App Trigger

@app-trigger

200 Published Reviews

Sniper Elite 5

PS5
8.50
Elliot HilderbrandMay 26, 2022
Sniper Elite 5 is as big and massive as its maps are. There is tons to explore while you attempt to take down the Axis powers all by yourself. The x-ray kill shots are back, and a fantastic detail is carried over from previous entries. Besides a great campaign to play by yourself you can do it again in co-op, something I can’t wait to do now that everyone has access to the game.

Evil Dead: The Game

PS5
7.00
Dev CrowleyMay 22, 2022
While there isn’t anything to make Evil Dead: The Game stand out among the other asymmetrical survival horror games, what the game does, it does really well. However, that sameness will get old fairly fast.

Roguebook

Switch
4.00
Eric HallidayMay 20, 2022
Roguebok is a card-based roguelike that takes many elements from successful games like it but fails in its execution with them. Muddled sound, blurry graphics, stuttering animation, illegible text, no accessibility options and an overly boring story makes this a game I’d probably just avoid completely.

Vampire: The Masquerade - Swansong

PS5
8.00
Dev CrowleyMay 18, 2022
Although the graphics can sometimes leave a lot to be desired, the gameplay is a lot of fun, immersing the player in the intricate politics of vampire society. And you get some wicked powers too.

In Nightmare

PS5
8.00
Dev CrowleyMay 16, 2022
In Nightmare is a beautiful landscape touching on the process of working through trauma and bad memories. With stunning visuals and incessant monsters, you’ll feel like a child again

The Serpent Rogue

PS5
8.50
Dev CrowleyMay 16, 2022
The Serpent Rogue offers a fun and relaxing game that is part adventure and part sandbox. Whether you’re here for the gameplay or the atmosphere, I think you’ll enjoy your stay.

Nintendo Switch Sports

Switch
7.50
Elliot HilderbrandMay 02, 2022
Overall the games are fun, and they work. I never ran into any issues with the games bugging out, or felt that anything was too unfair. They all have a good level of polish to them, even if parts of the games feel like they were tacked on mini-mini games to the sport.

The Stanley Parable: Ultra Deluxe

Switch
9.50
Eric HallidayMay 02, 2022
Anyways, Stanley Parable’s “Ultra Deluxe” no content is pretty wonderful. So much so that it almost feels like you’ve discovered a sequel as opposed to additional content. The narration is still incredible. The new endings are just as clever, thought-provoking and/or bizarre as always, and is just an absolute treasure to have around.

Dislyte

Android
7.50
Eric HallidayApr 24, 2022
Dislyte is a refreshing and unique free-to-play mobile RPG. The characters are all unique and interesting enough that sometimes even a bad gacha pull is still worthwhile.

Kombinera

Switch
8.00
Eric HallidayApr 17, 2022
Kombinera promises a classic Atari experience and delivers on that. With the help of developers Graphite Lab and Joystick, they’ve created a puzzle game that constantly delivers enough twists over time to stay fresh.

Who Pressed Mute on Uncle Marcus?

PS4
6.00
Dev CrowleyApr 09, 2022
The story is engaging enough that you actually want to find out who poisoned your favorite uncle and the mechanics are simple enough that even your sweet old GamGam can play. Just be mindful of toxic family members and lots of repetition.

Kirby and the Forgotten Land

Switch
9.50
Eric HallidayMar 28, 2022
Despite a brand new world and switching from 2D to 3D, Kirby and the Forgotten Land is the traditional Kirby experience you know and love. This is a by-the-books Kirby game in an exciting new world, and it’s an experience you can share with your family — especially with how well the co-op mode is implemented.

A Memoir Blue

Xbox One
8.00
Byron SmithMar 25, 2022
A Memoir Blue is a very personal story that paints a beautiful picture and emotionally captures players.

