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Starfield Review - Written In The Stars

Jason is finally ready to render a verdict on Bethesda's latest open-world RPG, Starfield. Does it reach for the stars or crash back to Earth?

Baldur's Gate 3 Review

Baldur's Gate 3 is, without burying the lede, a modern masterpiece. After more than 130 hours, Bradford is ready to render his final verdict.

Strategy Session: Total War: Warhammer 3: Shadows of Change DLC Review

Creative Assembly is releasing the new Total War: Warhammer III: Shadows of Change DLC this week. It includes three new legendary lords, several new units, and campaign mechanics. Is it enough to keep players engaged? Check out Kevin's review to learn more.

Armored Core VI: Fires of Rubicon Review

Armored Core VI: Fires of Rubicon is everything you should want in a mech game. Nick explains why in his review.

Side Quests: Stray Gods: The Roleplaying Musical Review

A video game taking the form of a Broadway musical is a much rarer affair, and Stray Gods is a perfect example of what makes that adaptation so difficult. Yet, it has a lot going right for it, and is a fun experience.

Pikmin 4 Review - Side Quests

Pikmin 4 brings the real-time strategy gameplay the series has been known for, taking players along with the space-faring Pikmin's latest expedition. But how does it all hold up?

Exoprimal Review

Exoprimal is a game that if he didn't have game pass, Ryan might not have given it a real look. But, it's one of those titles that offers a solid gameplay loop - a looter shooter with dinosaurs thrown into the mix. Here is our belated review of Exoprimal.

Review: WrestleQuest Comes Off The Top Rope With A Solid Debut Effort

WrestleQuest brings the world of wrestling to a turn-based RPG, combining the two rather seamlessly into a solid first effort. Jason breaks down the nostalgia-fueled, pro wrestling - RPG hybrid down in his latest review.

The RPG Files: Dragon Quest Treasures Review - PC Edition

Dragon Quest has a new spin-off on PC, Dragon Quest Treasures. Scott jumped into the RPG headlong to get his anime Indiana Jones on, looking for treasure in the rich Dragon Quest universe. Here is our review of the PC version.

Neverwinter Re-Review

Mitch revisits Neverwinter for the first time since 2021, giving the D&D MMO a re-review to see how it holds up after ten years. From the new player experience to the darkest reaches of the Underdark, Mitch takes us through the MMO as it stands today.

Arcadian Atlas Review - Lite Tactics

Arcadian Atlas is inspired by the tactics RPGs of yesteryear. Nick, our resident tactics RPG fan, puts the indie RPG through its paces.

Remnant II Review

Gunfire Games is back with Remnant 2. This is great for fans of the first Remnant game and new players looking for a new challenge. Remnant 2 returns to the post-apocalyptic world torn apart by the Root. Armed with new archetypes, Kevin has been hopping between worlds to find out why the Root still exists. Check out his review.

Side Quests: Harmony: The Fall of Reverie Review

By allowing the player to see the consequences of their choices, does Harmony: The Fall of Reverie's define the future of its intertwining genres?

Crash Team Rumble Review: A Raucous Good Time

Back at Summer Game Fest Play Days, one demo seemed to elicit more cheers and shouts from attendees than any other: Crash Team Rumble. Every match played throughout the weekend sounded like the final minute of an NBA Finals game, with loud whooping and anguished cries of defeat echoing through the entire pavilion. If the demo was that fun, surely the full release will be the same, right?

Black Desert Land of the Morning Light Review

It's been just over a week since the Land of the Morning Light expansion launched for Black Desert Online, bringing the new location and boss blitz mode to the MMO. Lowry has spent time fighting each boss and checking out the blitz - here is our final review.