Having now played Funcom's Conan Exiles: Isle of Siptah DLC up to max level and explored the new features, did the developers improve the experience compared to early access? What issues are still cropping up? Read about Kevin's adventures in Part II of our review.
This is an urgent message to all ARKS Operatives, Phantasy Star Online 2: New Genesis officially released globally June 9th 2021, and has transitioned SEGA's popular Phantasy Star series into uncharted territory. With the introduction of features, such as Battle Power, Region Mags and an open world to adventure in, does Phantasy Star Online 2: New Genesis' new additions bring the series one thousand years into the future as the story suggests?
Robin has been diligently playing Solasta: Crown of the Magister since even before its full 1.0 launch. Now we're finally ready to assign a verdict to this epic D&D adventure. How does Solasta fare? Read on in our review!
Set in a post-human apocalyptic world, Biomutant puts you in the shoes of a humainoid rat-creature to build a new society from ashes. But how does the new open-world RPG from THQ Nordic stack up? Here is our review of Biomutant.
t's been a little over two years since the last time I took Deacon St. John for a joyride in the freaker filled mountains of a post Zombie-apocalyptic Oregon. Originally released on the PlayStation 4 in 2019, Days Gone returns for a second ride by becoming the second first party PlayStation exclusive released for PC. How does the experience hold up?
Hood Outlaws & Legends can be a fun game. Can be is the operative phrase here, as the "fun factor" is heavily dependent on a number of variables, most important being simply who you are playing with. A fantastic concept on paper, Hood stumbles a bit with its execution. Couple this with a subpar PC port and Hood feels just a little half baked in the end.
At first glance, you can easily mistake Outriders as a forgettable looter-shooter RPG. Tread carefully Outrider, there is much more than what the mere demo showed, and you may want to think twice before you knock Enoch.
Revenge. Danger. Epic battles. Blade & Soul: Revolution has all of these things, but in Netmarble's global release of this once top-grossing Korean MMORPG mobile title, if you play the game as intended, you could miss all of it. Blade & Soul: Revolution dazzles with high-quality graphics and an early story hook, but with 200 levels to grind and a ton of features to learn, will players see it through to the end?