Sniper Elite 3 Review – War is Tedious

Sniper Elite 3 Review – War is Tedious

“The kill-cam is the only thing that doesn’t grow redundant over time, and if it was removed from the package then there would be little left other than a sub-par stealth game.”
Shovel Knight Review – Steel Thy Shovel, Knave!

Shovel Knight Review – Steel Thy Shovel, Knave!

“Shovel Knight reminds us that 8-bit isn’t just a hardware limitation, but a style, and in the process of delivering a 10-hour cut of top-notch classic gaming, it may very well open up the NES floodgates for a whole new generation.”
WildStar Review – The New MMO Standard

WildStar Review – The New MMO Standard

“WildStar​ marks a new era for MMORPGs. It proves that action-oriented gameplay is the future, and combines that with an incredible amount of content for casual and hardcore players.”
Watch Dogs Review – Cyber Warrior

Watch Dogs Review – Cyber Warrior

“Watch Dogs is an example of how a publisher can score big in the new generation by taking a risk. As far as I’m concerned, Ubisoft’s investment has paid off handsomely with a new franchise that I can honestly call one of my favorites.”
Mario Kart 8 Review – High-Polish Hijinks

Mario Kart 8 Review – High-Polish Hijinks

“Despite the famous plumber’s anxious screech at the game’s title screen, Mario Kart 8 is the most refined series entry to date, and in my mind elevates Mario Kart from something I take for granted to a genuine triple-A encounter. “
Review: Daylight

Review: Daylight

“Daylight does a good job of being a horror game that provides worthwhile scares, but suffers from being one-dimensional.”
Review: Child of Light

Review: Child of Light

“Simply moving through the world is breathtaking, and in conjunction with an excellent soundtrack, the sublimity of it all is more than worth the asking price.”
Review: Dark Souls 2 (PC)

Review: Dark Souls 2 (PC)

“Dark Souls 2 on PC is a finely crafted version of what I can only imagine will end up being considered one of 2014′s best games. It also comes close to being the ultimate Souls game…. really close.”
Review: Mario Golf: World Tour

Review: Mario Golf: World Tour

“The experience is only as deep as your interest in competing online with other players as the single-player offerings lack the sense of reward that other golf games have perfected.”