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SwapQuest Review

Pathfinders Wanted!

HIGH Solving every floor of the tower in quick succession.

LOW Grinding the same level over and over again to get strong enough to fight the boss.

WTF I’m supposed to click on the boss to kill it? How could I have guessed that?


LawBreakers Review

Goal Makers, Life Takers, Don’t You Mess Around With Me

HIGH Letting the other team charge the battery to 100% and then stealing it.

LOW The dialog and aesthetic are thoroughly forgettable.

WTF The tutorials are literally just YouTube videos? What is this, Elite Dangerous?


Injustice 2 Review

To Skip It Would Be An Injustice

HIGH The highly polished, fleshed-out campaign.

LOW Microtransactions.

WTF The final boss has a move that hits for 50% health.


Madden NFL 18 Review

This One Could Go… All… The… Way

HIGH  Frostbite engine meets football weather? It’ll be a showcase on the One X.

LOW  The Longshot story mode needs more… um … gameplay.

WTF  “Devin Wade” and “Colt Cruise” sound like two winners from this year’s AVN Awards


Masquerada: Songs And Shadows Review

It’s A Pun

HIGH A truly gorgeous game that offers as much emotionally as it does visually.

LOW The frequency of loading screens was frustrating.

WTF The sheer number of animals that don’t care that there’s war going on around them.


Morrowind and The Memory Stone

Andrew King extolls the virtues of The Memory Stone — a wonderful quest tucked away inside Elder Scrolls Online: Morrowind. Read on and see why sometimes leaving “the fun” hidden is the best decision a director can make.