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.
With all the attention focused on the best and the worst of the year, here are the most overlooked games of 2020.
BloodRayne: Terminal Cut is a reminder of how so many titles that defined an era have become lost to time.
The PlayStation 4 version of CrossCode is both a tribute to the classics that inspired it and a masterpiece in its own right.