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Lost Judgment Review – Like a Student

With Yakuza having reinvented itself and heading in a new direction following Yakuza: Like a Dragon, the void left it left behind has been instantly filled by Judgment. While Yakuza crafts dense RPG adventures…

Aragami 2 Review – Emerging from the Shadows

Stealth games are sorely missed. While developers like Ubisoft have taken their series to a heavy RPG route which ditches the classic stealth formula and other series haven’t had releases in a long while, Aragami snuck onto the scene to…

NBA 2K22 Review – Heat Check

There’s been no shortage of criticism surrounding many annualized sports franchises in the past few years, from games like Madden becoming increasingly controversial to the WWE 2K series taking at least a year off, and the NBA 2K franchise…

Eastward Review – Pixel Paradise

Eastward feels like going back to the days of '80s anime on VHS, where you could experience a clandestine and unusual medium that you couldn’t find anywhere else. As John and Sam, players must head Eastward (whoa, that’s the title!) across…

Deathloop Review – All You Need is Kill

Deathloop is Live Die Repeat with a swinging 60s aesthetic and music evocative of a James Bond caper (a bit of Connery, a bit of Craig). It’s setting up the perfect mass assassination with playgrounds that call the Hitman series to mind,…

Deathloop Review – The Joys Of Death And Dying

Deathloop is a paradox, where time is in both infinite supply and quickly running out. Protagonist Colt Vahn is stuck in a timeloop, desperately trying his best to get off the gleefully nihilistic island of Blackreef. The rules of breaking…