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Review: Yooka-Laylee and the Impossible Lair

Yooka-Laylee and the Impossible Lair lays it all out in the title. This is another game that stars Yooka and Laylee, sure — that much is obvious. But, more crucially, attention should fixate on the Impossible Lair, the endgame challenge that…


Review in Progress: Destiny 2: Shadowkeep

The ride from Destiny‘s original alpha period through the lifetime of the sequel has been both bumpy and scenic. Bungie went from creating an amazing playground and refining it throughout the course of the first game to regressing with the…



Review: Blair Witch

I have a special place in my heart for the Blair Witch films. Well, the first two at least. I completely forgot there was a third from 2016 and I’ve never seen it. But after completing the Blair Witch game, I’ve…


Review: Hot Lava

Klei Entertainment is low key one of my favorite developers in the industry today. Even if they don’t hit all their marks they aren’t afraid to try anything new, and have tackled myriad genres like stealth platforming, survival, strategy, puzzle,…


Review: Mario Kart Tour

Last year, when Nintendo first announced it would be taking Mario Kart to mobile, I was legitimately excited about the prospect. Sure, its output at the time wasn’t an endless stream of home runs, but there was always the possibility it…



Review: Magic: The Gathering Arena

The first time I touched a Magic card was 1996, and within moments I was entranced. The idea of building decks (made easier when groups of friends donated a ton of cards to a cube) was something completely foreign to…


Review: Assemble With Care

One of the great things about the mobile platform is it’s ripe with opportunities for developers who want to create small, narrative-driven or experimental games. One of the worst things about the mobile ecosystem is it’s largely unsupportive of these…


Review: Grindstone

When a puzzle game’s central mechanic is seared in your mind to the extent that it vividly flashes before you every time you close your eyes, you know you’ve overdone it. That’s precisely where I’m at right now with Capybara’s…