Welkin Road is a speed runners idea of the perfect game.
Resident Evil 6 is another attempt by Capcom to convince fans that this was a fun title but it ends up becoming a sorry way to promote failure.
Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice fails as a superhero film but succeeds at being a work of social commentary.
Manhunt was Rockstar Games first forte into the horror survival genre while serving as a reminder that human nature will always be the most horrifying creature.
The second season of Daredevil is more than just about the title hero battling both criminals and moral dilemmas but also a humanist examination.
Blood Alloy: Reborn is a 2D adventure that combines the elements of an old school game with a unique artistic tone.
Tom Clancy’s The Division will be forever remembered as the late authors magnum opus.
Broforce is that special kind of games that combines one’s love for classic 8-bit run & gun adventures with 80’s action films.
War never changes but who is telling the story does with This War of Mine: The Little Ones, a game that focus on the hardships of the civilian population during war.
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.