Author: GC Staff

An Eye For Accessibility: Kingdom Come Deliverance

Little is more disappointing for me as a Deaf gamer than eagerly anticipating a new title, getting caught up in up how amazing it will be while I wait for release, and then being majorly let down by accessibility issues when it’s finally out. This has happened countless times, and it always seems to crop up with games I’m anticipating the most. The latest? Kingdom Come: Deliverance from Warhorse Studios.


The Monster Hunter Diaries, Vol. 3

To celebrate the release of Capcom’s new Monster Hunter World, GameCritics is proud to host a new video series from friend of the site, podcaster, video producer and man-about-town Carlos Rodela. Join Carlos as he sets foot in this brave new monster-filled world to learn and explore as someone who’s got basically zero experience with the series, but he’s eager to learn.


The Monster Hunter Diaries, Vol. 2

To celebrate the release of Capcom’s new Monster Hunter World, GameCritics is proud to host a new video series from friend of the site, podcaster, video producer and man-about-town Carlos Rodela. Join Carlos as he sets foot in this brave new monster-filled world to learn and explore as someone who’s got basically zero experience with the series, but he’s eager to learn.


The Monster Hunter Diaries, Vol. 1

To celebrate the release of Capcom’s new Monster Hunter World, GameCritics is proud to host a new video series from friend of the site, podcaster, video producer and man-about-town Carlos Rodela. Join Carlos as he sets foot in this brave new monster-filled world to learn and explore as someone who’s got basically zero experience with the series, but he’s eager to learn.


Football Manager 2018 Review

The Best In The Business

High Having complete control of the club I love.

Low Trying to wake up Monday morning because I was up ‘til 3am trying to finalize that transfer.

WTF I’m going to go through this all over again next year, aren’t I…


Eugene’s Top 10 of 2017

2017 was a great year for games in the midst of a rather unfortunate year for quite literally anything else. There were a lot of new titles that made a splash, the Nintendo Switch had an amazing launch, and there was a rather large set of classics that were revisited this year that also had a big impression.  Here’s my rundown of my top ten of 2017.


League Of War: VR Arena Review

How Did You Wind Up There?

HIGH Watching my group of long range artillery effortlessly wipe out a tank army.

LOW The randomness of the outcomes.

WTF This game is dying for an online multiplayer mode.


Freaky Awesome Review

More Mutation Needed

High Quirky roguelike that mutates the dungeon and the player.

Low So many bugs — and the insect enemies are pretty bad too.

WTF Lemme get this straight… I’m doing this for my dog?