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10 The Last of Us Part II Remastered...

 

It’s only been a few short years since I first had the opportunity to review The Last of Us Part II, a masterpiece in my mind with VERY little to complain about, so when they decided to remaster this I was thinking, do we really need this already? Some may argue no, but they would be wrong, Naughty Dog brought the absolute polish and buffed out any imperfections in this masterclass of Humanity, Morality, ...

 

9.5 Prince of Persia: The Lost Crown

 

It has been a LONG time since we’ve seen a proper Prince of Persia game. Back in 2020 Ubisoft had announced a remake for The Sands of Time, that quite frankly looked REALLY bad. After seeing that, I thought the franchise was doomed and it was time to move on. Thankfully, that project is delayed indefinitely…. which is typically lingo for “We aren’t going to do that anymore”. So, ...

 

5 Ships Simulator

 

Get ready to embark on a maritime journey that leaves you questioning the very definition of entertainment. Ships Simulator on PlayStation 5, developed by OceanCraft Studios, attempts to bring the high seas to your living room. Ships Simulator attempts to capitalize on the PlayStation 5’s hardware but falls short of delivering a truly captivating visual experience. While water effects and ship models show ...

 

6.0 Car Detailing Simulator

 

If you’ve been around GamesReviews.com for a bit, you know I am a sucker for Simulation games. So naturally, when we acquired this code for review it was sent my way. I take that as a badge of honor. Currently, I am playing through Electrician Simulator on PC as well.  But this time around, we are cleaning some cars in Car Detailing Simulator. In Car Detailing Simulator, you get a chance to renew any car ...

 

10 Spider-Man 2

 

The time has come for my most anticipated game of the year Spider-Man 2. When Insomniac Games released the first Spider-Man in 2018 people were excited but didn’t know 100% to expect, after they got their hands on it, many people (me included) considered it to be in the top tier of superhero games with the likes of the Arkham Series. Traversal was done in such an amazing and fun way that had never been ...

 

8.0 Sonic Frontiers 2023 + The Final ...

 

It is the nature of modern games that they can change, and quickly. Luckily Sonic Frontiers is all about quick. Okay, puns aside, this is a game that has changed a lot since I reviewed it back in January, and not least because of the free Final Horizon DLC released at the end of last month. But is that enough to bring players back? My initial opinion on Sonic Frontiers is that it was a diamond in the rough. It…

 

8.0 The Crew Motorfest

 

It’s hard to put out a racing game today and not be compared to things like Forza or Gran Tourismo, which are the cream of the crop in the gaming world to be honest. But Ubisoft tries their damnedest with The Crew Motorfest. Eight years ago, with THE CREW 1, they  brought to life a vision of a shared open world filled with car adventures. They gave players the opportunity to experience the illegal street ...

 

8.0 Two Point Campus Medical School D...

 

Two Point Hospital and Two Point Campus have been some go-to cozy gaming of mine for the past couple of years. Harking back to Theme Hospital back on the PC, where I also spent waaay too much time playing, the series has been a comfort food sort of gaming experience for me since then. A brilliant mix of humour, simulation, and fun make it a good time had by all. Now Two Point Studios introduces its latest DLC ...

 

9.0 Broforce Forever (Xbox Series X)

 

When America needs to dole out some democracy, there’s only one gang of soldiers brave enough to answer the call: the Broforce. Made up of familiar (but not too familiar) faces from favourite action films and TV series of the 80s and 90s, you get to chew gum and kick ass through dozens of hilariously funny levels. And while the original game came out in 2015, Broforce Forever – the final update ...

 

7.5 Gimmick! Special Edition

 

Gimmick!, released in Scandinavia as Mr. Gimmick, is a platform video game developed and published by Sunsoft, and originally released in Japan for the NES in 1992. The story follows a small green yōkai named Yumetaro who was mistakenly gifted as a toy to a young girl. After the girl’s toys come to life and whisk the girl away to another dimension, Yumetaro gives chase to save her. Playing as Yumetaro, the ...

 

7 APICO

 

In a market where simulation is all the rage, everything from Power Washing to Landscaping to running a Gas Station has been done at this point. But what about Bee Keeping? Welcome to APICO. APICO combines resource gathering, biology, and minigames with ideas from both real-life and fantasy beekeeping and gardening, as it teaches players about the ins-and-outs of maintaining a healthy hive and the importance of ...

 

7.0 Crash Team Rumble

 

Do you like Crash Bandicoot? Have you wanted to see him in a non-platformer game? Well, Crash Team Rumble is a very different take on the franchise! Is it any good? Here is our review of Crash Team Rumble for the Xbox Series. Crash Team Rumble is a 4 versus 4 online multiplayer only game where your team fights against another team to get the most points. It has a battle season pass like Fortnite. Unlike Fortnite ...

 

8.0 Super Mega Baseball 4

 

Long before we were treated in the gaming world to the masterpiece series known as MLB the Show, little Kevin used to sit in front of his CRT TV playing games like Bases Loaded. There was just something about how much FUN those games were. Fully embracing the arcadiness style of gameplay, no need for real teams or players, just had fun with it. The mechanics also were so simple that virtually anyone could pick ...

 

7.0 Mia and the Dragon Princess

 

I’m a sucker for the old school FMV games. Playing them on my PC in the mid-late 90s and occasionally we get some on consoles now. The latest of which being Mia and the Dragon Princess, which don’t let the name fool you, the game is full of greatly coordinated fights, explosions, and action. But I’m getting ahead of myself. Mia dreams of adventure, but her feeling of responsibility to her ...

 

8.0 Horizon Burning Shores

 

Burning Shores is the DLC to Horizon Forbidden West and the latest in the Sci-Fi Adventure series. Burning Shores takes place in the immediate aftermath of Horizon Forbidden West, following the defeat of deluded Far Zenith warrior, Tilda. It’s largely a post-game add-on chapter, but teases the future of Horizon within its small-scale storyline, which introduces key players likely to return in a hypothetical ...

