Author Cassandra Khaw

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  • Tooth and Tail review

    Tooth and Tail is a deft and minimalist RTS that's slick as a knife through the ribs.

    Recommended PC

    26
  • Pyre review

    Dazzling and mysterious, this ambitious party-based RPG is a masterpiece.

    Essential PC PS4 PS4 Pro

    105
  • Emily is Away Too review

    Emily is Away Too is a surprisingly poignant trip down memory lane.

    Recommended PC

    18
  • Impact Winter review

    Beautiful but bug-riddled, Impact Winter isn't the game it could be yet.

    PC

    12
  • Full Throttle Remastered review

    A glorious ride down a futuristic California that never was.

    Recommended PC PS4

    50
  • Beat Cop review

    Like Police Quest meets Papers, Please on a grim day.

    PC

    72
  • Thimbleweed Park review

    Thimbleweed Park is what would happen if you moved Nightvale into Monkey Island, and gave everyone too much rum.

    Recommended PC PS4 One

    66
  • Persona 5 review

    Beautiful, badass and audacious, Persona 5 is going to steal your heart.

    Essential PS3 PS4

    235
  • Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE review

    Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE is an imperfect yet brilliant marriage of two beloved franchises.

    Recommended Wii U

    43
  • Yo-Kai Watch review

    Repetitive but charming, Yo-Kai Watch is a kid's game through and through.

    3DS

    16
  • Sheltered review

    Sheltered is an interesting attempt to simulate the life of a post-nuclear family, but it falls short of its potential.

    Mac PC PS4 One

    18
  • Bravely Second review

    Bravely Second is an unapologetic sequel to a JRPG that is a spiritual successor to another, and all the better for it.

    Recommended 3DS

    37
  • Project X Zone 2 review

    Project X Zone 2 is a hilarious but sometimes tiresome genre mashup of every crossover you ever wanted.

    3DS

    12
  • Mario & Luigi: Paper Jam Bros Review

    Mario & Luigi: Paper Jam Bros is wholesome, warm, but occasionally wearisome.

    3DS

    49
  • The Witcher 3: Hearts of Stone review

    Hearts of Stone subverts some tropes while holding onto others. A delightful romp, if you need more Witcher 3 with your Witcher 3.

    PC PS4 One

    73
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