REVIEW: ‘No Place for Bravery’ Is a Dark Family Tale (PC)

Reading Time: 4 minutes No Place For Bravery seeks to emulate games like Elden Ring, and the 2D top-down approach presents a unique and enjoyable challenge.

REVIEW: ‘SpiderHeck’ is a Heck of a Good Time (XSX)

Reading Time: 3 minutes SpiderHeck is a gravity-based brawler where you play as a spider who takes arms against waves of enemies in one of two challenge modes.

BETA REVIEW: ‘Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2’ is Nothing to Write Home About Yet (PS5)

Reading Time: 3 minutes While the Modern Warfare 2 beta provides two new game modes and a handful of new maps, it doesn’t leave much to write home about.

DLC REVIEW: ‘Nobody Saves The World: Frozen Hearth’ Is Challenge Levels at Its Prime (XSX)

Reading Time: 4 minutes Nobody Saves The World’s Frozen Hearth DLC ups the absurdity to a new level and adds an extra hour or two of fun to an already entertaining package. 

REVIEW: ‘Roadwarden’ Is a Quiet but Deep RPG (PC)

Reading Time: 4 minutes Roadwarden is an excellent RPG for players that want a lot of depth and don’t mind the hours of slow-paced reading that it demands.

CO-OP REVIEW: ‘Splatoon 3’ Excels in its Multiplayer

Reading Time: 5 minutes Splatoon 3 multiplayer is some of the best. It’s chaotic, fun, and extremely easy to get into making it a true all-ages multiplayer. 

REVIEW: ‘Kitsune Zero’ Offers Zero Originality (PC)

Reading Time: 4 minutes Kitsune Games introduces a flagship character for their studio in a beautiful but uninspired rehash of their previous title—Kitsune Zero.

PREVIEW: ‘Moonbreaker’ Promises Deep Strategy and Customization (PC)

Reading Time: 6 minutes Moonbreaker is a digital tabletop miniatures game that promises deep, turn-based combat, and loads of customization in a colorful world.

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