About Max Borman
Max has loved video games ever since he booted up his friend's N64 and played Mario Kart. He quickly spent all his allowance on any game he could get and spent hours playing a dusty PS2. Since then, his passion took over his life and je created a YouTube channel under the name Maxmax24 as well as a Tiktok that Max pursued Journalism and English at NDSU so that he could spend his time talking about his favorite hobby, and GameRant has given him the ability to do just that.
Ratchet and Clank: Rift Apart will be making its PC debut in July, and while it's a pleasant surprise, it is also a weird choice by PlayStation.
While Fallout 76 may have improved immensely since launch, it's worth questioning how much more life this game has left to give.
Metal Gear Solid Delta: Snake Eater will be a great nostalgia trip for fans, but it also needs to shake off years of controversy and lackluster games.
Amazon's upcoming Lord of the Rings MMO could easily become the next big live service title, but it will need to impress Tolkien fans first.
Some of the biggest studios seem to be greenlighting dozens of needless franchise spin-offs, and Lord of the Rings: Gollum feels like one of those.
The Indiana Jones franchise seems to be in a bit of a tough spot right now, but MachineGames' Indiana Jones game could breathe new life into it.
With one addition, Avalanche Studios has given players a reason to play through Hogwarts Legacy multiple times and actually make it worthwhile.
The Massive Amount of Switch Content Makes Backwards Compatibility Necessary for Nintendo’s Next Console
Nintendo is allegedly preparing its next console, and it needs to ensure that there is built-in backwards compatibility with the Switch.
Respawn's Apex Legends may be one of the biggest names in the battle royale genre right now, but it will eventually have to close its doors.
Xbox Game Studios' recent AAA titles have fallen flat, and that means it may be up to Starfield to save it, but that could be an impossible challenge.
Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom has been a huge success for Nintendo so far and has helped the franchise cement itself as the new Pokemon.
Nintendo has crafted one of the best sandbox worlds with Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom, and its mechanics seem to be a problem-solver's dream.
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The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom's open-world is exciting to explore, but most of Hyrule feels like a step away from what it should be.
Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom's Hyrule is a delight to explore, and one common NPC encounter helps set this open world apart from the rest.