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Assassin's Creed Origins: The Curse of the Pharaohs DLC Review

As the final piece of DLC, The Curse of the Pharaohs rounds out an attractive and full-featured edition of a bold new direction for Assassin’s Creed. Not only does the new content add hours of new gear and things to see and do, I was really enamored by its thematic departure from the main game and its first expansion, The Hidden Ones.

Assassin's Creed Origins: The Curse of the Pharaohs DLC Review

Atomega Review

I’d like to see the game get more time in the oven because it’s legitimately cool and the concept is fresh and new. Ubisoft and Reflections didn’t quite put their best first forward with this release. But with time and energy, Atomega has the potential to evolve into an addicting multiplayer experience.

Atomega Review

Star Trek Bridge Crew Review

Star Trek Bridge Crew won’t change the world, but it provides a stunning realization of the Star Trek franchise and brings with it an unparalleled level of immersion and VR fun. I can think of no other franchise that’s better suited to cooperative VR play than Star Trek, and Bridge Crew makes playing with strangers fun again. It also represents the ultimate in wish fulfillment.

Star Trek Bridge Crew Review

Eagle Flight Review

Despite the generic design of Eagle Flight’s story missions and the inability to reliably play online, it’s still a thrilling thing to experience in VR. It would be easier to write off were it a tradition, VR-free PlayStation game, but the immersion the headset offers makes it all the more fun and a good way to destress from the day. 

Eagle Flight Review