Demon’s Souls Review

Breaking down your soul, one demon at a time… Bluepoint’s immaculate repertoire of re-imaginings, remasters, and illustrious remakes are some of the industry’s best, rivaling the fidelity and prowess exemplified this year by Square Enix and Capcom. From the improved textures of the Uncharted: Nathan Drake Collection to the new lavish coat of paint for […]

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Astro’s Playroom Review

An illustrious station for nostalgic play… As a pre-installed bundle of goodness for every PlayStation 5 console, Astro’s Playroom is a remarkably creative and inventive platformer that reinforces and capitalizes off of the surprisingly nostalgic history of the PlayStation ecosystem. From some of the most ingenious and exquisitely charming Easter Eggs in the gaming medium […]

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Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales Review

What’s Up Danger? As the follow up to one of the best superhero games of all-time and a front-running title ushering the launch of a new generation, Spider-Man: Miles Morales has some monumental shoes to fill. This second entry into Insomniac’s established universe captures its predecessor’s idiosyncratic charm and whimsicality, while retaining the fundamental components […]

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Ghostrunner Review

A freerunner’s fever dream… In a cadence of free-flowing, responsive fluidity, movement in Ghostrunner strikes a resounding semblance of elegance and satisfaction. With an illustrious cyberpunk setting that is bombastically rich with atmosphere and some of the most electrifying and addictive music to grace the gaming hemisphere, Ghostrunner is as blissful to the senses as […]

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Nioh 2 Review

Yokai slaying goodness… The original Nioh was one of my favourite games of 2017; its harmonious amalgamation of Soulsborne architecture and hack n’ slash combat transcended the established conventions of its pioneers. From its labyrinth style environmental design to the strategically difficult reactionary combat, the Soulsborne DNA coursed through the intrinsic foundation of Nioh, while […]

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Final Fantasy VII Remake Review

A realm reborn… The Final Fantasy series is heavily renowned as not only one of the best JRPG series, but also one of the best video game franchises of all-time. Its integral significance and cultural impact are simply indisputable as its DNA is conspicuously woven into the foundation and framework of the video game industry. […]

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Death Stranding Review

Disconnected at the seams… Kojima’s inaugural foray into nonrestrictive, independent waters is one of the most obtuse, idiosyncratic, fascinating, and convoluted experiences in the medium of video games. The legendary creator is able to expel a vast litany of creative intricacies and constructs; a profound level of creative freedom and opportunity that is conspicuously present […]

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Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice Review

The way of the Shinobi is glorious… FromSoftware’s exceptional formula of trial and tribulation is translated seamlessly into the newly crafted world of the shinobi. With Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice, FromSoftware reinvigorates their established template of intricate difficulty and methodical gameplay into an innovative aura of defensive strategy that feels wholesomely new, yet pleasantly familiar. […]

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Resident Evil 3 Review

Revived but short lived… Riding high off the remarkable success of 2019’s Resident Evil 2 remake, Capcom unsurprisingly decided to capitalize off its universal acclaim and critical reception, through the release of 2020’s remake of Resident Evil 3. The original Resident Evil 3 was released in tandem with its predecessor, complimenting off one another to […]

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Ori and the Will of the Wisps Review

Whispering beauty… Ori and the Blind Forest was a near flawless game, with little I complained about when I reviewed it at its initial 2015 release. An exceptionally vibrant painting in motion which cascaded an emotional nuance that was endearing and palpable; Ori and the Blind Forest was a brilliant experience that I thought required […]

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