Review

Solar Ash Review – A Rollercoaster Of Style And Substance

Rei awakens, dazed and confused within the Ultravoid. She’s a voidrunner, meaning she explores black holes with the help of advanced technology. Unfortunately, the Ultravoid is an exceptionally massive black hole with Rei’s home planet ensnared in its vacuum. Time…

Death’s Door Review – Reaping The Rewards

Death is one of the few things we all have in common. We all experience death sooner or later, and that can be terrifying because we don’t truly know what awaits us on the other side. Salvation? Oblivion? Death’s Door…

Inscryption Review – Engraved Secrets

You wake up in a dark cabin, chained to a worn table. A mysterious man sits on the other side of the room. You can’t see the details of his face through the darkness, but his crazed eyes pierce the…

Battlefield 2042 Review – Game Informer

Battlefield has always been the largest and loudest multiplayer experience in the business. It’s the video game equivalent of Texas, and its bombast cannot be overstated. Battlefield 2042 offers a variety of ways to participate in simulated near-future warfare. Whether…

Moncage Review – Think Outside The Box

In a dim, empty room, on a small table, lies a cube. Moncage dumps players right into the action with a few quick notes on how to manipulate this multi-faceted object. It tasks you with connecting similar objects found on…

Bright Memory: Infinite Review – Finite To A Fault

Bright Memory: Infinite feels like an interactive cheesy sci-fi action movie, for better or worse. It boasts incredible – and wonderfully improbable – action sequences propelled by a story that barely qualifies as narrative. Infinite even has a run time…

Battlefield 2042 – Review In Progress

Battlefield has always been the largest, loudest, and most chaotic multiplayer experience in the business. It’s the Texas of video games, and whether you love it or hate it, its bombast cannot be overstated. For better and worse, Battlefield 2042…

Riders Republic Review – A Missed Opportunity

I have never hated a game that I also find immensely fun, but somehow Riders Republic pulled this off. Ubisoft’s open-world action sports game begins with a promising premise: you, a voiceless action sports aficionado, arrive at Riders Ridge, a…