L.A. Noire: The VR Case Files Review Mike Souheil

L.A. Noire: The VR Case Files Review Mike Souheil

To refer to L.A. Noire: The VR Case Files simply as a VR port does it a disservice. In many ways, the game feels like a fresh experience with its new first-person perspective coupled with interactive environments. Despite its truncated length, you get the sense that...
Hello Neighbor Review – GameSpot Mike Souheil

Hello Neighbor Review – GameSpot Mike Souheil

Imagine you’re a small child in a quiet suburb, playing in the street on an idyllic afternoon. Suddenly, there’s a terrible shrieking from your neighbor’s house across the road. You run over and peek in the neighbor’s window just in time to see...
Gorogoa Review – GameSpot Mike Souheil

Gorogoa Review – GameSpot Mike Souheil

Few games take the concept of altering reality to as artistic a level as Gorogoa. This labor of love made chiefly by one developer is a gorgeous and intriguing puzzle game that works because of its stunning art and intelligent puzzle design. Far from a traditional...
Rumu Review – GameSpot Mike Souheil

Rumu Review – GameSpot Mike Souheil

The moral and ethical dilemmas of engaging with ever-evolving technology isn’t a new thing for video games. But in combining these weighty themes with a heartfelt story about family, loss, and love, Rumu brings a fresh and heart-wrenching perspective to some...