Gamerant : game reviews
13  octobre     15h00
The Jackbox Party Pack 8 Review
Dalton Cooper    The Jackbox Party Pack 8 is a solid collection of fun mini-games, though this latest entry does have more bugs than fans may be used to dealing with.
Back 4 Blood Review
Joshua Duckworth    Back 4 Blood is a true spiritual successor to Left 4 Dead where it counts, yet it manages to drop the ball in a lot of ways too.
11  octobre     15h00
Disco Elysium Switch Review
Cameron Corliss    Disco Elysium is one of the greatest RPGs ever made, and now it’s finally available on Nintendo Switch.
06  octobre     09h18
Life is Strange: True Colors Wavelengths DLC Review
Brittni Finley    If Before the Storm was the beginning of Steph’s story and Life is Strange: True Colors is the end, Wavelengths bridges the gap between the two.
03  octobre     21h10
Lemnis Gate Review
Dalton Cooper    Lemnis Gate’s incredibly innovative turn-based FPS concept makes it something truly unique and the potential sleeper hit of the year.
28  septembre     00h00
Sable Review
Pam K Ferdinand    Sable encourages leisurely exploration and straying from the beaten path, but is unfortunately dragged down by a few too many bugs.
27  septembre     23h52
Pathfinder: Wrath of the Righteous Review
Pam K Ferdinand    Pathfinder: Wrath of the Righteous provides an impressively deep CRPG experience, but tosses in some frustration and bugs to go with it.
Diablo 2: Resurrected Review
Denny Connolly    Blizzard attempts to breathe fresh life into an iconic classic with a fresh coat of paint and minor quality of life upgrades in Diablo 2: Resurrected.
21  septembre     04h01
Kena: Bridge of Spirits Review
Dalton Cooper    Kena: Bridge of Spirits is a short but sweet action-adventure game with a heartwarming story and great graphics that make it feel like a Disney movie.
16  septembre     13h01
Lost Judgment Review
Callum Williams    Lost Judgment is a compelling new entry in the Yakuza series, doling out flashy action, meaningful side content, and an engrossing mystery to solve.
13  septembre     12h02
Deathloop Review
Dalton Cooper    Arkane Studios hits it out of the park with Deathloop, an infinitely entertaining first-person shooter stealth game with an intriguing PvP twist.
08  septembre     16h00
Life is Strange: True Colors Review
Brittni Finley    Life is Strange: True Colors demonstrates Deck Nine and protagonist Alex Chen’s empathetic powers through its skillful storytelling and characters.
Tales of Arise Review
Joshua Duckworth    Tales of Arise takes the franchise to new heights with an emotional story, unique characters, fun combat, and more defining features.
27  août     04h08
No More Heroes 3 Review
Greysun Morales    No More Heroes 3 brings the mainline series back after 10 years, and it’s better than it’s ever been before.
23  août     21h59
Ghost of Tsushima: Director’s Cut Review
Dalton Cooper    Ghost of Tsushima: Director’s Cut makes an already great open world game that much better with new features and the Iki Island expansion.
Aliens: Fireteam Elite Review
Joshua Duckworth    Aliens: Fireteam Elite attempts to be a highly replayable game but ultimately sets itself up for failure as a one-trick pony.
Psychonauts 2 Review
Dalton Cooper    Psychonauts 2 was worth the 16-year wait, as it’s easily Double Fine’s best game so far and a strong contender for Game of the Year.
22  août     23h53
12 Minutes Review
Jonathan Ammerman    12 Minutes is an excellent narrative experience thanks to its chilling story, top-notch voice actors, and unique and intriguing gameplay loop.
13  août     06h14
Doomsday Vault Review
Pam K Ferdinand    Doomsday Vault, the post-apocalyptic, pastel-colored platformer developed by Flightless offers a pleasant but forgettable experience.
07  août     06h42
Tribes of Midgard Review
Cameron Corliss    Tribes of Midgard manages to make tower defense more compelling than it usually is, but struggles to keep things interesting.
01  août     06h34
Ender Lilies: Quietus of the Knights Review
Pam K Ferdinand    Ender Lilies: Quietus of the Knights is a charming and melancholy Metroidvania that doesn’t stray far from its roots and inspirations.
Final Fantasy Pixel Remaster Review
Jared Carvalho    Final Fantasy Pixel Remaster is a great gateway to the series’ classic titles, though UI and quality of life improvements fall short at times.
26  juillet     17h58
The Great Ace Attorney Chronicles Review
Greysun Morales    The Great Ace Attorney Chronicles is full of content and beginner-friendly, but some of its cases fall flat compared to its predecessors.
NEO: The World Ends With You Review
Dalton Cooper    Those who can put up with NEO: The World Ends With You’s slow start and repetitiveness will find a game with great combat and a ton of content.
12  juillet     11h00
Where the Heart Leads Review
Ramon Hara    Where The Heart Leads is a surreal narrative-based game that will take players on a journey filled with emotional highs and lows.
