Transformers: Devastation is exactly what a Transformers game should be.
Her Story pushes the boundaries of storytelling with a simple game mechanic and a visual style that’s a relic of the past.
Beyond: Two Souls attempts to raise the bar of the cinematic approach to video games. In many ways it succeeds.
As the curtain draws open it reveals Puppeteer, a visual masterpiece that also acts as a satisfying platformer.
Charlie Murder is a homage to mosh pits, underground music, dimly lit arcades and pockets full of coins.
SteamWorld Dig: A Fistful of Dirt makes manual labor a fun exercise.
Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons is powerful. It’s a stand out release this year that shows just how special video games can be.
Remember Me is the first game from French developer DONTNOD Entertainment. It’s ambitiously designed without the force of a blockbuster studio and budget behind it. There’s…
“The Walking Dead” is one of the hottest properties right now but Survival Instinct isn’t the game that even comes close to capturing what makes the…
Sly is back for another round of thievery. With Thieves in Time, it feels like he never left.