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Gloria Victis Review

After a few weeks with the low-fantasy medieval MMO, Gloria Victis, Emily is finally ready to render a verdict. How does it stack up, and are the occassional server issues worth the experience? Here is our Gloria Victis review.

Remnant From The Ashes Nintendo Switch Review

Remnant: From the Ashes, the incredible third-person, Souls-like ARPG from developer Gunfire Games, has been a personal favorite since its original release in 2019. But how does the Nintendo Switch version hold up? Matt answers the question in his Switch review.

Destiny 2 Lightfall Review - Strand Is Seriously Awesome

At its core, Destiny 2 Lightfall is a fun, solid experience that should delight hardcore fans. Lowry breaks down their full thoughts in our final review of Lightfall.

Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty Review - The RPG Files

Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty is beautiful and offers engaging combat, but suffers some setbacks when compared to Team Ninja's previous works. Here is our full review.

RuneScape - The Re-Review 2023 Edition

RuneScape is one of the highest profile MMORPGs on the market and has been for the past twenty or so years. However, what is it like to join as a new player, and does the MMORPG experience hold up in 2023? Here is our re-review of RuneScape.


Sequels have the unfortunate stigma of needing to be better than their predecessor or they're often criticized or forgotten. They can't simply replicate what the original did right or they'll be written off as bland an unimaginative. Thankfully, Square Enix realized the faults of the first Octopath Traveler while also building upon what made it a strong title in Octopath Traveler II.

Wild Hearts Review

WILD HEARTS tries to emulate the success of Monster Hunter by putting their own spin on things. What sets it apart from its inspiration is the ability to construct on-the-go mechanisms, or karakuri, during hunts.

Strategy Session: Company of Heroes 3 Review

Company of Heroes 3 is ambitious, its dual-wielding campaigns aiming to tell a more focused story of the Mediterranean campaigns of World War 2. But how does that ambition measure up, and does Company of Heroes 3 carry on the excellent real-time prestige of the series?

Path of Exile - The Re-Review

Path of Exile, Grinding Gear Games' free-to-play MMOARPG is pushing ten years old this year. We took the ARPG for a spin, re-review style to see if, ten years on, it still holds up and provides a truly great ARPG experience.

The RPG Files: Fire Emblem Engage Review

The latest Fire Emblem was released on Switch a few weeks back, and Jason has been putting it through its paces. But just how engaging is Fire Emblem Engage?

Warlander Review

As the somewhat spiritual successor to the Xbox hit Happy Wars, Toylogic attempts to recreate that feeling of light-hearted castle warfare with Warlander. Unfortunately, Toylogic missed the mark this time around and delivered a mostly generic title that seems more focused on monetization than interesting gameplay.

Forspoken PlayStation 5 Review

Originally unveiled as Project Athia back in 2020, Forspoken tells the story of Frey, a New Yorker who sees themselves sucked into the fantasy world of Athia at the time of its greatest peril. How does Square Enix's latest AAA IP stack up though, and is Athia a world worth jumping down the rabbit hole to explore?

Side Quests: Warhammer 40,000: Darktide Review

Shane took the latest Warhammer 40,000-based game for a spin, earning favor with the God-Emperor in Darktide. But how does the co-op multiplayer extraction shooter fare?

High on Life Review

High on Life is a game developed by Squanch Games. It is a fun romp through a unique world created by Justin Roiland, co-creator of Rick and Morty. So long as players are prepared for the style of humor of Rick and Morty this is an enjoyable experience. It has slick visuals with constantly wise-cracking guns all wrapped up as a decent FPS. Check out Kevin's review.

The RPG Files: Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII Reunion Review

With the Final Fantasy VII Remake story train now barreling down the tracks, it was only a matter of time before Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII reappeared over a decade after its launch, built from the ground up for a new audience. Does it work?