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God of War PC Review – Ragnarok Waiting Room

God of War on PC God of War is one of the biggest PlayStation exclusives to get a PC release, but what exactly is in store for PC players who decide to join Kratos on this new adventure before Ragnarok arrives? Well, honestly, it’s the exact same gameplay experience as it is on consoles. Though, as expected, it runs smoother and somehow looks even better graphically. The game follows Kratos […]

todayJanuary 12, 2022 1

Music News

MDLBEAST SOUNDSTORM Ushers In A New Age Of Musical Freedom In Saudi Arabia [REVIEW]

Guest contribution from Christina Hayek Today I join Your EDM as a guest contributor to share my experience attending the second MDLBeast Sandstorm Festival in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia which featured performances by Axwell & Ingrosso, Major Lazer, David Guetta, and Armin Van Buuren among many others. When initially invited, I felt compelled to see how music was continuously evolving in the region, especially in a predominantly Islamic state, so I […]

todayDecember 24, 2021 1


Halo Infinite Review – Spider-Chief? Master-Man?

Halo Infinite on Xbox Series X For the past four or five years, Microsoft has been attempting to close the gap with Sony when it comes to cinematic, AAA experiences. PlayStation has become synonymous with third-person, story-driven games that take players on epic journeys across frost-bitten mythological lands and immersive historical settings, while Microsoft’s studios have struggled to reach the same dizzying highs. Halo Infinite, however, marks a turning point […]

todayDecember 6, 2021 3


Solar Ash Review – Super Celestial Speed Skating

2021 has been filled with tons of incredible indie games, like Loop Hero, Cyber Shadow, Inscryption, and so many more. And there is one more banger to fill out the calendar from the team at Heart Machine (Hyper Light Drifter). Solar Ash is a colorful action-adventure experience that sends you speed skating around multiple environments with all kinds of gravity-bending platforming mechanics baked in. It is a game about going […]

todayDecember 2, 2021 1


Danganronpa Decadence Review – Cardboard Cutouts Never Looked So Good

Danganronpa Decadence on Switch There’s nothing quite like Danganronpa. 10 years after the release of the first game, no other visual novel series has captured the essence of the high school battle royale genre quite like Danganronpa has. The premise for all three games is always the same: a bunch of high schoolers get trapped in a school (or on a beautiful tropical island), and are forced to commit murder […]

todayNovember 30, 2021 2


Pokemon Brilliant Diamond & Shining Pearl Review – A Lackluster Gem

I can understand how a developer may feel conflicted when fans of a franchise ask for a game that is both a faithful remake to fuel nostalgia and be a fresh, modern experience. It’s a tough balance. ILCA, the developer of Pokemon Brilliant Diamond and Shining Pearl, attempted to find this balance, but ultimately ended up playing on the safe side. The games are a faithful remake, for better or […]

todayNovember 27, 2021 2


Ruined King: A League of Legends Story Review

Ruined King: A League of Legends Story on PS5 For an IP that is well established in the multiplayer online battle arena (MOBA) space, it has been clear for some time now that League of Legends needed to branch out to bring in a bigger audience to its colorful universe. That desire to conquer more genres gave birth to Riot Forge, Riot Games’ publishing arm, and in turn, Airship Syndicate’s […]

todayNovember 23, 2021 2


Microsoft Flight Simulator GOTY Edition + Reno Air Races Review

Microsoft Flight Simulator has been out on PC for over a year, and just a few months on Xbox, and it’ll soon get its biggest content drop yet in the form of the Game of the Year Edition and the Reno Air Races Expansion. The first part of this review will be dedicated to the GOTY Edition, which will be provided at no additional cost to everyone who purchased the […]

todayNovember 17, 2021 1


Sherlock Holmes Chapter One Review

Sherlock Holmes Chapter One on PC When I first heard that Frogwares would be soft rebooting their Sherlock Holmes series, I was genuinely excited. While certainly not perfect, there was always a lot of potential in the investigative elements of their games that could have been excellent with a few slight tweaks. Unfortunately, the changes made in Sherlock Holmes Chapter One only make the series duller and unnecessarily tedious. As […]

todayNovember 16, 2021 1