Starfield is an enormous and impressive experience, but it struggles to make its myriad parts feel like a cohesive whole.
If you lower your expectations, Redfall is decent, mindless fun. But as a game from Arkane Studios, it’s a disappointment.
While the open world format relies too much on repetitious side activities, Ghostwire: Tokyo’s beautiful world is successful in maintaining engagement.
Doom Eternal’s reverence and reinvention of what came before it are its greatest accomplishments.
Although not a reissue of what I consider the superior version of Doom 3, this new release has the chance to introduce a whole new audience to one of the most atmospheric games of the last decade.
While not nearly the best or most accurate versions of those classic games, they’re certainly the most accessible on modern systems.
Doom Eternal is bound to set the world on fire and then chainsaw it to death yet again.
Some say that great creations never truly age, and six years is a lot in terms of videogames. In Skyrim’s case, the latest on a long-running series of ports and remasters, is a great version of the venerable fifth entry to The Elder Scrolls franchise, now on the go for the first time ever, thanks…
The Evil Within 2 is a fantastic sequel to the flawed and criminally overlooked original. Where its predecessor failed, namely in pacing and frustrating sequences, this new game manages to excel, delivering one of the most entertaining action horror experiences in quite a while. It picks up a few years after the events of the…