The PS4 version of Song of Horror is a narrative driven horror survival in the traditional sense that will scare players.
Immerse Gaming HIVE allows players to experience a more immersive experience by optimizing the audio setting.
ManEater for the Nintendo Switch is a unique experience that has you assert your dominance on the top of the food chain through cartoonish levels of carnage.
Run Godzilla looks like a unique experience but it doesn’t take long to realize that it’s a low effort mobile game.
Redo of Healer could have been an interesting story but instead it’s a tasteless trend chaser while the uncensored version is “watchable”.
Poison Control is an off-beat experience that takes players through the many layers of an anime inspired underworld.
Attack on Titan: The Final Season Pt. 1 takes fans to a new world while also setting the foundation for the final confrontation.
The HD remaster version of Stubbs the Zombie in Rebel Without a Pulse wants players to see the fun side of a zombie outbreak.
Redo of Healer is a tasteless trend chaser that has embraced the worst plot elements of the dark fantasy genre.
The Medium is a modern horror masterpiece that wants to take players to explore two nightmares at the same time.
With a lore rich world and easy to learn gameplay, Princess Connect! Re: Dive is everything one would want from a mobile JRPG.
The dubbed version of KonoSuba: God’s Blessing on this Wonderful World! Legend of Crimson is the same great fantasy comedy with the cast mixing in their own charm.
Oculus Quest 2 finds the perfect balance of being the ideal headset for casual users and devoted VR enthusiasts.
As the year comes to an end, 8Bit/Digi look back at the ten best games of 2020.
From titles that learned nothing from past mistakes to games nobody asked for, these are the worst games of 2020.