XCOM 2 demonstrates that the reboot was not a fluke as the iconic series has been reborn for a new era.
Before the Arklay Mansion incident that set the foundation for a horror icon, survive the nightmare that Rebecca Chambers encountered in Resident Evil 0.
Pocket Mortys is a Pokemon-like game that will get fans “rickety-rickety-wrecked, son.”
This was the year that the Next-Gen consoles got to shine and now its time to look back at the 10 best games of 2015.
1998 was the year when the criminal underworld of Liberty City would be changed forever thanks to Toni Cipriani.
Old school gamers who recall the Army Men series will take a liking to The Mean Greens.
Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six: Siege is blessing for gamers who only want to play an online shooter that returns to the series roots.
Star Wars: Battlefront is EA’s first test to see if it could make a Star Wars game and so far it’s the best-case scenario of it being a mediocre title.
Deus Ex: Revision is more than a chance for an old game to have a graphics upgrade, but a true restoration that will introduce one of the most iconic titles to a new audience.
Black Ops III is proof that Activision needs to seriously reconsider its strategy of “don’t fix it if it ain’t broken”.
The creators of Dead Trigger 2 present another FPS game for the mobile device that is all about killing zombies.
It’s the last game in the iconic series and Hideo Kojima has done everything possible to create the first real title of the Next-Gen era.
Return to the 8-Bit era of gaming with Kung Fury: Street Rage.
Rare Replay is the history of gaming as seen through the eyes of one game studio.
Five years of being milked like a cash cow, here is the Angry Birds “sequel”.