Cuphead is an old school platform adventure that feels like a cartoon form the 1930’s.
In honor of the 50th Anniversary of Lupin the Third, the debut film of Hayao Miyazaki returns to theaters.
Resident Evil: Revelations is still an excellent blend of new mechanics while preserving its horror content.
Netflix adaptions of Death Note is nothing more than a by-the-books high school thriller that is devoid of everything that had defined the anime series.
Agents of Mayhem continues the tradition of its predecessor but is too focus on nostalgia while lacking substance with its gameplay.
Has Luc Besson recreated the magic of The Fifth Element with Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets or is this a dumpster fire like Jupiter Ascending?
Netflix takes its biggest risk with an adaption of Castlevania.
Imagine an entire game based on “Death from Above” from Modern Warfare then add zombies into the mix and the result is Zombie Gunship Survival.
Chuck Norris facts may be a played out meme but this game makes them feel fresh again.
Injustice 2 is the perfect fighting game for DC fans.
Your Name is more than a magical experience but a powerful masterpiece that will touch its audience in the most emotional ways.
PlayStation gamers who enjoyed Ōkami back in the day will enjoy this mythical experience.
Sniper: Ghost Warrior 3 is an improvement over its predecessors without compromising on what has made the series popular.
Beat Cop is a police simulator that attempts to recreate the realism of the Police Quest series while also paying a homage to the culture of the 1980’s.
The Netflix reboot of Mystery Science Theater 3000 combines the charm of the original show with the star power of Jonah Ray, Felicia Day, and Patton Oswalt.
The surprise Season 3 premier of Rick and Morty has to be one of the greatest April Fools moments in television history.
The masterminds behind Insurgency present a unique multiplayer shooter set during the European Theater of World War II.
If you’re not a fan of teaching Nazi’s a lesson in humanity then you will really enjoy getting behind the scope of a rifle and putting them down in Sniper Elite 4.
John Wick Chronicles is not the 007 GoldenEye of VR but is instead both a forgettable movie game and another work of shovelware.
Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: Mega Battle is the byproduct of a development team that had too much member berries. The result is a fun game but it fails to capture the nostalgia of the SNES title.
Hitman: The Complete First Season is more then a return to the series roots but also how the series should have always been.
The Final Chapter brings closure to a series that can only be described as one of the most over budgeted works of bad fan-fiction.
Resident Evil 7: Biohazard was already a frighting experience on the standard console but the PlayStation VR version is an unforgettable nightmare.
Resident Evil 7: Biohazard is a return to the series roots while setting the foundation for a new era for the genre. This is the horror survival that fans have always wanted as it will take them to an unforgettable nightmare.
Mega Man 3 Mobile is a classic that fans will enjoy as it brings back everything they loved about the original.
The Red Solstice takes a classic SciFi story then blends it with the gameplay of a top-down tactical shooter and the result is a memorable experience that any gamer could enjoy.
War Commander: Rogue Assault is a standard free-to-play RTS game that makes dumb casuals feel like a military tactician.
Mega Man Mobile is a classic that fans will enjoy while introducing a new generation to the iconic series.
Rogue One: A Star Wars Story tells a unique story set in the boundaries of a familiar lore without depending on nostalgia.
Nintendo finally cries uncle and brings the most iconic game series to the mobile device with Super Mario Run.