For some strange, primeval reason human beings have cultivated a fascination with the supernatural and paranormal.
Spiders’ The Technomancer instantly feels familiar once you assume control of the main character Zachariah.
Once in a while you find a game that tries to be more than just a game and attempts to confront us with the tumultuous beauty of the human soul.
Ever dreamed of flying a plane above the Bermuda Triangle, straight into a trans-dimensional electric storm that gets you marooned in a strange archipelago where you are left to scavenge, hopping from island to island, armed with nothing more than a machete?
A world ravished by political conflict and war in which four nations struggle for supremacy.
What do you get when you grab steampunk robots, place them in a post-apocalyptic universe, and add to the mix an oppressive government, pirates, and a mysterious xenophobic entity?
Capcom’s first foray into squad-based third-person shooting, Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City, was a flop, an interesting concept that unfortunately wasn’t executed very well.
My Night Job, by indie developers Webcore Games, is a quirky action/puzzle arcade game that has players infiltrate a colorful, monster-filled house and rescue survivors, all the while trying to keep the fiends from bringing it all down.
Twin-stick shooters, the joy of circling around your foes in a dance of death.
After the success of PlatinumGames’ Transformers: Devastation, which perfectly mixed the 80’s cartoon with the visceral and action-packed gameplay that the developers are known for, it was only natural that they took on another Saturday morning favorite that’s known for its martial arts action.