Hitbox Review

Hitbox Review: The Stanley Parable: Ultra Deluxe - What is a sequel, if not Stanley persevering?

Hitbox Review: Norco - A surrealist slice of life in the South

Hitbox Review: Destiny 2: The Witch Queen - Nine years in, Destiny is better than ever

Hitbox Review: Nobody Saves the World - Be anything you want to be

Hitbox Review: Halo Infinite - The Chief Awakens

Hitbox Review: Final Fantasy XIV: Endwalker - Scions: Endgame

Hitbox Review: The Forgotten City - Ethics in my video game? It’s more likely than you think

Disney announces and updates a slew of projects on Disney+ Day

Hitbox Review: Unpacking - Moving can be fun without the heavy lifting

Hitbox Review: House of Ashes - Light at the end of the creepy underground temple

Hitbox Review: Inscryption - More than just a game of cards

Hitbox Review: Metroid Dread - Return of the Queen

Hitbox Toem - A blurry photo

Hitbox Review: Life is Strange: True Colors - Turns out, Life is still Strange

Hitbox Review: Lake - Delivering chill vibes

Hitbox Review: Psychonauts 2 - All I can think about

My enjoyment of the original skyrocketed “Psychonauts 2,” the long-awaited sequel, to one of my most anticipated games of this year.

Hitbox Review: Twelve Minutes - Don’t start the clock

Hitbox Review: Marvel’s Avengers: War for Wakanda - Wakanda for a few hours

“War for Wakanda,” released on Aug. 16, 2020, is the game’s first expansion.

Hitbox Review: Death’s Door - A door worth opening

Media Headlines and Highlights in August 2021

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