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DualShockers Definitives — The Top 10 Essential Xbox One Games

DualShockers ranks the Top 10 essential games for every Xbox One owner in the Fall 2018 DualShockers Definitive series. Did…

Razer Raiju Ultimate Review — Beautiful on the Inside

Razer's Raiju Ultimate may look like a black heap of a device, but behind the flashing lights is an ergonomic…

Check Out Our Starlink: Battle for Atlas Video Review

Does Ubisoft's new toys-to-life open-world space shooter, Starlink: Battle for Atlas, bring the once popular genre back into the limelight?…

SoulCalibur VI Review — A Fighting Game Well Worth the Wait

SoulCalibur VI is undoubtedly one of the finest fighting games of this generation, and one worth exploring even if you can't…

Wandersong Review — A Wonderful Emotional Experience Not to Be Missed

Mechanically simple, thematically deep, and emotionally powerful, musical adventure game Wandersong is a beautiful piece of art. ...Read More

Parents’ Guide To Fortnite: The Game Your Kids Won’t Stop Talking About

As Fortnite grows more and more popular, some parents may have concerns about what the game actually is. This guide…

Nintendo’s Upcoming Switch Bundles Should Be Weirder

While the barrage of holiday bundles for Nintendo Switch promise a lot of fun, they could be a little wackier.…

The Jackbox Party Pack 5 Review — Great Game Concepts, But Fewer Reasons to Keep Coming Back

Despite delivering excellent visual presentation and creativity as always, the games in The Jackbox Party Pack 5 are less of…

Warriors Orochi 4 Review — The Ultimate Classic Musou Experience, in More Ways than One

Koei Tecmo successfully delivered with Warrior Orochi 4 an ultimate classic Musou experience, enjoyable by longtime fans and newcomers alike.…

Just Cause 4 Preview — All the Bells, No Whistles

Just Cause 4 is a visually exciting game. But I worry that it's formula will become stale for newcomers and…

League of Legends Review — Legends Never Die

League of Legends is the most popular game in the world, and for good reason, but it's absolutely not without…

Starlink: Battle for Atlas Review — Let’s Rock n’ Roll Boys

Ubisoft's first foray into the toys-to-life genre may be late but Starlink: Battle for Atlas is a solid first attempt…

Nintendo Switch Online’s NES Games Shows Nintendo’s Potential Future with Retro Games

Nintendo Switch Online has underwhelming offerings so far, but it can be so much more if Nintendo expands on their…

Is Resident Evil 2’s Raccoon City Still Creepy, or Is It Just Nostalgic?

Coming over 20 years since it first released, I hope that returning to Raccoon City in Resident Evil 2 will…

A Shoutout to the Video Game Soundtracks I Listen to the Most While I Write

When I'm not playing video games or writing about video games, I'm usually listening to soundtracks from video games because…