Dying Light is a welcome surprise into the open world action genre. We break down the first hours including the experiences that make this game a blast to play.
A game series based on a game series? Does that even make sense? Yes… yes it definitely does.
One of my favorite things about reading is taking in the descriptions of a writer and letting the place and characters come to life in my own mind, allowing for a more personal bond with the material. As such, I…
Race around the world, and discover that the journey is so much more than the destination in inkle studio’s 80 Days.
The excellent turn-based RPG swims over to 3DS and Wii U with a new character, more equipment, and a new campaign!
Natalie heads to the theatre in search of they mythical Godzilla! (mild spoiler warning)
With over 100 games inside the Indie MEGABOOTH, it’s easy to miss a title here or there even if you’re actively hunting for great games all weekend. On Sunday I went on a quest to find Darkest Dungeon and by the time I actually got to play the game I realized why it was getting so much attention, this dungeon delve is perhaps the darkest of them all.
If someone were to take a time traveling phone booth to the past just to ask 13 year old me what he’d like to see in a video game, 13 year old me’s answer would likely be BROFORCE. Developed by Free Lives, a South African studio, BROFORCE is a blood-soaked love letter to the classic action films we all grew up on.
Two years ago, we offered some suggestions for improving the Assassins Creed expereince. After complating AC4: Black Flag, we take a look back to see how the most recent title measures up.
Return to your motorcycle-riding, filthy-mouthed pimp roots as a leather-clad biker chick with a score to settle in Motorcycle Mayhem Mamas Fifteen. Overcome everything and everyone in your path, and drive deep into a rich story with better graphics and…
If you, like me, were worried about a follow up to X-Men Origins: Wolverine, mostly due to the ghastly portrayal of B level characters and a borderline non-existent story. Well, it's time to hold on to your hats people, The…
“World War Z” has little to do with the beloved Max Brooks novel, so pretend the movie has a different title and save yourself some belly-aching. The film follows Brad Pitt (played by Brad Pitt) on a global adventure to investigate a rapidly spreading pandemic.