by Kevin Mitchell on January 12, 2017
Rise & Shine is an enjoyable side-scrolling game that perfectly blends run and gun gameplay with puzzle elements that make you think.
by Marcus Jones on December 13, 2016
Saturday Morning RPG is a solid title and worth taking a look into if you're either a fan of the 80's or RPGs.
by Kevin Mitchell on November 23, 2016
Dishonored 2 is a better game than its predecessor in every form, building upon its award-winning formula.
by Kevin Mitchell on November 15, 2016
WWE 2K17 isn’t the big leap that fans have been clamoring for, but it is a more refined simulation of the real life WWE product.
by Kevin Mitchell on October 1, 2016
Monster Games and DMR reunite for one of the best NASCAR games of recent history, proving they haven't lost their touch.
by Kevin Mitchell on September 27, 2016
Destiny: Rise of Iron continues the Destiny tradition as it moves into its third year of content.
by Kevin Mitchell on September 9, 2016
The narrative in The Turing Test is superb with perhaps one of the finest set of first-person puzzle elements I have ever played.
by Marcus Jones on September 5, 2016
The Final Station is part train simulation and part zombie survival in a post-apocalyptic world.
by Marcus Jones on September 1, 2016
The second game in the Breach & Clear series, Deadline replaces real-life situations with zombies and cultists.
by Marcus Jones on August 23, 2016
Metrico+ aims to place players in a minimalist world where their input shapes and changes the world around them.
by Marcus Jones on August 22, 2016
Team17 returns to the Worms franchise with Worms W.M.D., which aims to up the destructive power while keeping to the series' roots.
by Marcus Jones on August 12, 2016
Overcooked is the crazy multiplayer cooking game where players pick up the ladle to save the Onion Kingdom.
by Kevin Mitchell on July 28, 2016
Ghostbusters is a massive missed opportunity by Activision and a huge setback for the franchise.
by Kevin Mitchell on July 26, 2016
Song of the Deep is an intriguing, fun adventure game with enjoyable puzzles and a remarkable presentation.
by Kevin Mitchell on July 4, 2016
Rough around the edges, I wouldn't be amiss to still call The Technomancer the best game from Spiders.
by Kevin Mitchell on May 31, 2016
Dining on turtle soup may be less of a disappointment than playing through the nine stages in under five hours in Mutants in Manhattan.
by Kevin Mitchell on May 30, 2016
Dreadbit's Ironcast is brutally difficult, but steampunk mechs set in an alternate reality Victorian era has won me over.
by Kevin Mitchell on April 6, 2016
Stikbold! A Dodgeball Adventure takes a forgotten sport, adds stylized visuals and produces an enjoyable local multiplayer experience.
by Kevin Mitchell on March 31, 2016
In Tom Clancy’s The Division, Division agents must take back the city after a smallpox outbreak threatens to kill every person in the city.
by Kevin Mitchell on February 23, 2016
Dying Light The Following is a first-person masterpiece, expanding the already great gameplay from the original.
by Kevin Mitchell on February 17, 2016
I can’t remember the last game that legitimately gave me goosebumps up and down both arms.
by Mike de Leon on January 25, 2016
You play as Willy; a brave farm boy pulled into the fiendish carnival world of Penarium.
by Joshua Murney on November 22, 2015
Darksiders II Deathinitive Edition sits on a rock-solid core that it continually builds upon throughout Death’s epic quest.
by Marcus Jones on November 9, 2015
Fallout 4 is arguably Bethesda's crowning achievement in its storied history of producing open-world RPGs.