 

6.0 Minecraft Legends (Second Opinio...

 

Minecraft Legends is an upcoming action strategy video game being developed by Mojang Studios and Blackbird Interactive, and published by Xbox Game Studios. It is officially slated to release on April 18, 2023. Now this isn’t the first spinoff from the ULTRA successful Minecraft series, you may remember Minecraft Dungeons from a few years ago, which I had a lot of fun with honestly. Can they do it again ...

 

7.5 Tales of Symphonia Remastered

 

Tales of Symphonia Remastered is an update of a Nintendo Gamecube classic. How does it play on the Playstation 4? Here is our review!

 

9.0 Dead Cells

 

In the past I was never what you would consider a fan of rogue-like games. Dead Cells came and went without me really even acknowledging it’s existence. Up until 2020 when a friend of mine could stop singing the praises of Hades, which took the gaming world by storm that year, and still to date is one of the best “indie” games I have ever played. Since then I realized I was honestly missing out on a satisfying ...

 

7.5 OddBallers

 

Ubisoft seems to be in the news a lot lately, from plunging stock values, delays of Skull and Bones again, and now the semi-flawed release of their newest title OddBallers. Now let me start all this off by saying Ubisoft is one of my absolutely favorite developer/publisher teams out there. I am a massive fan of Watchdogs, Far Cry, The Division, Etc etc. I think they get a lot of heat for putting out many good, ...

 

8.0 Two Point Campus Space Academy

 

Last year one of my most enjoyable gaming experiences was getting to review Two Point Campus, as a big fan of Two Point Hospital and Theme Hospital before it way back in the day this was a no brainer. The gameplay is fun, relaxing tone, humorous writing, what’s not to love? In fact, you can read my whole review HERE. So obviously when they announced the Space Academy DLC, I was already with my astronaut ...

 

7.5 Sonic Frontiers

 

Sonic Frontiers is the best Sonic game in a generation. If you’re running faster than the blue blur to tell me that isn’t saying much, congratulations. You win Internet Original of the Day. But believe me when I say this is a new direction for the former console mascot. Do you remember the Saturday morning cartoon Sonic? He could seemingly run on any surface, leaping from one area to another in a ...

 

6.0 Soccer Story

 

In a world where football is banned, it’s up to one youngster to… play football. So that football can return to the world? That’s Soccer Story, and if that explanation grabs you, congratulations – the game is exactly what you think it’ll be. Soccer Story is part sports game, yes. But mostly it’s about exploration and MMO-style quests that have you mostly using your magic ball ...

 

8.0 Ship of Fools

 

Just when you thought you’ve seen and done everything a rogue like game could offer….along comes Ship of Fools. Ship of Fools is a seafaring rogue like co-op game where you play the Fools, the only creatures fool enough to brave the sea. The Great Lighthouse that once protected the Archipelago is broken and a storm of malice and corruption is coming. Together, you and your ship mate will jump aboard ...

 

8.0 Return to Monkey Island

 

Return to Monkey Island is the follow up to 1991’s Monkey Island 2, that’s right 31 years later we got the follow up to the cliffhanger ending of Monkey Island 2. For those of us old enough to remember and appreciate it. Legendary point and click game creator Ron Gilbert (Maniac Mansion, Monkey Island, Thimbleweed Park) had always wanted to continue to work on the series he created however when ...

 

Call of Duty Modern Warefare II M...

 

As I stated in my review of the campaign for Modern Warfare II, I typically don’t show up for COD to play multiplayer, I’m typically focused on the narrative and campaign. But obviously since I was reviewing this game, I of course had to give it a fair chance and put in through the ringer…or put myself through the ringer, in the process I had ALOT of fun. This year’s iteration of ...

 

9.0 Call of Duty Modern Warfare II Ca...

 

Every year I typically look forward to the new Call of Duty campaign, I’m typically not into these games for the multiplayer although I know most people are. I always look forward to some great shooter action, supreme gun play and shooting mechanics. With all the hype/build up for MWII could it possibly live up to the expectation? Call of Duty®: Modern Warfare II is the sequel to 2019’s blockbuster Modern ...

 

10 God Of War Ragnorok

 

It was 2018 when the last God of War title graced our PlayStation 4 consoles to bring us the epic game of that generation. Now, any good PlayStation fan has always enjoyed the God of War games, but in 2018 it brought us a new look and feel of the series that I’m not sure anyone quite expected. The game brought to us an incredible journey about self-discovery, grief, hope, and a strained relationship ...

 

8.0 The Quarry

 

The Quarry is developed by Supermassive Games and was designed to be a spiritual successor to Until Dawn. Both games are basically interactive movies that you control multiple characters and narratives and the choices you make (or don’t make) can drastically change the outcome of the story. Supermassive has also in recent years been the driving force behind the Dark Pictures Anthology games however I ...

 

9.0 Overwatch 2

 

How do you review Overwatch 2? Honestly, I’ve been wondering ever since I downloaded it. Is it fair to give a high score to a sequel that isn’t in any way a sequel, but just the same game in disguise? Is it fair to mark up excellent gameplay when the free-to-play system beneath it feels so dirty? More than that – this isn’t my first visit to Overwatch. I have a few hundred hours into it, ...

 

10 The Last of Us Part One

 

It’s been 9 years since I first experienced The Last of Us, which I originally played on PS3. The game for me unraveled a story like no other I had ever experienced in my 30+ years of gaming. It brought me moments of excitement, hope, fear and even sadness. I will say right now, and I’m not too proud to, this was the first video game that as a father…. made me cry. Ever since completing it back ...