“Forspoken” Review

 

A video game is often only as good as its weakest parts. But sometimes a game manages to overcome its obvious flaws. And while the results are never great, they can be good. Or at least halfway decent. Which ...CONTINUE

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“High On Life” Review

 

Let’s be very clear about something: The sci-fi first-person shooter High On Life (Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One, PC) is absolutely, positively not a Rick & Morty game. Sure, it’s made by Squanch Games, the studio co-founded by Rick ...CONTINUE

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“Terror Of Hemasaurus” Review

 

As someone who spent the late-’70s and early-’80s watching Godzilla movies on TV, the classic mid-’80s arcade game Rampage — in which you get to be a gigantic monkey, wolf, and yeah, lizard who trashes a city — was ...CONTINUE

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“The Callisto Protocol” Review

 

It’s always annoying when a game designer refuses to admit their game is like someone else’s. “So, it’s a sci-fi first-person shooter in which a genetically-modified super soldier in power armor fights religious aliens on a circular world…and you ...CONTINUE

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“Need For Speed Unbound” Review

 

I hate to say it — and hate that it’s making me say it — but Need For Speed Unbound (Xbox Series X / S, PlayStation 5, PC) gave me some serious “so what” vibes. While ...CONTINUE

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The Jimi Hendrix Experience’s “Los Angeles Forum: April 26, 1969” Review

 

Released in 1990 as part of the Lifelines: The Jimi Hendrix Story boxed set, the concert presented on The L.A. Forum Concert has long been the best live recording of The Jimi Hendrix Experience from their Electric Ladyland tour. ...CONTINUE

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“God Of War: Ragnarok” Review

 

Some people think every new installment of a thing should be a reinvention, or at least add a lot of new stuff to the mix. It’s why there will undoubtedly be people who’ll criticize God Of War: Ragnarok ( ...CONTINUE

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“Bayonetta 3” Review

 

If there’s one word that best describes the original Bayonetta it’s “ridiculous.” The action was ridiculous; the story was ridiculous; and the character was so ridiculously sexualized that, over the course of the game, she went from being offensively ...CONTINUE

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“Ghost Song” Review

 

“The Deadsuit. Quiet for many years… On this day, something stirs within. Something new…” And with these ominous words, the adventure that is Ghost Song begins. A sci-fi, third-person, side-scrolling shooter for Xbox Series X / S, Xbox One, ...CONTINUE

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