Reviews - Victory Point

Psychonauts in the Rhombus of Ruin Review: Brain Matter

I loved the original Psychonauts when it first released in 2005. As a fan of Tim Schafer’s previous work, I was interested to see how his writing, characters, and world building would translate into...

Final Fantasy XV Review: The Long Awaited Journey

Ever since I was a kid, I have found the Final Fantasy franchise to be electrifying. I didn’t get giddy over a boy, but rather a new addition to a world that provided rich stories and...
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Tyranny Review: A Fine Line Between Good And Evil

Being accustomed to a world where good unfailingly triumphs over evil, Tyranny takes the reigns on a whole new perspective – what happens when the tables have been turned and the forces of evil...

Sports Bar VR Review: Leave Your Skee Balls Home

There’s nothing quite like enjoying a night with your buddies at the bar. Whether it's watching the big sports game, or just enjoying the night shooting pool, it's always a great, social experience. Sports...

Dragon Ball Z Xenoverse 2 Review: A Lot To Fit In One Capsule

The first thing I remember was the game asking me was if I wanted to try and transfer my data over, but I didn’t play the first one. This should have been the first...

Batman: The Telltale Series Episode Three Review: Put The Piece Away

I liked the first episode of Telltale’s Batman series. I thought it set up some interesting story ideas and I enjoyed the new mechanics added, the detective “linking” sections especially. During episode two, I...

Rise of the Tomb Raider PS4 Review: Mind Your Manors

I put off playing the Tomb Raider reboot in 2013 because I didn’t think it would be that good, as pretty and enticing as it all looked. I was wrong to do that. Sorry,...

Shadow Warrior 2 Review: Action, Blood, And Bad Jokes

Developed by Polish studio Flying Wild Hog and published by Devolver Digital, Shadow Warrior 2 is an intense fps-adventure featuring blood, mutated monsters, pop-culture references, and an arsenal of bad jokes. The game is set...
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The Witness Review: A Puzzling Conundrum

The Witness comes to us from Jonathan Blow and his team over at Thelka, Inc. It's Blow's  highly anticipated first effort since releasing the critically acclaimed, Braid. While The Witness released on PlayStation 4...

Batman: A Telltale Series Episode Two Review: Botched First Move

When we reviewed the first episode of Telltale’s latest episodic series, Batman, we had this to say: “Technical issues aside, the debut episode of Batman does a great job raising questions about the Wayne’s...

N++ Review: The Way Of The Ninja

Presenting a combination of fast-paced stages based on momentum and brain teasers, N++ is quite the entertaining platformer. Following suit of its prequel N+, dashing across obstacles while simultaneously collecting gold is what makes...

Madden NFL 17 Review: Commitment To Excellence

EA Sports is back at it again with another installment in the Madden series. This time around the title has listened to the community by finally delivering on features long promised, rebalancing special teams,...

Headlander Review: Forging Ahead

Headlander is a game with a pretty damn weird premise. Let me explain. Essentially you are a head and likely the last living organic life-form in existence. Everyone else has had their consciousness downloaded...

Batman: The Telltale Series Episode One Review: Preparing The Board

Batman’s first episode, Realm of Shadows introduces us to the world that this Batman /Bruce Wayne inhabit and lets us explore it. The dynamic between Batman and Bruce Wayne has always been one of the...

Suicide Squad Review: Psychotic Mediocrity

2016’s Summer blockbuster season has been kind of a disappointment. Starting off strong with Captain America: Civil War, it’s since been degraded into mediocrity. For the most part, sequels have failed to live up...

Dungeon Punks Review: Take a Friend to Die With You

Reading over the presser for this game made me realize I saw what Hyper Awesome was trying to do here, and then the trailer helped to seal the deal as it were and build...

Poly Bridge Review: Bridging The Gap

Had I not decided to devote my life to video games, architectural engineering might have been my career choice. This is one of the reasons why Poly Bridge, developed and published by Dry Cactus,...

7 Days To Die Review: A Jack Of All Trades…Sort Of

It all began in a desert environment. I awoke in a daze, struggling to focus on my immediate surroundings. Equipped with very little supplies, I noticed I was clothed in next to nothing. A cardboard box came...

Furi Review: Fight Furiously, Die Nameless

What a strange and attractive game, with an odd little title, from a weirdly named studio, with a great soundtrack. It all started off so well…. “I hear thunder pitter-patter, time to wake up” From French...