How does the mobile version of MidBoss's cyberpunk adventure fare now that it's been downsized? Our review.
What happens when the usual Kirby formula gets a few friends sprinkled into the mix? Our review.
It's an all-out battle for your love and affection as young Chizuru, but is it worth the ticket for entry? Our review.
The Behemoth has ventured into turn-based strategy. How does this transition into a new genre go for them? Our review.
Is Subset Games' latest effort faster than light, or is it relatively humdrum? Our review.
Electronic Arts has created a full-fledged version of The Sims that you can take on the go, but is it worth leaving the house and the real Sims experience to see what it has to offer? Our review.
Way of the Passive Fist is an old-school arcade brawler with a big twist, but is that enough to overcome some troubles unique to the genre? Our review.
This retro-licious platformer is a love letter to games like Commander Keen and Jazz Jackrabbit, but does it deliver on its nostalgic promises? Our review.
Kingdom Come: Deliverance is a pretty great debut for WarHorse Studios. Hopefully, the devs will learn from and build on this flawed but very fun experience.
The future is text-based in the Switch port of Subsurface Circular. Is it a trek worth making? Our review.
Shacknews tried out a demo of the Royole Moon HMD at CES 2018, and we have had more hand-on time in recent weeks. How does the 3D virtual home theater hold up? Our review.
It's not the size of the hero that matters as much as their bravery. Moss hits PSVR soon, and we have everything you need to know. Our review.
Is Metal Gear Survive a worthy successor to the venerable Metal Gear Series, or does it falter in every conceivable way? Our review.
Square Enix remembers the plot but forgets the fun in the modern remake of the classic 16-bit RPG.
The downsized, chibified version of Final Fantasy XV that you can take anywhere is an entertaining analogue for the sprawling role-playing game. Our review.
3DPrinterSpencer's Xbox Comfort Grips for Nintendo Switch might be the answer for Shackers who's hands cramp up while playing the console in handheld mode.
Fe sets out to be a platformer set in a beautiful depiction of nature, but some of the notes just don't hit. Our review.
Dragon Quest Builders is one Nintendo Switch experience fans won't want to miss.
Omega Force's latest installment in their long-running series brings a lot of changes. But, are they a change for the best or the worst? Our review.
Monster Hunter: World is a brilliant game that often gets in its own way.