Sometimes dreams are scarier than what you can see at the movies. Neverending Nightmares, by indie developer Infinitap, is inspired by developer Matt Gilgenbach’s battle with obsessive-compulsive behavior and depression, and it shows, with plenty of creepy and grotesque imagery, freakish, detailed monsters, and surreal gameplay.
With most games heading online these days, there’s a lack of good old-fashioned party games that’ll engage players for a while.
Giant monsters known as Gigants have appeared and torn the world apart, leaving humanity on the brink of extinction.
Finishing From Software’s Dark Souls III left a void in me. After pouring hour upon hour into the notoriously difficult action RPG, I emerged victorious, but then found myself wondering what would come next.
KOI, by Dotoyou, is actually China’s first internationally available video game. With the ban on game consoles lifted in the country last year, developers now have a chance to share their creations with the world.
A bullet hell dungeon crawler roguelite shooter? Sign me up! Devolver Digital and Dodge Roll’s Enter the Gungeon is an excellent and unique fusion of bullet-hell shooter mechanics, roguelite features and procedurally generated dungeon exploration that’ll have players venture forth and face legions of gun-inspired foes to kill off their pasts.
With Aliens Day being celebrated this month (it was on 4/26, the same number as the planet that Ripley and crew visit in Ridley Scott’s classic horror film Alien and officially named in the sequel), Zen Studios has released three new pinball tables based on some of the dreaded Xenomorph’s most thrilling appearances: Aliens, Alien Vs.
Originally released last year and a half ago on Nintendo’s handheld, developers WayForward have brought the latest Shantae adventure to the PS4 with Shantae and the Pirate’s Curse.
If you saw Alfonso Cuarón’s Oscar-winning sci-fi film Gravity, you might have found yourself wondering what you would have done in Sandra Bullock’s shoes as she aimlessly floated through space.
The wait is finally over. Ubisoft and Ubisoft Massive’s online third-person military-based shooter/RPG hybrid Tom Clancy’s The Division is finally available to the masses, bringing intense guerilla warfare shooter action, light RPG elements and squad based tactics to the ruins of New York City.