Generation Zero is one of those games that had a good idea but was not properly fleshed out.
APEX: Legends looks like a trend chaser but it ends up defying expectations to become a major Battle Royale title.
Far Cry 5 is the first radical redesign of the series since the third game and it works to its advantage.
After being on the iOs, Xbox, and PC for a year, PlayerUnknown’s Battleground is finally coming to the PlayStation 4.
A look back at the legacy of Call of Duty: World at War, 10 years after it was released.
Valve has brought back the MP5 to Counter-Strike: Global Offense.
Given how expensive gaming can be, this is a look at five types of games not worth buying on day one.
The Live Review looks at Far Cry 5: Hours of Darkness DLC for the PlayStation 4.
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.
A look in the finance of the Fortnite community.
It’s now PlayerUnknown’s Battleground vs. Fortnite vs. Battlefield V vs. Black Ops 4.
The fight continues
The iPhone version of PlayerUnknown’s Battleground brings everything fans love about the game to the palm of their hands.
The mobile version of Fortnite gives gamers another means of battling their friends while on the go.
Looking back at a title that was the poster child for hardware demanding games.
Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus is an old school shooter with a thought provoking and multi-layered story.
343 Industries is working to bring Master Chief to the world of VR.
Microsoft has announced that Battlefield: Bad Company is now backwards compatible on the Xbox One.
To commemorate the release of Dunkirk, a new update is available for Day of Infamy.
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.
After months of rumors and speculations, Acitivsion has finally made Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered available as a standalone title for the PlayStation 4.
Video game icon, John Romero has successfully sold his floppy disk copy of Doom II for $3,150 on eBay.
John Romero is selling his original floppy disk copy of Doom II on eBay.
Spec Ops: The Line may have been a generic looking shooter but its story raised the bar for gaming. Five years later, it story is being ranked along side Metal Gear Solid 3 and The Last of Us.
It’s hard to find a good game based on a movie and it’s even more rare that title is superior to the source material.
As Call of Duty begins to go back to its roots, Weekend Replay looks back at the last time the series was set in World War II.
John Romero is personally selling a copy of Masters of Doom on eBay.
New World Interactive has made the Aussie Update available for Day of Infamy.