2016 was a year of highs and lows. We typically say that every year but it’s not often you see the release of two games a decade in the making and an independent developer sued for false advertising (we’re looking at you Hello Games). Breaking from our past traditions of the typical Game of the Year, today we debut our Best of Awards where each year we give accolades to the greatest games of the past 365 days
The Final Fantasy franchise is known for its incredibly detailed and fun to play mini-games but let’s face it, Justice Monsters V is not one of them. There is however, a little something tucked away in Altissia that is easily Final Fantasy XV’s best mini-game
We’re just days away from one of the biggest launches of the year as Final Fantasy fans around the world prepare themselves for what could be the greatest video game launch of all, Final Fantasy XV
Watch Dogs 2’s San Francisco is a vibrant city of color and diversity, much like some of the awesome paint jobs you can unlock and discover on your travels. Check out our favorites! We’ve spent hours exploring San Francisco and the surrounding cities in an effort to rock the roads of Silicon Valley in true style. What’s more, we’ve delivered in true Watch Dogs 2 style using only the in-game camera and various brightness and filter options to deliver the results
I remember a time when the quality of a mini-game within an RPG was considered an asset, a valuable addition to a game that offered a fresh and exciting distraction from the typical stresses that plague the industries top protagonists – saving the world, getting the girl, all that fun stuff. However, recent years have seen the quality of the average mini-game drop to such a level that we’re now considering pinball as an alternative to Blitzball…sigh
Looking forward to experiencing all of your PlayStation 4 games in stunning 4K clarity, but don’t want to wait for the PlayStation 4 Pro? Turns out you can experience this upgrade right now…via the Xbox One S
Germany-based independent developer Rockfish Studios, most well known for the incredibly successful mobile game Galaxy on Fire, makes the transition to the PC and console game markets with Everspace – a science-fiction rogue-like game built on Unreal Engine 4. The rogue-like genre continues to build steam following some hugely successful releases in recent years but it’s a thin line to tread. Can a traditionally mobile-based development team bring their talents to all-new markets?
Bummed out that Street Fighter V isn’t getting a proper story mode until June? Not to worry – one fan has taken the initiative and created one of his own. YouTuber sigmaG19 thought there were things Capcom could have done with the characters of Street Fighter V, so he set out to make this video
SEGA’s lovable mascot Sonic the Hedgehog may have fallen on hard times, but there’s no denying that the classic titles still hold up to this day. One modder has dug into one of Sonic’s greatest adventures and has found a new level for everybody to enjoy
SEGA’s Yakuza series just got a new entry in Japan with Ryu ga Gotoku Kiwami, a remake of the original Yakuza title on the PlayStation 2. While a localization has yet to be announced by SEGA of America, one fan has set out to dub the game in English on YouTube. Yakuza fan devilleon07 has set out to dub Ryu ga Gotoku Kiwami’s cutscenes with the original dub that came out stateside
The Division Beta is the opportunity to try the game out before yourself before you decide to try and buy it. The chief problem with The Division Beta is the lack of content, and that could hurt it. Players have so many options these days, do they really need to buy The Division?
The 2015 Game Of The Year competition is one of the tougher ones in recent years. We had a lot of triple A titles that blew us away and a few smaller gems that took our minds to new places. It was a tough call, but here are our 5 nominees for our Game Of The Year Choice and the winner