A look at why the Fallout Nano Force Series is the perfect gift for Fallout fans.
Rivals is just another generic RTS game for the mobile device that is made possible by EA being too lazy to wanna make a real Command & Conquer game.
My Hero One’s Justice is a good start at building a video game adaptation of the hit anime and manga.
Halloween is basically trying to do what Scream did in the 90’s and reinvent the Slasher genre.
Speed Brawl is what happens when you take steam punk, The Running Man and JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure then mix it into a beat-em-up that has the tone of a web comic.
Vox Machinae is a VR mech simulator made for the kind of gamer that is a fan of the BattleTech and Macross franchise.
Based on one of the most highly acclaimed anime series, Evangelion has players take control of a mech and battle swarms of Angels.
Based on the hit web comic, players take on the role of Gosipriel Whimperwind as she must test the many dungeons while Tedward Shadowspank collects data.
Taking the foundation established by George Orwell and Aldous Huxley, We Happy Few brings its own interpretation of the classic dystopian story.
Shaq Fu: A Legend Reborn tries to be nostalgic in all the wrong ways by having a sense of humor but fails at being a functional game.
Remothered: Tormented Fathers is an experience that is made for horror fans, be it of cinema or gaming.
The Live Review looks at Far Cry 5: Hours of Darkness DLC for the PlayStation 4.
The Walking Dead: Our World establishes the blueprints for the AR horror survival in the hopes a real game development studio could make a better experience.
Darkness Rises has everything gamers have loved about the hack and slash in the palm of their hands.
Far Cry 3: Classic Edition attempts to take players back to Rook Island but ends up becoming the definition of insanity.
Red Faction: Guerrilla Re-Mars-Tered fixes a lot of the technical issues that plagued the PC version of this great masterpiece.
B.J. Blazkowicz is back to make the Nintendo Switch Nazi Free again.