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Review: The Division 2

Throughout my adventure with The Division 2, one thing remained obvious: Massive Entertainment knows how to launch a successful shooter at this point. They’ve had nearly 20 years of practice, all of which came to a head with the initially rocky but…


Review in Progress: The Division 2

The Division came out a little too half-baked for my taste. It seems like a lot of people felt that way actually, and while Ubisoft could have let it rot, much like several other recent franchises under their wing, they slowly…


Review: The Caligula Effect: Overdose

The last time The Caligula Effect was considered a new game release, things didn’t exactly go well for it.  But a rather mixed reception didn’t stop FuRyu and Aquria from sticking with the brand, and the game is now back,…



Review: Devil May Cry 5

I’ll never forget a conversation one of our readers had with someone who was down on Devil May Cry 5 after the reveal. Their response to another community member who felt burned by DmC: “Mate, there’s a giant monster eating cars with…



Review: Kirby’s Extra Epic Yarn

The Kirby franchise has always been something of a petri dish for Nintendo. While its other franchises remain more-or-less the same with each new entry, the company hasn’t been afraid to experiment with the pink puff. Games like Kirby’s Tilt ‘n’ Tumble and…



Review: Avo!

Avo! is a bizarre, interactive cinematic experience. It’s kind of like watching television, but you control where the main character moves and what objects they interact with. Almost every aspect of its presentation is live action with the exception of…


Review: Dead or Alive 6

I first became aware of Dead or Alive thanks to the ill-fated Sega Saturn Magazine, which once sported a cover image of pro-wrestler Tina, while huge text declared “FOXY BATTLING BABEFEST!” From day one, DoA had found its hook, something…