Tag: GameSpot

Outer Wilds Review – Extraterrestrial Investigation

Outer Wilds Review – Extraterrestrial InvestigationFor a game about interplanetary exploration, Outer Wilds can often feel incredibly small. Flying from one planet to the next takes a matter of seconds, making it easy to ping pong around the game’s singular solar system. The brevity of traveling through this handcrafted collection of areas to explore might seem strange at first–especially when... Read More »

Persona Q2 Review – You Oughta Be In Pictures

Persona Q2 Review – You Oughta Be In PicturesIt looks like the 3DS’s time in the spotlight is over. We’ve seen 3DS support dwindle over the past few years, but there’s at least one more show to see on the long-lived portable before it takes a bow. Persona Q2: New Cinema Labyrinth brings the familiar casts of Persona 3, Persona 4, and Persona... Read More »

Trover Saves The Universe Review – Chair-iots Of The Gods

Trover Saves The Universe Review – Chair-iots Of The GodsIf Justin Roiland’s name wasn’t on the title screen, it would still be glaringly obvious who was responsible for Trover Saves The Universe. It would be clear within 10 seconds of hitting the start button when a massive blue alien shaped like the galaxy’s most abominable chicken nugget shows up and uses your two adorable... Read More »

Trover Saves The Universe Review – Couch Potatoes

Trover Saves The Universe Review – Couch PotatoesIf Justin Roiland’s name wasn’t on the title screen, it would still be glaringly obvious who was responsible for Trover Saves The Universe. It would be clear within 10 seconds of hitting the start button when a massive blue alien shaped like the galaxy’s most abominable chicken nugget shows up and uses your two adorable... Read More »

Pathologic 2 Review – The Big Sick

Pathologic 2 Review – The Big SickTwenty-three people died last night. I couldn’t do anything about it. Even if I had known how to save them I doubt I’d have been able to succeed. In Pathologic 2–a reimagining of the original Pathologic, itself a nightmarish adventure game from another era–you play a doctor who can barely save himself, let alone the... Read More »

Pathologic 2 Review – Sick, Sick, Sick

Pathologic 2 Review – Sick, Sick, SickTwenty-three people died last night. I couldn’t do anything about it. Even if I had known how to save them I doubt I’d have been able to succeed. In Pathologic 2–a reimagining of the original Pathologic, itself a nightmarish adventure game from another era–you play a doctor who can barely save himself, let alone the... Read More »

Blood and Truth Review – Move, Britannia

Blood and Truth Review – Move, BritanniaAs it’s a first-person shooter, it’s not hard to imagine Blood and Truth working without VR. But the ways it reinvigorates some of the genre’s mechanics also wouldn’t be possible without it. Its first-person shooter action is still beholden to some of the inaccuracies and annoyances with PSVR and its less-than-precise tracking. But it also... Read More »

Blood and Truth Review – On The Move

Blood and Truth Review – On The MoveAs it’s a first-person shooter, it’s not hard to imagine Blood and Truth working without VR. But the ways it reinvigorates some of the genre’s mechanics also wouldn’t be possible without it. Its first-person shooter action is still beholden to some of the inaccuracies and annoyances with PSVR and its less-than-precise tracking. But it also... Read More »

Dauntless Review – A Whole New World

Dauntless Review – A Whole New WorldDauntless brims with energy. It’s in everything from the exuberant use of color to the larger-than-life Behemoths with cheeky nods to the developer’s Canadian roots. Monster Hunter: World’s high-realism design almost feels grimdark in comparison to the Shattered Isles’ Crayola color scheme of glamors and on-the-nose armor designs. The game has chutzpah, but it lacks... Read More »

Dauntless Review – Whole New World

Dauntless Review – Whole New WorldDauntless brims with energy. It’s in everything from the exuberant use of color to the larger-than-life Behemoths with cheeky nods to the developer’s Canadian roots. Monster Hunter: World’s high-realism design almost feels grimdark in comparison to the Shattered Isles’ Crayola color scheme of glamors and on-the-nose armor designs. The game has chutzpah, but it lacks... Read More »

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