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In Other Waters Review – The Pursuit Of Knowledge

Searching for answers is a fundamental part of our being and a core motivator for video games. It provides the impetus to push forward to hopefully achieve a satisfactory end. In Other Waters it is not that straightforward, however. The title’s exploration gameplay can lull, and the end of the story itself – while forming a […]Read More

Bleeding Edge Review – Exchanging Weak Punches

Bleeding Edge is a unique 4v4 competitive experience that shows a little flash in its third-person approach, but doesn’t deliver much of a punch in combat or enough variation in its match types and maps. Developer Ninja Theory draws clear inspiration from Blizzard’s Overwatch, delivering similar hero-focused play, with each teammate playing a critical role […]Read More

HP Spectre x360 13 aw0205tu (Late 2019) Review

It’s been a long wait for Intel’s 10nm processors to show up in products we can buy, and our now we have with us the latest revision of the HP Spectre x360, a premium, ultra-slim 2-in-1 laptop that features a 10th Gen Intel Core i7-1065G7 CPU from the 10nm ‘Ice Lake’ family. We reviewed the […]Read More

Yes, Your Grace Review – Somber Victories

Uncertainty and second-guessing often go hand-in-hand with the most memorable moments in choice-driven games. When you know you can have a powerful impact on an experience, the stakes feel real. Yes, Your Grace is one of the most stressful games I’ve played, because it’s not just one decision or big moment that defines everything; it’s […]Read More

Resident Evil 3 — Video Review

On the heels of the adored Resident Evil 2 remake, Capcom’s sequel had some massive sized shoes to fill. But, according to Ben Reeves’ review, Resident Evil 3 lives up to most of the hype with tense, action-packed combat and a terrifying stalker that’s worthy of the legacy of the Nemesis. Watch with us as […]Read More

Resident Evil 3 Review – A Relentless Terror

I’ve always been fascinated by the concept of “persistence hunting” – the idea that a hunter doesn’t need to run faster than its prey as long as they chase with dogged determination. Early human hunters would often pursue their game for hours – or even days – until they’d brought down some behemoths. After an […]Read More

AMD Ryzen 9 4900HS Review

Mobile computing has become the next big target at AMD with its new series of Ryzen 4000 APUs. The new processors will arrive as the U-series for low-power and ultraportables and the H-series for high performance laptops. Today we have the first retail Ryzen 4000 laptop on the market to evaluate, so the focus will […]Read More

Half-Life: Alyx Review

Mere minutes into Half-Life: Alyx, I encountered a Strider. These behemoths cast ominous shadows on all who dare pass beneath them, their spindly legs and jagged haunches forming a silhouette of sheer threat. I gazed up at the Strider in awe. I could practically feel the wind buffet my face as it lumbered past the […]Read More

Persona 5 Royal Review – Revealing Its True Form

When it launched in 2017, Persona 5 represented the next evolution of the Persona formula. Persona 5 Royal amplifies the stellar turn-based combat and masterful social mechanics, as well as the complex systems surrounding them. But it also adds new characters, story arcs, and a meaty post-game palace that ventures even deeper into the world’s […]Read More

The Room VR: A Dark Matter Review – An Atmospheric

In 2012, a group of ex-Criterion developers who had worked on the Burnout series formed Fireproof Games. They released The Room, a moody puzzler that had players manipulating a virtual puzzle box with a nearly endless supply of hidden compartments. The Room was a mobile hit and spawned several sequels that took full advantage of […]Read More