Tiny Tina's Wonderlands

PC
8.00
Matthew LieblMar 23, 2022
Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands is a fantastical reskin of Borderlands filled with charm, humor and lots of action. The fantasy theme is enough to keep things feeling fresh, but still familiar to series veterans. Gearbox delivers another solid looter-shooter RPG but with a more welcomed emphasis on the role-playing aspect.

GhostWire: Tokyo

PS5
10.0
Dev CrowleyMar 21, 2022
Ghostwire: Tokyo is a beautiful and eerie jaunt through the streets of Japan, coming face to face with lore and legend while fighting for your own quest and purpose. With seamless gameplay and fighting mechanics, 40 hours of exploration will seem like no time has gone by and it will leave you wanting more time running the glistening streets of Shibuya.

Gal*Gun: Double Peace

Switch
7.50
Eric HallidayMar 17, 2022
Gal*Gun: Double Peace delivers on what it says it does. It’s a pervy take on the classic rail shooter that can be beaten in about two hours. Multiple endings and unlockables increase replay value. Enemies engage in repetitious actions and their variety lacks, but the boss fights are enjoyable. It’s the stuff leading up to them that is just bizarre though.

Monster Energy Supercross - The Official Videogame 5

PS5
8.00
Eric HallidayMar 16, 2022
Despite having a clunky interface, the game itself is wonderfully well crafted. The dirt and terrain feel very real and learning to control yourself is both challenging and rewarding without ever getting frustrating.

35MM

PS4
5.00
Dev CrowleyMar 15, 2022
35MM isn’t a game for everyone. If you like bite-sized games with low-budget style and awkward encounters in which you walk a LOT and explore, then you will love this game. While it isn’t my cup of tea, 35MM is something that my dad would have enjoyed playing in the 90s. In the end, I feel that this game’s real home is on PC and there it should remain.

Martha is Dead

PS5
8.00
Dev CrowleyMar 09, 2022
Martha is Dead may not be true horror in my opinion but it’s suspenseful and emotional. This is definitely a thumbs up from me.

TRIANGLE STRATEGY

Switch
9.00
Andrew LinMar 09, 2022
Triangle Strategy is a delightful and deeply engrossing experience. It perfectly balances each of its gameplay aspects and is elevated with a rich lore that makes you want to keep playing. A masterfully crafted game from bottom to top that any Switch owner needs in their collection.

The King of Fighters XV

PS5
7.50
Joseph O'RickMar 05, 2022
The King of Fighters XV is a great, rich fighter that lacks some of the tutorials and assists a lot of fighting games are adding in these days. What it lacks in beginner friendly tools, it makes up for in depth and reward in learning its deceivingly simple systems.

Horizon Forbidden West

PS5
9.00
Dev CrowleyMar 04, 2022
Horizon Forbidden West is a delightful follow-up to Zero Dawn with drastically improved graphics and new additions to the gameplay mechanics. While the gameplay can get a bit repetitive and the story doesn’t hit quite as hard as the first game’s, it is an enjoyable romp through a wasteland teeming with machines.

Lost Ark

PC
9.50
Lance LieblFeb 25, 2022
Lost Ark could feel like too much of a good thing and overwhelming with the amount of gameplay mechanics. But it all merges into an addicting gameplay loop filled with exciting set pieces, fun and customizable classes and attacks, and enough varying content to keep you happy for the foreseeable future.

Elden Ring

PS5
9.50
Matthew LieblFeb 23, 2022
Elden Ring is the next evolution of the “Souls” genre. It feels both familiar and truly unique. Fans of previous “Souls” games will feel right at home, while appreciating the new features, mechanics and quality of life improvements the game has to offer.

Pokemon Legends: Arceus

Switch
9.50
Eric HallidayFeb 14, 2022
Despite some minor graphical issues, Game Freak has managed to build the kind of living world I’ve always wanted from a Pokemon game. The Pokemon feel alive and filled with personality, from the adorable Snorunts to the hyper Aipon to the playful antics of Gengar.