The Lost Robots is a solid addition to the Bear With Me saga, not doing anything spectacularly new, but not breaking the formula for the sake of it.
Now you can finally own all of the good Darksiders games on the Switch, for better or for worse.
A classic Star Wars game in its own right, Star Wars Jedi Knight II: Jedi Outcast is one of the most fun implementations of lightsabers in videogame form you’re likely to play, and still holds up 17 years later.
Like an ambitious explorer that bites off more than they can chew, Greedfall is a heap of trouble of an adventure that never quite gets there. Its setting is one of the best you’ll see this year, but its execution leaves much to be desired, as it does very little to stray away from the conventional action-adventure RPG formula set by other games with much bigger budgets and teams.
Even though there’s still ways to go before it’s a true newbie friendly experience, Madden 20 is as close to easy to pick up as it has ever been before.
Lingering issues from the first game are still present and mire an otherwise strong follow-up to The Surge.
Batbarian is a self-described “action-adventure puzzle romp through the shadowy depths of a cave.” It’s also pretty silly. Also, a big wide, interconnected map to explore, which is always a plus for me. I played an early build recently, and based on what I’ve seen, Batbarian‘s looking good. The game begins with our protagonist regaling…
It’s the boys turn to be damsels in distress in one of the best looking beat ‘em ups to date.
PAX West wrapped up a couple weeks ago. As my first time attending, it was surprising just how different it felt from E3. PAX being a properly public-facing show, the whole event felt a lot more adjusted for general attendees, with lines moving quickly (I could actually spend my free time on the floor trying…