Sunset Overdrive is a spoof wrapped up in a piece of gaming history. It’s also a frustrating, yet fun open-world game.
Did you skip Wolfenstein Youngblood? If you did, you missed out on one hell of a shooter.
How important is it to play every new release that comes out? Is it even necessary?
Obsidian’s latest space adventure is the RPG I’ve been waiting for.
I never thought I would get another Streets of Rage game. But here we are in 2020, beating people up and throwing them into phone booths.
I spent months with Geralt of Rivia. And at the end of those four months, I asked myself a simple question. Is there such a thing as too much game?
Gears 5 attempts to break the mold with an open-world design and new cast of characters. Do the new design choices lead to a better experience?