DJ Max Respect Review

While niche, the DJ Max series of rhythm games, developed by Pentavision, have been sort of a staple of the genre for those familiar with it since its release on the PlayStation Portable in 2006. Buil…

Mortal Kombat X Review

To watch the viscera-replete finishing move of Ermac, with its sadistic and oddly humorous overtones, is to know humanity at its truest. Why does watching a mummy use his magical brain powers to slowl…

Axiom Verge Review

Tom Happ is clearly a huge fan of Super Metroid, as just about every aspect of Axiom Verge is a carefully crafted and beautiful love letter to everything that Super Metroid was and still is today. Mad…

Evolve Review

You’ve been tailing this monster for a solid 15 minutes, yet it always seems to be two steps ahead of you. Either it’s flying away just when you try and trap it in your arena or sneak attacking a part…