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Suicide Squad: Kill The Justice League - Review In Progress

Rocksteady's Suicide Squad: Kill The Justice League has been in the wild for over a week now, and Mike has been hard at work saving the world as DC's affable villains. How does the live service co-op game hold up thus far?

Palworld Early Access Review

Josh has spent the last ten days fully immersed in Palworld. What's our verdict on the early access, possibly legally ambiguous creature collecting game? Check out our Early Access Review.

Enshrouded Early Access Review In Progress

Enshrouded has been on our radar ever since it was first announced. Launching into early access today, how does the survival MMO stack up? Check out our review in progress.

Palworld - Early Access Review In Progress

Palworld is taking the internet by storm, but how do legally ambiguous pocket monsters hold up overall? Check out our review in progress.

The Wagadu Chronicles Early Access Review: Should You Wait to Waga-Do?

Steven met shamans, scouted elephants, battled a lion or two, and crafted plenty of confusing items. Here's his final review.

Side Quests: Prince Of Persia: The Lost Crown Review

Ubisoft's latest platformer, Prince of Persia: The Lost Crown, aims to put players right back into the center of the legendary franchise. Yet how does it hold up, and does it make for a fitting return for the series?

Strategy Session: Warhammer 40,000: Rogue Trader Review

Warhammer 40,000: Rogue Trader is a fantastic turn-based tactical RPG that makes amazing use of its source material while still providing an immense amount of freedom to its players. But how does it hold up in a post-Baldur's Gate 3 world? Here's our review.

Achilles: Legends Untold Review

It has been a month since Dark Point Games took action RPG Achilles: Legends Untold out of Steam Early Access and into full release. How does the ARPG stack up? Here is our review.

Super Mario RPG Review - Feel Like A Kid Again

Super Mario RPG was remade for the Nintendo Switch, and Jason has been busy putting it through its paces. Does it hold up all these years later? Here's our review.

Vampire: The Masquerade - Justice VR Review

Vampire: The Masquerade - Justice, from developer Fast Travel Games, certainly captures the atmosphere and feel of stalking the streets of Venice as a deadly vampire at night. However, it is somewhat marred by several technical issues and certain weak gameplay elements. Check out Kevin's review to see if this VR stealth RPG might satiate your hunger.

Marvel's Spider-Man 2 Review - Swinging For The Fences - Side Quests

Insomniac had its work cut out for it with Spider-Man 2. To say expectations were high going into this sequel is an understatement, buffered by both the first game's major success and the bridge between console generations that was Miles Morales. So how does it stack up?

New World: Rise of the Angry Earth Review

When Bradford first reviewed New World back in 2021, the MMO almost immediately felt like it was at a crossroads. Over the course of reviewing its recently released Rise of the Angry Earth expansion, Amazon's MMO feels like it has found its footing. It's not perfect, but it's a great starting point for the future. Here's our review.

The RPG Files: For The King II Review

In For the King II, players embark on a lively adventure akin to late-night D&D sessions, immersed in vibrant graphics and diverse character classes. Despite occasional challenges, the engaging turn-based combat, surprise elements, and collaborative multiplayer dynamics make it a delightful choice for strategy and tabletop gaming enthusiasts.

Alan Wake 2 Review: A Thrilling, Tense Masterpiece

Alan Wake 2, is a creepy, tense, thriller that, despite some areas of struggle, is a great time. Our review.

The Lord Of The Rings: Return To Moria Review

In the shadowy depths of Middle-earth, the Dwarves have begun to delve, maybe too greedily, again. They've returned to Moria, and Emily has you covered. How does the survival game hold up? Here is our review.