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Xenoblade Chronicles 2 Expansion Pass Review

Xenoblade Chronicles 2 is a rare behemoth of a JRPG on the Nintendo Switch. It's staggeringly content-rich. One could spend hours upon hours exploring the world of Alrest, challenging optional bosses, collecting rare BLADES (basically the game’s Pokémon) and scouring every nook and cranny for hidden treasures. The game also features an expansion pass with a promise of updating the already astounding game with even more content throughout the year 2018. The question is: is it worth your time?

Xenoblade Chronicles 2 Expansion Pass Review

Dark Souls III: The Ringed City Review

The Ringed City is simultaneously Dark Souls at its best and it's most tired.  The series may or may not be coming to an end, but this final piece of content, due just as much to its faults as its successes, feels conclusive regardless of what happens to the franchise in the immediate future.  It is fitting, then, that the impending hiatus feels earned.

Dark Souls III: The Ringed City Review

Mount & Blade: Warband Review

Mount & Blade: Warband is very much like Dungeons & Dragons in multiple ways. For one, the atmosphere matches well, but the most important similarity is the way it takes unprepared players by surprise. It takes hours to make your character and figure out how to play, but the problem is that this game is a bad Dungeon Master. It does leave the potential for a good game, but you still can’t have fun with a bad DM.

Mount & Blade: Warband Review

Cities: Skylines - Natural Disasters Review

Far from being a tangential add-on, it adds more to the game than you would dare to assume. Though slightly marred by visual inconsistencies and conditional performance wobbles, Natural Disasters is a thoroughly essential addition to the Cities: Skylines experience. 

Cities: Skylines - Natural Disasters Review