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54.0
PC Reviews Xbox One

A Small Void at the Center of ‘Void Bastards’

Trevor Poole
Void Bastards almost seems in a state of flux, like it’s being pulled at between two black holes and isn't sure which direction it's going.
80.0
PC Reviews

Experience Insane (And Fun) Warfare with ‘Mordhau’

Trevor Poole
'Mordhau' feels like a game from another time when things were simpler. When games felt less bogged down in so much bull and just knew to achieve a goal: Be fun.
72.0
PC Reviews

Take Down A Corrupt Organization From Within In ‘Tech Support: Error Unknown’

Matthew Adler
New career positions are often filled with excitement, discovery and intrigue. But, what if you found out your new employer is not who they seem? What if the company you work for is secretly exploiting their customers? Will you choose to join a rogue hacktivist group and expose your company,...
90.0
PC PS4 Reviews

Enter an Art Deco Nightmare in ‘Dollhouse’

Colton Butler
Like its antagonistic mannequins, Dollhouse is not what it first seems. Gameplay initially felt like a tutorial for what multiplayer mode, but quickly became a unique spin on the “collect things while a monster chases you” subgenre of horror. With a retro setting and gorgeous art design, Dollhouse is a...
92.0
Mobile PC Reviews Uncategorized

‘Whispers of a Machine’ Echoes Back An Incredible Future

Trevor Poole
Whispers of a Machine engrossed me from the opening menu, where in the background art I could see the setting of the game: a town sitting atop a towering disk in the air above plains and roads that seemed wasted and left long ago. The first scene introduces the player...