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LA Noire Switch Review

When it first released in 2011, L.A. Noire was an anomaly; its facial capture tech was an innovative showcase of animation, and it’s...

Oure Review

Sometimes it’s not clear what a game is trying to do, exactly, or what you were meant to get out of playing it. Sometimes a game just...

Steven Universe: Save the Light Review

The Steven Universe cartoon is a conceptual gold mine, and an RPG may be the perfect kind of game to showcase its bubbly and feisty...

Spelunker Party Review

When you bring up “difficult games,” the first thing that comes to mind for many Japanese players isn’t Dark Souls, but...

Doom Switch Review

There was a time when the thought of playing a game like 2016’s Doom on Nintendo Switch seemed too good to be true. Yet here we are,...

Sonic Forces Review

From its opening stage, Sonic Forces displays a number of issues that are emblematic of the journey ahead: Its insistent tutorial messages...

Etrian Odyssey 5: Beyond The Myth Review

When a game series runs as long as Etrian Odyssey has, you usually start to see some sweeping changes and reinventions to its formula. But...

Star Wars Battlefront II Review In Progress

Editor’s note (November 16, 2017 — 5:47 PM PST): EA has removed all microtransactions and have started measures to overhaul the...

Pokemon Ultra Sun And Ultra Moon Review

Neither sequels nor remakes, Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon take a mostly simple approach to updating 2016’s Sun and Moon. Much of...

Rocket League Switch Review

Rocket League was a phenomenon when it debuted in 2015, and two years later it shows no signs of slowing down. The unorthodox sports game...