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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…


Microsoft Reloads: A Look At The Xbox One X

In the two-horse race for console superiority, it’s clearly been Sony out in front this generation. The Xbox One launched with bad press, an ugly design, slim pickings when it came to console exclusives, and a clear disadvantage when it came to the quality of multiplatform releases, but Microsoft’s fortune may be changing…


Road Rage Review

Sadly, it’s no Road Rash.

HIGH The delightfully smashed-up cell phone that mission briefings appear on.

LOW Everything else.

WTF That’s quite a Schwarzenegger impression one of the mission-givers is doing!


Gundam Versus Review

Let’s Settle This, Giant Robot Style

HIGH Hitting an enemy across the map with a perfectly-timed stun spear.

LOW The boss ship’s impossible-to-dodge laser attacks.

WTF Prestige suits cost seven real dollars each.


AJ’s Top 10 of 2017

 2017 is finally over and I am proud to say I’ve survived it. One of the few bright spots has been the sheer number of brilliant titles this year — with standouts in every genre, there’s been something for everyone. The ten games below are the ones that stood out to me (for better or for worse) and people coming to this list might be surprised by the omissions. I must confess that I own neither the PS4 nor the Switch, so bear with me on this one…


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.


Andrew’s Top 10 of 2017

It’s a testament to the quality of 2017’s releases that despite the fact that I played more games this year than I ever have in one trip around the sun—at least 108 by my estimate—I’m writing this list with the nagging feeling that there are at least a dozen other titles that would have had a shot if only I had had time (and money) to play them.