Embers Adrift is the new kid on the block, having released after years in development last month by developer Stormhaven Studios. But does it stack up well, and is it worth the asking price and recurring subscription? Here's our review.
Dual Universe is ambitious. It aims to create a living, breathing player-driven universe where every interaction is driven by the players, but ultimately falls well short thanks to an unpolished, unfinished experience.
God of War Ragnarok follows up 2018's excellent installment in the franchise, putting players back in the shoes of Kratos. Big shoes to fill again, so does Ragnarok deliver a thrilling conclusion to the duology? Read on in our review.
Robin has been plodding along in Wrath of the Lich King Classic since it launched last month, and has now gotten to a point where she can render a verdict. Does the World of Warcraft Classic expansion hold up? Find out in our review.
Victoria 3 is a behemoth of a strategy simulation, and Bradford has spent nearly 60 hours diving headlong into the politics and economics of the Victorian Age. So how does it hold up and is it a worthy addition to Paradox's lineup?
The Last Hero of Nostalgaia, the Souls-like adventure from indie developer Over the Moon, is set to release on PC and the Xbox family of consoles on Wednesday, October 19th. But how does it stack up against titans in the genre? Mitch explores in his review.
Indie developer Siege Camp has been working on Foxhole for five years now. With the Inferno 1.0 update, their sandbox MMO military sim has left boot camp (aka Early Access) and headed to the front lines as a full release on Steam. How does it stack up?
Xenoblade Chronicles 3 released on Nintendo Switch on July 29th and since then we've been putting the hulking JRPG through its paces. Check out Garrick's thoughts on more than 100 hours in the world of Aionios.
On the surface, Tower of Fantasy epitomizes the best of what players should expect from an anime-inspired MMO-lite. After several weeks within the game, it's time to lay all the cards on the table. It's time to anchor this fantasy back to reality.
Chimeraland, developed by Pixel Soft and published by Level Infinite, launched last month in North America. It is a sandbox MMO that mashes up various systems from monster hunting to survival-style building. While the game feels unpolished, it does have a lot of depth to the gameplay. Check out Kevin's review.