After Frogwares’s fantastic The Testament of Sherlock Holmes, it almost seemed like the long-running mystery adventure game series was finally on its last legs, with a dark storyline that had the sleuth running from the cops as he raced to prove his innocence.
After the colossal mess that was Alien: Colonial Marines, it seemed like Sega wanted to redeem itself with fans of the franchise with Alien: Isolation, a game that trades in the futuristic weaponry and claustrophobic corridor shooting for a first-person survival horror experience that pits players one on one with H.G.
Following up on the recent release of Dynasty Warriors 8 Xtreme Legends Complete Edition, Tecmo Koei has re-released Warriors Orochi 3 on the PS3, PS4, PS Vita and Xbox One in the form of Warriors Orochi 3 Ultimate.
Originally released on the PC back in 2012, Diablo III has finally arrived on the PS4 and Xbox One in the form of Diablo III: Reaper of Souls – Ultimate Evil Edition, bringing the classic game and the first expansion to current and past-gen console players.
Every so often comes a game premise so strange and ridiculous that it makes you want to try it just so you can see it with your very own eyes.
Originally released for Linux, Mac and the PC last year, Facepalm Games’ body-swapping, side-scrolling, platform puzzler The Swapper has finally arrived on the Playstation Network thanks to publisher Curve Studios, bringing the sci-fi adventure to the PS3, PS4, and PS Vita.
Sometimes, you can’t keep a good bloodline down. Cellar Door Games’ Rogue Legacy shows just that, having players take control of generation after generation of knights who fight to liberate themselves from a dreaded curse.
With Michael Bay’s newest Transformers film out in theaters, it’s predictable for Activision to release a new game to coincide with it.
War games are as common a video game as any other genre in the market, with dozens of first-person shooters and turn-based strategies tasking players to wage war against the enemy and recreate some of history’s most glorious and gruesome battles in spectacular, explosive fashion.
JRPGs tend to have a very limited fan base. To enjoy them, you have to possess refined tastes in anime, role playing games, and a Japanese culture fetish.