Arc System Works’ follow up to Guilty Gear, BlazBlue, finally has a new entry with BlazBlue: Central Fiction, bringing the high-caliber 2D fighter to the PS4 for the first time.
The world of Dragon Ball is back with Bandai Namco’s Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2, bringing Time Patrollers back into the action to stop a new time-altering threat that’s slowly changing history.
Some games don’t really go the extra mile to create a story, an atmosphere or a feeling.
With a new year comes a new Call of Duty. This time around it is original creator Infinity Ward’s turn at bat, and they’ve decided to bring warfare to the future with Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare, dropping players into a war between two factions from Earth and Mars as they fight for complete dominance.
World of Final Fantasy is Square Enix’s latest spin-off of the long-running JRPG series, offering a new adventure that has players team up with the franchise’s most popular characters and take on recognizable enemies as twins Lann and Reynn.
It was a genuine surprise when Infinity Ward announced that the game that changed it all, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare, would be packaged as a bonus for special editions of Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare.
Duke Nukem 3D is arguably the Duke’s finest moment, the FPS adventure that brought the tough-as-nails, balls to the wall, wise-cracking monster slayer to the masses and made him part of video game pop culture.
Wang is back. The wise-cracking, sword swinging, first-person action hero from Apogee’s 3D shooter and Flying Wild Hog’s excellent 2013 remake has returned for another demon-slaying adventure, this time changing up the run and gun first-person formula for loot-filled action in Shadow Warrior 2.
Some games challenge you with shooting or fighting enemies, others solving puzzles or driving vehicles.
Take one look at River City: Tokyo Rumble, and you’ll realize that it harkens back to old school beat-em-ups, with a blend of 3D environments and 8-bit sprites ripped straight from the NES.