Check out the review for Tales from the Borderlands Episode 1: Zer0 Sum here!
Once again Tales from the Borderlands slam-dunks the player directly back into the occasionally silly narrative of... by Stephanie Tang2 days ago
There can be entertainment value in frustration. It doesn't even have to be someone else's.
As a gamer, there is a certain ethos to sticking with something and laying in the man-hours for what... by Stephanie Tang4 days ago
It is easy to envision Battlefield Hardline as a vague, harmless mosaic of television police cliches. It's split into episodes and comes with a splashy network-like opening credits package. Cities... by Matt_Paprocki6 days ago
Following the disastrous launch of Battlefield 4 (known as Brokenfield among disgruntled fans) many gamers may be hesitant to give Hardline a play through.
It may not appeal to traditional fans... by Stan Rezaee1 week ago
Oscura: Lost Light is a 2D puzzle-platformer from developer Surprise Attack. As an avid Limbo fan, I was excited to see another platformer with similar mechanics and visual themes. And for the... by Auverin Morrow6 days ago
Feeling superior to us meat-munching Neanderthals for being vegan?
If there's one thing Little Details' just-released free-to-play mobile game Patchmania teaches us, it's that the cuddly cartoon... by Stephanie Tang1 week ago
Editors Note: Check out a counterpoint here.
“You don't even know what to be afraid of yet.” Actually we do, disembodied voice of Resident Evil Revelations 2.
There will be monsters with rebarb... by Matt_Paprocki2 weeks ago
DmC: Devil May Cry created such friction with the community that mentioning its very name erupts into a civil war among gamers. So one has to wonder what is Capcom thinking by re-releasing one of... by Stan Rezaee2 weeks ago
Tortmentum is not your regular point and click adventure game.
The title released March 4th, 2015, and Polish indie studio OhNoo promises a deep philosophical story of redemption, where the... by JC Lau2 weeks ago
Nostalgia is a funny thing. It has a way of distorting our memories, causing us to remember something being better than it actually was.
As a child, I was absolutely obsessed with the Teenage... by Glen Schoeman2 weeks ago
Let us speak of a video game, articulate, beautiful, and endearing. A video game, smart and intellectual. A game which is all of this and still accessible.
But it has not been made in this game,... by Matt_Paprocki2 weeks ago
I don't usually review Android games. Actually, I NEVER review Android games, but I'll make an exception for 10000000. (That's ten million if you're too lazy to count the zeroes). Thanks for... by Farrel Nobel2 weeks ago
Growing up I never really got into anything Tolkien, I mean sure I enjoyed the movie but never really delved into the world of Mordor or Gondor and all that. I did always thought that anything... by Farrel Nobel3 weeks ago
What do people want in sequels? Most want a developer to continue on with what made first so impactful, but make it better; take it in new directions, and create a true successor that stands on... by Vrothgarr3 weeks ago
Revealing a checklist of colors at a time when they were individually counted in hardware specifications, Fantasy Zone is tirelessly cheery. It may as well act as décor in a nursery. The cuteness... by Matt_Paprocki3 weeks ago
Not since Sulley from Monsters Inc. have I met a monster I wanted to hug so badly as I do this game's dark little gumdrop of a protagonist.
Especially since I'm pretty sure he would hug... by Stephanie Tang3 weeks ago
Yesterday I was reading Pierre's article on how useless current gaming genres are at describing games. I was very "pish posh, no need to change the status quo" in the comments... but then I... by The Slow Gamer3 weeks ago
I don't normally play handheld games for more than an hour or so. Usually, they get repetitive after that point and lose their luster. I sat down to play CounterSpy briefly today while I... by Elijah Beahm4 weeks ago
Imagine the following scenario: You have just broken up with the love of your life. You’re sitting alone in a bar, feeling sorry for yourself, when you notice someone across the room. They are... by Glen Schoeman4 weeks ago
When Kirby bounces on the ground in Rainbow Curse, the dirt molds to his frame. It's intended to be clay, and feels like clay as much as it looks like clay. In animated motion, you can make out... by Matt_Paprocki4 weeks ago