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Review: Senran Kagura: Peach Ball

The Senran Kagura series is in a bit of a tough spot right now. Kenichiro Takaki, the creator of the franchise, announced in March that he was leaving developer Marvelous, feeling he was being restricted on what kind of content he…


Review: Sea of Solitude

The sea is loneliness. That’s not a spoiler for Sea of Solitude, the latest effort from Berlin-based indie studio Jo-Mei, and a game that, since its announcement some years ago, has been fairly explicit about its allegorical nature, and its…


Review: Final Fantasy XIV: Shadowbringers

I’ve been putting Final Fantasy XIV: Shadowbringers through its paces, but now that I’ve completed the new campaign and have toiled away at the current endgame, it’s time to really weigh in. The short version? It brings it. Read more…


Review: Crash Team Racing Nitro-Fueled

It’s been a little over a week since I first started ripping up the roads in Activision’s latest nostalgia-tickling remake Crash Team Racing Nitro-Fueled. This new release – already destined for long-term success given the constant sales peaks of similar…


Review: Valve Index

Are you ready for another VR headset to hit the market? Kinda? Too bad! Valve thinks so, and I’ve been putting the Index headset through its paces for the past month. My verdict? It’s mostly a win for Valve, even…




Review: The Sinking City

The Sinking City is without a doubt a love letter to H. P. Lovecraft’s work. Even going as far as being set within the same universe, specifically The Shadow over Innsmouth, and directly references those events and plenty more from Lovecraft’s…


Review: Samurai Shodown

Fighting games had mostly died off before Capcom resurrected the genre with Street Fighter IV in 2008. While there were plenty of niche titles to fill the void in between, nothing had grabbed the public’s attention like what Capcom’s revival…