Fire Emblem: Awakening
ReviewsMay 05, 2015
Wolfenstein: Old BloodPS4, XB1, PC
Indiana Jones' indelible gripe "Nazis; I hate these guys" was one I once shared as a gamer. Early gaming relied too heavily on our WWII Euro...
ReviewsApr 21, 2015
Assassin's Creed Chronicles: ChinaPS4, XB1, PC
Much like blockbuster movies, triple-A games have gotten bigger in recent years. While this can still result in great pop-cultural products,...
ReviewsMar 03, 2015
HelldiversPS4, PS3, Vita
Top-down shooters are enjoying a renaissance as Helldivers joins the download-only ranks of Super Stardust Ultra, the '70s-set LA Cops and t...
ReviewsFeb 23, 2015
Nintendo 3DS XL
The Wii U may be losing the now-gen console war (though seriously, you guys, it's a pretty good machine with really good games) but Nintendo...
ReviewsFeb 20, 2015
Kirby and the Rainbow CurseWii U
It's easy to like the hot singles off an album, but hardcore fans live for the deep cuts. So consider Kirby a Nintendo deep cut, a character...
ReviewsFeb 03, 2015
Citizens of EarthMulti-platform
You know that old chestnut that drama is easy, comedy is hard? Well, shooters are even easier and funny games are nigh impossible. At le...
ReviewsJan 27, 2015
Grim Fandango RemasteredPS4, PS Vita, PC, Mac
The no-longer-late-and-lamented adventure game genre continues its revival thanks to the good folks who originally perfected it back at Luca...
ReviewsJan 16, 2015
Lara Croft and the Temple of OsirisXbox One / PC / PS4
Tomb-raiding heroine Lara Croft must often chose between two paths, but publisher Square-Enix faces no such restrictions. While the main Tom...