All you point-and-click, zombie/Clementine loving fans won’t have to wait long for the next episode in the long-awaited season two of The Walking Dead. That’s
BeatBlasters III is the first official release from the three man Canadian studio Chainawesome Games. By taking classic platformer gameplay and mixing in a rhythm
I’ve always had difficulty in reviewing episodic games. Do you review the episode on its own, or as a part of the bigger whole? In
Most rhythm games boil down to the same basic, simple gameplay mechanic. Just keep pressing the button that corresponds with the shiny thing on screen.
From the enigma that is Tim Schafer’s mind comes Broken Age. Perhaps the greatest example of the power of crowd-funding in video game history, the game
Months ago, The Fullbright Company unleashed upon the gaming populace a game rarely like any other out there: Gone Home. Since its release I’ve have
Making Clementine The Protagonist Might Be The Best Thing TellTale Could Have Done With Season 2 Of The Walking Dead
I loved the first season of Telltale’s The Walking Dead game. Sure it was buggy at times, and had the bare minimum game play required
Payday 2 is one of those games that I was pretty hesitant about reviewing when it’s release date rolled around back in early August.
If over 1.5 million sales and the promise of a year’s worth of DLC aren’t enough to sell you on Payday 2, 505 Games and
Your mother has passed, your father is dying, and only a distant elixir of life may cure his ailments. With only this knowledge in tow,
I’m down to try anything if it means I can procrastinate getting any actual work done for a couple more hours, and nothing helps me
I love stealth games. Something about them just strikes a cord with me. There is no feeling like entering a building full of guards, doing