Hogwarts Legacy doesn’t always hit its mark, but the game exudes a genuine care for its excellently-rendered world. It’s hard not to lose yourself in the magic.
You ever feel like there’s not enough time in the day?
Review: It Takes Two
This game about two divorcing parents unable to cooperate is the most fun co-op experience I’ve ever had.
Review: The Forgotten City
Playing with time is dangerous, but The Forgotten City does everything right.
Ignoring a last-minute tantrum, Psychonauts is a very well-written and well-designed game that holds up surprisingly… well.
Review: Halo Infinite
Halo Infinite is a very fun game with potential for longevity and greatness. But so far, this fight is unfinished.
Taking things out of boxes never felt so rewarding.
Review: The Witcher 3: Blood and Wine
The Witcher’s journey to the Duchy of Toussaint is a liberal blend of beauty and brutality. In every corner, it’s The Witcher 3, but better.
A bizarre and fascinating world plagued by deep conspiracies invites hardcore RPG players in but closes the door to more modern and casual audiences.
Review: Ori and the Blind Forest
A game so pretty I almost forgot how bad at it I am.