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Splatoon 2 Review

Splatoon 2 is easy to love. It’s colorful and quirky and unafraid to be different, and it’s consistently a blast to play. As far as shooters go, its unique movement mechanics stand out and make each match exciting. And while the logistics of its multiplayer aren’t perfect, Splatoon 2 is

Drowning In Inspiration

Black The Fall begins quietly with your unnamed protagonist, a humanoid worker with a giant antenna sticking out of his back, stealthily trying to escape some industrial factory. How did our protagonist get here? Is he a slave? Are he and his comrades human, or some combination of man and

New Adventure On The Horizon

With Minecraft’s international, multi-generational popularity, Telltale’s Minecraft: Story Mode was sure to be a popular addition to the studio’s stable of licensed properties. After extending the first season to include additional episodes, Telltale has turned around to create a second season that implements various improvements to the gameplay while delivering

Diablo 3: Rise Of The Necromancer Review

It had me at “you can blow up corpses.” Rise of the Necromancer provides a fantastic new character class for Diablo III in a dark wizard who loves the dead as much as Alice Cooper. As such, this downloadable content provides a reason for dedicated fans of Blizzard’s hack-and-slasher to

Final Fantasy 14: Stormblood Review

While Final Fantasy 14’s expansion Heavensward brought a tide of questions about the MMORPG’s longevity, there was far less community concern with Stormblood. In fact, Early Access was so popular that the servers couldn’t handle everyone who had shelled out to catch a glimpse of Ala Mhigo, and some fans

Fighting Through The Bad Feelings

Developer Nihon Falcom has earned a niche fanbase thanks to its Ys and The Legend of Heroes franchises. Tokyo Xanadu combines elements of those two into a new property, with action-focused combat in the vein of Ys and a social system and story structure reminiscent of the recent Trails of

Final Fantasy XIV: Stormblood Review

While Final Fantasy 14’s expansion Heavensward brought a tide of questions about the MMORPG’s longevity, there was far less community concern with Stormblood. In fact, Early Access was so popular that the servers couldn’t handle everyone who had shelled out to catch a glimpse of Ala Mhigo, and some fans

Welcome Back To Ivalice

Every numbered entry in the Final Fantasy series starts fresh with new characters and mechanics. That’s standard, but when Final Fantasy XII released in 2006, it went even further to establish an identity separate from its predecessors. Its real-time combat system and MMO-style world are unique, and Final Fantasy XII:

Rakuen Review

Hospitals are emotionally complicated places, especially if you have to stay longer than a trip to the emergency room. It might be nosy, but when you’re surrounded by other patients, bored in curtained-off rooms, it’s natural to wonder about your neighbors–and worry about them, too. It’s not always easy to

Final Fantasy 12: The Zodiac Age Review

The Final Fantasy series has always been about reinvention, and the twelfth incarnation embodies this to such an extreme, that you might catch yourself wondering if this is a really a game from the long-running RPG franchise at all. Not only is it deserving of the name, but it’s an

Challenging But Unessential Fun

Master Trials is the first of two planned DLC packs for Breath Of The Wild, and it can best be summed up as a bag of goodies. No new story content is here, and there are no new dungeons to navigate. Instead, Master Trials adds a smattering of content including

The Mage’s Tale Review

Virtual reality is in a bit of a tough spot. While the medium has enjoyed a lot of mainstream visibility of late, few VR games have actually found broad success. The Mage’s Tale is meant to be Oculus’ new tentpole–a robust virtual-reality adventure that will sell us all on the

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