Everything old is new again with SEGA’s Sonic Mania, the latest entry in the company’s flagship platforming series. A love letter to fans of all ages, does it put the blue blur back on top?
At some point during the PC Gaming Show at this past E3, Cliff Bleszinski, better known as “Cliffy B,” came out on stage to promote his newest game LawBreakers. He did so by delivering an impassionate speech in which he criticized the full cost of multiplayer-only games. He immediately followed up with his own promise on keeping LawBreakers affordable at $30 with “none of that $60-dollar only-multiplayer bullsh*t” (which I have left a video for down below, by the way)
Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice is a deep, disturbing and often eye opening journey through loss, self discovery and mental illness. The protagonist, Senua, spends much of the game battling inner demons as psychosis takes grip in a dark and unforgiving world fueled by Nordic mythology. She begins her journey with one goal, to reclaim the lost soul of her lover from the very depths of Helheim itself. And while this 8-10 hour journey may appear short to an outsider, it’s ability to grip and immerse you from start to finish creates an enjoyably exhausting and thrilling experience that rivals anything out of Ninja Theory in the past
Zen Studios’ Infinite Minigolf’s multi-platform release is here. Promising near endless variety, tons of customization options, and enough hole in ones to make even the great Norman Manley’s record seem minuscule. Cute and colorful characters, vibrant themes, and one of the most impressive course creation tools in the genre, is Infinite Minigolf worth the tiny price tag of $14.99? Check out our Infinite Minigolf review to find out!
Mothership Entertainment hopes to take the city building simulation genre to new heights, as they reach for the stars with the release of Aven Colony. Embracing the core of sim management and construction and infusing it with a refreshing science-fiction setting sounds like the perfect remedy for the otherwise predictable nature and setting of this genre. Did they reach a little too high, or is Aven Colony worthy of a place in the stars? Read our review to find out!
Building upon 2014’s Cloudbuilt, Double Eleven and Coilworks’ Super Cloudbuilt gives Demi another chance to shine. Should you run, shoot, and parkour your way to victory, or is this one adventure not worth taking?
Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age is a remaster of the International version of Final Fantasy XII that the United States never saw. Are the changes enough to warrant this remaster, or should this game have stayed a memory? Check out our Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age Review and make your choice
Prideful Sloth’s first foray into the gaming space, Yonder: The Cloud Catcher Chronicles, promises to offer players a vibrant open-world adventure as they explore distinct environments, encounter cutesy creatures, and build a farm of their dreams. It is a game without the trials and tribulations of combat, a game that hopes to immerse with creativity and freedom. Just one big question remains: Is Yonder: The Cloud Catcher Chronicles worth the time and money?
After saving the world from the evil Wither Storm, Jesse is back for another adventure in the second season of Telltale’s Minecraft: Story Mode. Should you get to building, or is this title a little blocky?
Activision and Vicarious Visions are bringing a little slice of the 90s to the modern day with Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy, a remaster of the original three games in the series. Should you relive this Bandicoot’s adventures, or is this mascot platformer a has-been?
After releasing last year on PC, Dead by Daylight is finally making its way to the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Is the game worth checking out, or is it a day late and a dollar short? Check out or Dead by Daylight review and make your choice
Featuring magic, mechanical wonders, and a heaping dose of manga influences, SEGA’s Valkyria Revolution takes a look at an alternate-reality Europe. Should you take the fight to the Ruzi Empire, or is it more of a losing battle?