of Street Fighter games along the way. Continue reading Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection: Bring back the brawlers
If you’ve never played a Quantic Dream game before, here’s what you need to know before starting Detroit: Become Human. Continue reading Detroit: Become Human rises up against the darkest parts of humanity
In a world full of zombie games, how does one more title survive? Continue reading State of Decay 2 is tense, violent and satisfying but a little buggy
Friendships are complicated.
But they’re especially complicated when one of you is a caped crusader hoping to rid the streets of crime and the other is an impressionable psychopath with homicidal tendencies. Continue reading Telltale’s Batman: The Enemy Within is slightly dysfunctional but still enjoyable