Metro: Exodus Review
As a series, the Metro games are unique and ambitious but never seem to stick the landing. This is definitely the case for Metro: Exodus, which manages to be completely engrossing yet somehow a total slog to play through at the same time.
Far Cry 5 Review
Far Cry 5 is a great game that is brought down a bit by its predecessors. In 2012, publisher Ubisoft released an instant hit in Far Cry 3. Up until then, the Far Cry series was known for changing up many things in each release,
Unreal Tournament 3 Review
Since the development of Unreal Tournament has been suspended by Epic Games, those who want a dose of the franchise have to look back to 2007’s Unreal Tournament 3.
It’s incredible how much there is to Warframe. Not only for a free-to-play game, but for any game. The sky really is the limit for your abilities, acrobatics, character design, modifications, ship décor, clan dojo, companions, and more.
Team Fortress 2 Review
Team Fortress 2 is like the father of many of our modern games. Do you like playing as different classes in shooters like Overwatch and Apex: Legends? Arguably, you would never have those games without Team Fortress 2.
Half-Life 2 Review
Published by Valve, Half-Life 2 is the 2004 sequel to the first Half-Life that came out way back in 1998. Half-Life 2 carries on the narrative thread of the first game, making it perfect for hardcore fans.
Doom (2016) Review
Doom (2016) returns us to the classic PC days of hunting down monsters and finding colored key cards on our ancient computers.
Rage 2 Review
For a long time, it looked as if we would never get a Rage 2. The announcement of the sequel, released in May 2019, certainly took many by surprise.
Released in 2008, BioShock is a modern day classic. The story is gripping and the world is immersive. Although the gameplay has aged, it remains fun.
BioShock Infinite Review
Released in 2013, BioShock Infinite is the second sequel to 2008’s BioShock. While Infinite is a radically different game, it still fits into the series nicely.