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Resident Evil 3 Review – A Relentless Terror

I’ve always been fascinated by the concept of “persistence hunting” – the idea that a hunter doesn’t need to run faster than its prey as long as they chase with dogged determination. Early human hunters would often pursue their game for…

Bleeding Edge Review – On the Edge of Glory

Class-based arena multiplayer games are a dime a dozen these days. Ever since Overwatch exploded onto the scene in 2016, we’ve seen a plethora of (mostly unsuccessful) attempts to enter the genre. Bleeding Edge is the latest game to enter…

Roundguard Review – Roguish Charm

Upon starting my first game of Roundguard, I couldn’t escape a sense of surprise that this hasn’t been done before. At first glance, Roundguard looks like a copy of the hugely popular Peggle, but with a fantasy theme. That might have been…

DOOM 64 Review – DOOM, Eternal

When I was a kid, I thought DOOM 64 was an N64 port of the original DOOM, or perhaps both DOOM and DOOM II. Part of that was because I had only played the first two DOOM games at friends’ houses. The other part of it was…

MLB The Show 20 Review – Solid Contact

Baseball in real life is often criticized for its slow pace, but I like its flow in MLB 20. It’s different from most other sports in that the moment-to-moment experience isn’t continuous, but I enjoy the built-in tension before, during, and…