by Cathy Moore
‘The Monster of the Week Is Patriarchy’ continued to build a bit more on the plot threads introduced in the season 2 premiere of Midnight, Texas. Here’s to hoping the main cast is able to stay alive as the current season continues. ‘The Monster of the Week Is Patriarchy’ opened with Kai healing another person. The […]
My Hero One’s Justice is yet another anime-based fighter that sacrifices deep fighting mechanics in pursuit of flashy, cinematic action. The post My Hero One’s Justice Review appeared first on GameSpew.
The release of the original Red Dead Redemption in 2010, along with the Undead Nightmare expansion, left players wanting more of everything. More shootouts and saloon fights. More eccentric and wily characters. More riding horseback through the vast, open world of the western frontier. And while it was a long eight years, Rockstar made sure that […]
Where do I even begin? With most games, it’s quite easy to begin a review. You can break them down into their constituent components, and talk about what works, what doesn’t, what makes or breaks the entire experience. With Red Dead Redemption 2, that is an impossible order, because it can’t be broken down into distinct components. […]
SoulCalibur is a series of video games that’s all about duality. That’s on both a story level, as it tells the tale of a cursed sword and a holy sword locked in eternal conflict, and from a design standpoint, where it tries to be both a groundbreaking fighting game and a silly character creator. SoulCalibur VI is […]
Few worlds are as well-realised as the one Rockstar has created for Red Dead Redemption 2. Thanks to some wonderful scripting and stellar performances, Red Dead Redemption 2 is a worthy follow-up to the 2010 western.
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