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.
With PSVR finally bringing virtual reality to the masses on the PS4, a number of developers have decided to try their hand at crafting engaging and entertaining experiences for the headset.
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.
The first two Mafia games had players step into the shoes of men climbing the ranks of the Italian mafia, but this time it’s different.
Camel 101’s Syndrome is an indie first-person survival horror game in which players awaken on a mysterious space ship, with most of the crew dead and with their killers roaming about freely, hunting for what remains alive.
Move over, Minecraft – there’s a new building game in town. Square Enix’s Dragon Quest Builders takes the block placing and fortress building gameplay we all know and love, and mixes it with one of JRPGs most popular franchises and its signature roleplaying gameplay elements for a fantastic experience that is both familiar and unique, and most importantly, tons of fun.
Looking for a classic RPG to sink your teeth into and also take on the go?