Our thoughts on all the games we play.


SOMA (Xbox One) Review

More than two years may have passed since SOMA first debuted on PlayStation 4 and PC, but as they say, "Better late than never." Sure, the game just made its way to the Xbox One platform, but what matters i...

L.A. Noire Remastered Review

Though it has dabbled in other genres, Rockstar Games is known for one thing: big, immersive and fully open world games. The one that always comes to mind is, of course, Grand Theft Auto, but the truth of t...

Need for Speed: Payback Review

Decades have passed since Need for Speed began its digital road trip, and though many things have changed during that time period, the series has yet to show signs of engine failure. With every pair of pass...

Bush Hockey League Review

Professional hockey has changed quite a bit over the years. While today's game is more skill-based, and doesn't allow for much in the way of hacking, slashing and holding, that wasn't the case decades ago. ...

de Blob Review

The Wii may have been a shovelware magnet, but that's not to say that it didn't have some great games. Though they were few and far between, and were greatly outnumbered by rushed, shallow and terribly made...