Anyone who has ever played a video game anytime between the early 90’s and today has inevitably come across a platforming game or two—maybe more than two.
If you, by any chance, missed out on IGN’s reveal of Shinji Mikami’s (of Resident Evil Fame) newest horror game The Evil Within, then you’re in luck.
When you first lay eyes on 505 Games and Re-Logic’s Terraria, the first thought that goes through your head is “Minecraft-clone.” After all, the game does feature plenty of world building, mining, exploration, upgrades, tools, and more.
Sometimes you can’t keep a good game obscure for long. Originally released on the Sega Saturn back in 1997, Shin Megami Tensei Devil Summoner: Soul Hackers only saw the light of day in Japan, where it was released to critical acclaim.
If you’re looking to pre-order Atlus’ much anticipated Shin Megami Tensei IV, keep an eye open for the Special Edition, which brings a healthy amount of goodies.
Wouldn’t it be great if you could design a shield for Namco Bandai and From Software’s upcoming Dark Souls II?
Everyone who’s a self-proclaimed fan of Traveller’s Tales Lego games can profess to wonder about a real open-world Lego game.
You thought it was over. After booting up Parsec Productions sleeper hit Slender: The Eight Pages so many times and probably having the scariest time of your life playing such a simple game, you probably thought it was the last you’d see of the disturbing and enigmatic Slenderman.
If you’ve been playing PC games for a long time, you’ve probably heard of the exploits of master thief Garrett.