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.
Virginia is more a movie than a game. It’s a short two-hour adventure that has limited player involvement, with players witnessing scene after scene and piecing together a strange but compelling narrative about an FBI agent and a missing boy.
Capcom has re-released Dead Rising, Dead Rising 2, and Dead Rising 2: Off the Record on the PS4, Xbox One, and PC, reintroducing the action-packed, zombie killing game that put series icon Frank West and co.
Jotun: Valhalla Edition, developed by Thunder Lotus Games, is a mesmerizing journey of redemption.
Hue is a unique puzzler from Fiddlesticks, in which players manipulate the color spectrum in order to bypass obstacles and solve creative puzzles.
Deus Ex: Human Revolution was a revelation, a sequel to a famed and critically acclaimed series that brought the first-person shooter/RPG hybrid to a new generation of players.
Ubisoft Reflections’ Grow Home, published last year, was a wonderful little indie that surprised with its simple, sandbox gameplay and ragdoll physics.
If you’ve seen the highly successful anime or read the extremely popular manga, you’d think that Attack on Titan would be a difficult thing to translate to video game form.
No Man’s Sky is a victim of hype, a game which was exposed too early to the limelight.