Dominic Preston

Managing Commerce Editor at Android Police for the day job, food writer at Braise for the obligatory side hustle, former philosopher, and occasional freelancer on film, TV, videogames, and more

Feargus Urquhart is doing what he does best

Few have left as heavy a mark on the world of role-playing games (RPGs) as Feargus Urquhart. Across a decades-long career as both developer and publisher he’s worked on three Fallout games, most of the good Dungeons & Dragons titles, and even an unexpectedly successful RPG spin on South Park. That track record makes it all the stranger that the latest two releases from Obsidian Entertainment, the development studio he’s led since founding it in 2003, aren’t RPGs at all. The Honey I Shrunk the

Ring Fit Adventure review

Ring Fit Adventure hits the sweet spot for an exercise title. There’s enough depth to the RPG elements to keep you coming back day-in, day-out, without ever becoming so inaccessibly deep as to put anyone who’s never touched Skyrim. More importantly, it actually delivers a proper workout. You can work at your own pace, but if you’re committed you can push yourself hard, and the Ring-Con offers enough resistance for proper upper body sessions. If you want to, you will sweat, and you will get sore, which is more than you can say for every exercise game out there.