MudRunner is a hard sell. Does the American Wilds expansion do anything to make it a bit more digestible?
Kingdoms of Amalur slipped by many people - despite its quality. Here's hoping a second chance can help it out.
This is one of my all-time favorite fighting games - but why? Hopefully this review can answer that question. (Updated version of a 2008 review I wrote before!)
Does Mortal Shell manage to work as a placeholder game for a genre that's filled with wannabes? Does it manage to set itself apart?
Destroy All Humans! was a pretty decent game back in 2005 - have Black Forest Games managed to improve on the foundation at all?
Resident Evil 3 falls into a strange place - being a widely wanted remake while also being a follow-up. Does it manage to set itself apart from Resident Evil 2 enough?
Darksiders Genesis is a new but familiar take on the series - but does it work out well?
Wreckfest is a decent racer with a heavy focus on some great destruction that unfortunately misses the mark in a few places.
JoyMasher seeks to recapture some of that old nostalgic magic of arcade shooters past with Blazing Chrome - but just how Metal is this Slug?
Itsuno and the team are finally allowed to make the Devil May Cry they've wanted to - how does it fare? Was it worth the wait?