One of the greatest challenges in reviewing falling-shape puzzle games is doing so without referencing a certain Russian classic. Tetris really is (...)

Why is the Resident Evil franchise so unstoppable? Depending on which ones you count, this is arguably the tenth game in the relentless zombie seri(...)

It’s intriguing and heartening to think that game genres never truly die. 2D beat em ups might not be as prominent as they were in the ‘90s, but there(...)

Evolve | Game Review

As Charles Darwin helpfully taught us, evolution is incremental, but very noticeable when you know how to look for it. For instance, one of the best (...)

Chivalry is finally available for PS3, having already won hearts and thumbs among PC and Xbox 360 gamers. It’s a bloody, muddy affair, and one that te(...)

Everybody loves an underdog. And the best videogames are often ones in which the hero is a helpless cog in the story’s machine, completing their journ(...)

There are some who believe that videogames are nothing more than shallow, aggressive dollops of interactive cartoon violence. And in the case of Loud(...)

With musical numbers, Shakespeare as a nightclub MC and an afterlife car-jacking, the latest Saints Row gets off to a rowdy start. This is technica(...)

If nothing else, Citizens of Earth boasts a fabulous title. Those three words are so evocative, conjuring images of old sci-fi, from The Day the Earth(...)

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