Power Rangers: Battle For The Grid Review – A Bland But Serviceable Fighter

Publisher: nWay Developer: nWay Release: April 2019 Rating: Teen Reviewed on: Switch Also on: PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC The history of Power Rangers games is sordid. Despite the franchise’s popularity over the last 26 years, no single release has risen above the typical licensed-game standard of mediocrity – and few even attain that level. …

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Valve Acknowledges 'Deep-Rooted' Issue With Artifact, Working On Major Fixes

Valve has broken its silence on the future of Artifact by announcing it is now working to address the card game’s larger issues instead of implementing smaller updates. Although we liked it at the time of release, right now Artifact’s biggest issue is its playerbase. Since it launched in November of last year, it’s bled …

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Starfield And The Elder Scrolls VI Will Not Be At E3 This Year

At last year’s E3 conference, Bethesda went ahead and announced two extremely far-off products in their development pipeline: the sci-fi game Starfield and The Elder Scrolls VI. While it has been debated exactly how early these games are, they at least appear to be early enough that they won’t be talked about when Bethesda reconvenes …

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In Defense of Assassin’s Creed III (And Its Remaster)

Assassin’s Creed III has always carried a dubious reputation with fans, and for many it’s an easy target for derision. I’m a firm believer in the subjectivity of gaming experiences, and it’s clear Assassin’s Creed III simply didn’t hit the mark for many players. But I’ve always really loved the game, from an original glowing …

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