Retro shooters are the best. No one can deny the timelessness of quick-paced, run and gun first-person blood-fests where you madly dash through rooms collecting powerups and blow through hundreds of enemies with enough bullets to start a war.
It’s been a while since we’ve had a good arcade basketball experience. The last NBA Street game (NBA Street Homecourt) came out back in 2007 and NBA Jam briefly was revived in 2010, and since then there’s been a lack of high quality arcade hoops action.
Three Fields Entertainment, the development team composed of Burnout veterans, have announced that their upcoming vehicular destruction game Danger Zone will be arriving on May 30.
I’m a big fan of the first Outlast. In my opinion, it was the first game to perfectly emulate the found footage horror genre and make for a compelling game experience, and it truly terrified me from start to finish as I carefully explored a psychiatric hospital full of deranged lunatics that hunted me down and wanted to murder me in all sorts of gory ways.
Natsume has announced that the latest, all-new Harvest Moon title, Harvest Moon: Light of Hope, will be coming to the Nintendo Switch, PC, and PS4.
Tarsier Studios’ Little Nightmares is a beautifully designed horror game in which players take on the role of a small, raincoated girl named Six as she seeks to escape an underwater prison known as the Maw.
Square Enix has released the first free content update today for their action RPG Dragon Quest Heroes II. It brings forth two new side quests.
When Bulletstorm first released back in 2011, it was a breath of fresh air in an otherwise familiar first-person shooter genre.
Zen Studios has announced that their Steam Early Access minigolf game, Infinite Minigolf, will be coming to consoles this Spring.
Saber Interactive has released a list of NBA players that will be appearing in their upcoming arcade Basketball game NBA Playgrounds.