You grip the wheel tightly. Your knuckles turn white. You rev the engine, and check your mirrors.
Poor Dr. X. He built a world full of wonderful creations, and then his company tossed him out like yesterday’s garbage.
When I initially began this review, I had a very poor outlook on Techtonic Games’ new runner, Bust-n-Rush.
The tower defense genre has seen a huge swell in recent times, and for good reason.
I have come to think that perhaps there are indeed too many types of horror games, and that very fact deludes the genre.
When last we left the poor gang of survivors in Telltale Games The Walking Dead, they were holding up as best as they could at an abandoned motel in Atlanta.
The game everyone’s been waiting for 12 long years is out. Ever since the original Diablo came out on PC and lit the adventure gaming circuit on fire back in 1996, and its sequel captivated the hearts of RPG fans everywhere (and still does to this day) in 2000, fans have been eagerly waiting for the third entry in the series.
Radical Entertainment had a thing going with The Incredible Hulk: Ultimate Destruction for the Gamecube, PS2 and Xbox.
Ridge Racer Unbounded is a interesting experiment, to say the least. A reboot of the classic arcade racer that first appeared in arcades and later the Playstation, the new entry to the series feels nothing like its predecessor.
Capcom’s Resident Evil has always had a pretty rocky relationship with the non-numbered entries in the series.