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Steve Wittkamp

Godzilla Minus One is a Period Piece that Understands the Point of Godzilla

Godzilla Minus One is an inspired reimagining of everyone's favorite kaiju, seamlessly blending emotional human drama and monster destruction spectacle.
Steve Wittkamp

Resident Evil 4 Remake – The Best Has Met Its Match

The remake of Resident Evil 4 is both a fresh and familiar experience that complements the original game while providing thrilling new action-horror sequences.
Steve Wittkamp

Tales of Symphonia Remastered Is a Bittersweet Symphonia

Tales of Symphonia Remastered brings the classic RPG (but not its sequel) to modern consoles along with a handful of new technical issues.
Steve Wittkamp

I Played Through Babylon’s Fall so You Don’t Have To

Babylon's Fall is a disastrous collaboration between PlatinumGames and Square-Enix that fails both as an action title and a live service game.
Steve Wittkamp

Persona’s Remarkable Legacy Is Finally Available on Modern Consoles

Following last fall's wide release of Persona 5 Royal, both Persona 3 Portable and Persona 4 Golden are now available on modern consoles and Xbox Game Pass!
Steve Wittkamp

Genshin Impact Genius Invokation TCG Overview and Impressions

Genius Invokation TCG is a free card game within Genshin Impact that allows you to build decks, collect cards, and challenge NPCs and other players to duels.
Steve Wittkamp

Genshin Impact – Sumeru Update Report Card

Genshin Impact's 3.0 Sumeru Update offers new Archon and world quests, the Dendro element, and numerous new characters.
Steve Wittkamp

Simulacra 3 Provides Spooky “Found Phone” Horror

Simulacra 3 is a "found phone" horror game in which you investigate a series of disappearances in a small town that appear to be linked to a local witch legend.
Steve Wittkamp

Silenced: The House is a Sepia-Toned Bloodbath

Silenced: The House offers a gruesome horror story with detailed artwork and an eerie soundtrack. Unfortunately, the translation is plagued with errors.
Steve Wittkamp

The Fridge is Red Review: Slow-Burn My Dread

The Fridge is Red is a quirky anthology of six seemingly unrelated horror stories with a lo-fi presentation that makes it feel like a cursed PlayStation 1 game.
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