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Review in Progress: Terminator: Resistance

Ever since Bethesda’s MS-DOS effort way back in 1990, Terminator is a franchise that has been revisited time and again by various developers across almost every gaming generation. With its exciting, time-jumping storyline, futuristic weaponry and vehicles, explosive action, and…


Review: Guildlings

Guildlings is a game that just launched on Apple Arcade, and it’s got a whole lot going for it. Through a mixture of RPG, point-and-click, and visual novel mechanics, it tells the story of a young girl who gets her…


Review: The Stretchers

Several weeks ago, Nintendo released the Switch Lite, a portable only version of its best-selling console. It’s a great piece of hardware, but it does change one of the fundamental aspects of owning a Switch: it turns this social machine…


Review: Superliminal

It’s all a matter of perspective. If there’s one thing Superliminal hopes to hammer home — thoroughly, repeatedly, exhaustively — it’s this. There’s no single universally-correct approach to every problem. Sometimes creativity is needed. Superliminal takes this theme and builds an entire…


Review: Afterparty

Last week, my birthday took me one step closer to 40, more than late enough in the day to consider myself middle-aged. That’s halfway toward 80. Ergo, it’s more than possible I’m halfway through my personal turn on this mortal…



Review: Disco Elysium

My first foray into the CRPG genre was the original Fallout. Yes, the Bethesda-era debut was called Fallout 3 for a reason, as Interplay and Black Isle Studios had been working their magic alongside of industry titans like (old) BioWare for several years…


Review: Disney Tsum Tsum Festival

Tsum Tsums: kids love ’em, parents hate ’em! If you haven’t seen these little worm-like mascot creatures before you will at some point in your life (whether it’s due to a future kid, nephew/niece, or what have you). The gist is…



Review: Planet Zoo

Planet Zoo captures the spirit of Zoo Tycoon in a way I’ve only dreamed of until now. It’s the zoo simulation I’ve waited 15 years for someone, anyone, to nail. Frontier Developments pulled it off. I wasn’t necessarily the target…