The HD version of Resident Evil shows that sometimes all gamers want is a little old-fashion.
Saints Row IV: Re-Elected is the result of a game made by a development team that said F-it, then brought their masterpiece to the Next-Gen consoles.
Brothers in Arms 3: Sons of War attempts to bring the success of the iconic game series to the mobile device.
It has been 10 years since Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of Liberty wowed PC gamers, now they will finally get to sample Hideo Kojima’s new vision of the iconic series.
Call of Duty: Heroes bring the series to the mobile device within the context of a Real Time Strategy game.
It’s always difficult to improve on a masterpiece but Rockstar Games has found a way to take full advantage of the Next-Gen hardware.
Far Cry 4 takes players to a nation plagued by civil war.
S.A.S. Zombie Assault series has been one of the few mobile games that stands out for its quality gameplay. To keep the fourth game unique, Ninja Kiwi has taken it to a new setting.
The concept of a free-to-play multiplayer game based on the iconic horror shooter may at first feel difficult to comprehend, but F.E.A.R. Online is able to capture the series essence.
Zombie Highway 2 is another bland freemuim title that hides the fun behind an obnoxious pay wall.
Alien: Isolation follows in the footsteps of Sir. Ridley Scott’s masterpiece.
The iOS port of BioShock brings all the terror of Rapture that was experienced in the classic game to the palm of your hands.
Those who missed out on in The Last of Us back in 2013 should add Remastered to their PS4 collection.
In a genre that has been saturated by Call of Duty – knockoffs, Wolfenstein: The New Order is a reminder that sometimes we need a little old fashion.
While Modern Warfare 2 is hailed as a new classic, unfortunately its follow-up fails to standout as anything unique.