67%

For Honor Review

During the Middle Ages, war was a much more personal experience than it is now. Guns weren't available, and bombs couldn't be used to dispatch of large groups of enemies along the battlefield. Instead, swords, ...
87%

Horizon: Zero Dawn Review

Though we may joke about a robotic uprising, it's not a topic that Guerilla Games' latest effort takes lightly. In fact, Horizon: Zero Dawn -- a game that is set on this very planet, in the extremely distant fu...
60%

Sniper Elite 4 Review

As evil as it was hardworking, the Nazi war machine was always trying to move forward in the realm of scientific discovery. It's something we've all read about, been horrified over, and seen covered in many...
70%

Passengers Review

Passengers is a challenging movie, not necessarily because of its subject matter, but because it's an original and bold tale with a bit of a questionable execution. Released over the holiday period by Sony Pict...
73%

The Little Acre Review

What first drew me to The Little Acre wasn't its genre or its storyline. No, it was the game's somewhat unique graphics, which represent a modern, high-definition take on the classic, hand-drawn adventure games...
65%

Steep Review

Looking back, some of my best video game-related memories have something to do with the extreme sports genre that peaked back in the late 90s and early 2000s. Many, many hours were spent playing Tony Hawk's Pro...