Starfield’s first several hours are slow and messy, but it gets better

One of the highest anticipated games of the year starts off not with bang, but with a whimper. Starfield is the next big open world, single player, first-person RPG from...Read More

Tears of the Kingdom has the perfect tutorial area

Leave it to Nintendo to consistently prove their expertise in game design. Not only with the decades-classic Zelda formula, but in iterating upon that success time and again. In The...Read More

The Super Mario Bros. Movie Review

As video games have grown increasingly sophisticated, so too have their cinematic adaptations evolved. Infamously the first Super Mario Bros. movie, now 30 years old, is a live-action, laughable travesty...Read More

Diablo 4 Early Access Beta Impressions

Last weekend, Blizzard Entertainment hosted an early access for the upcoming open beta for Diablo 4, available to pre-order purchasers. As a long-time fan of the click-happy action-RPG, I remained...Read More

Ranking all 8 Gym Tests in Pokémon Scarlet & Violet

Previous generations of Pokémon games had players fighting through enemy trainers while solving little puzzles before reaching the Gym Leader. Then rinse and repeat eight times before unlocking the finale....Read More

5 things we love (and 4 we don’t) about Pokémon Scarlet and Violet

Pokémon Scarlet and Violet are finally here, the tenth generation and the first truly open world Pokémon games. There’s a lot of exciting new features for newcomers and veterans. But...Read More

4 things we love about Temtem

Temtem is a dream game for many long-time Pokémon fans: embracing online multiplayer while providing a deeper and more satisfying battle system. We didn’t quite fall in love with it...Read More

I can’t stop playing Disney Mirrorverse

I’m not a big mobile gamer. Touch screen controls still feel weird after a lifetime of mouse, keyboard, and controllers. And too many mobile games embrace predatory pay schemes by...Read More