08  juillet     21h56
Monster Hunter Stories 2: Wings of Ruin Review
Greysun Morales    Monster Hunter Stories 2 is a solid JRPG that will keep players engaged and satisfied until the end, even with its uninspired map layouts.
03  juillet     18h33
Chicory: A Colorful Tale Review
Dalton Cooper    Chicory: A Colorful Tale is a compelling twist on The Legend of Zelda formula that will appeal to fans of Nintendo’s popular franchise.
01  juillet     06h20
Doki Doki Literature Club Plus Review
Sarah Fields    Doki Doki Literature Club Plus adds fresh content to the psychological horror visual novel, and releases for game consoles for the first time.
29  juin     06h52
Scarlet Nexus Review
Dalton Cooper    Scarlet Nexus is an action-RPG with a fun combat system and interesting story weighed down by repetitive content and static cut-scenes.
Tainted Grail: Conquest Review
Anthony Puleo    Tainted Grail: Conquest ï is a great game with a gripping setting, enjoyable rogue-lite mechanics, and engaging deckbuilding gameplay.
22  juin     06h54
Final Fantasy 7 Remake Intergrade Review
Dalton Cooper    Final Fantasy 7 Remake Intergrade is the definitive way to experience the game, and the Yuffie Intermission DLC is a must-play for fans.
The Magnificent Trufflepigs Review
Marina DelGreco    The Magnificent Trufflepigs created a fun experience for players by putting the focus on storytelling and letting players take their time.
Aerial Knight’s Never Yield Review
Noah Vaca    Aerial Knight’s Never Yield presents a not-so-endless runner that oozes coolness, despite failing to present players with engaging gameplay.
21  juin     13h00
Dungeons and Dragons: Dark Alliance Review
Paul Mason    Dungeons and Dragons: Dark Alliance delivers a solid fantasy action role-playing experience, though it’s not without shortcomings.
20  juin     07h24
The Elder Scrolls Online: Blackwood Review
Hunter Mass    The Elder Scrolls Online: Blackwood provides plenty of enjoyable content, but it may not be enough to breathe new life into the MMO.
Chivalry 2 Review
Cameron Corliss    Chivalry 2 expands on many of the concepts found in similar games, while at the same time offering a shinier experience than most.
08  juin     11h00
Ratchet and Clank: Rift Apart Review
Anthony Taormina    Ratchet and Clank: Rift Apart uses the power of the PS5 to put on a stunning display, highlighted by bombastic action, plenty of humor, and heart.
27  mai     19h25
Pathway Review
Pam K Ferdinand    Robotality’s roguelite adventure game Pathway might suck players in for a while, but ultimately lacks the appeal to make them stay.
26  mai     17h16
Mass Effect: Legendary Edition Review
Joshua Duckworth    Mass Effect: Legendary Edition is everything fans have been begging for in a remaster, bringing these beloved and classic titles into the modern era.
Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 2.5 ReMIX PC Review
Rob Dolen    As the classic Kingdom Hearts games finally jump to PC, the Windows ports of the remastered collection are mostly solid, despite some issues.
25  mai     07h53
Knockout City Review
Noah Vaca    Knockout City’s unique premise sets it apart from other team-based action games, but it suffers from a slight identity crisis.
24  mai     12h00
BioMutant Review
Cameron Corliss    BioMutant manages to check all of the boxes for an open-world RPG, but it never quite reaches the heights that it aspires to.
18  mai     21h30
Baldur’s Gate: Dark Alliance Review
Dalton Cooper    20 years after its original release, Baldur’s Gate: Dark Alliance is showing other dungeon crawling hack-and-slash games how it’s done.
Essays on Empathy Review
Marina DelGreco    Essays on Empathy is a collection of games meant to get players thinking and most of them do this exceptionally well, while others are a bit flat.
Shin Megami Tensei 3 Nocturne HD Remaster Review
Rob Dolen    As Atlus’ seminal JRPG returns, Shin Megami Tensei 3 Nocturne HD Remaster remains extremely faithful to the original, for better and worse.
The Invisible Hand Review
Hunter Mass    With a narrative spin on a stock market simulator, Power Struggle Games’ The Invisible Hand is a largely entertaining game, even through its flaws.
13  mai     07h25
New Pokemon Snap Review
Joshua Duckworth    New Pokemon Snap is a worthwhile sequel to the 1999 classic, giving players a relaxing experience that captures the charm of the Pokemon world.
12  mai     07h01
Assassin’s Creed Valhalla: Wrath of the Druids DLC Review
Joshua Duckworth    Assassin’s Creed Valhalla’s Wrath of the Druids DLC is not a bad addition to the game, but it doesn’t particularly stand out either.
Subnautica: Below Zero Review
Pam K Ferdinand    The underwater survival game Subnautica: Below Zero brings the same wonder and beauty as its predecessor, and that’s not a bad thing.
11  mai     21h40
Hood: Outlaws and Legends Review
Derek Nichols    The Robin Hood inspired Hood: Outlaws and Legends offers plenty of PvPvE fun when it works, but suffers from numerous online issues.