I was going to record commentary for my play through of Ace Team’s action-packed love letter to terrible ‘70s science fiction movies, but The Deadly Tower of Monsters brought its own, and it makes the game.
I thought I was done playing Diablo III, a game I happily zipped through as a demon hunter when it came out on PS4. I played with friends, cleared the story, hit level 70, barely understood what Adventure Mode and Paragon Points were and put it down. That was more than a year ago.
The console beta for Popcap’s Plants Vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare 2 is live this weekend, giving players a tiny taste of the new maps and modes in next month’s shooter sequel. My favorite part so far? The free-roaming playground that’s replaced the first game’s menus.
The idea behind Jetpack Fighter, the first mobile game from the makers of Smite, might be a hard to grasp. See, you’re this fighter, and you’ve got a jetpack. Still following?
It seems that Los Santos is still hiding some never-before-seen easter eggs.
Pony Island is not about ponies. It’s about escaping a demonic arcade game developed by the devil to capture the souls of the living. It just features strong pony themes.
Today Clash of Clans developer Supercell soft-launched Clash Royale, a competitive multiplayer defense game in which the goal is to spend as much money as possible on virtual cards. At least that’s the vibe I’m getting.
It’s not technically Nintendo’s iconic hero that I’m endlessly ending in the newly-released anti-platformer Kill the Plumber, but it totally is.
Years of Puzzle Quest, Candy Crush Saga and Bejeweled have all been preparing me for this moment. Now is my time to dominate. To stand over the battered and broken gems of my enemies in Force of Elements.
The new Amplitude isn’t an evolution of the track-mixing music gameplay that made the original and its predecessor, Frequency, so popular with rhythm game fans. It’s almost exactly the same, and that’s perfect.
The first Marvel: Avengers Alliance is one of my favourite comic book based mobile games of all-time, so when I heard the 3D sequel to the 2D turn-based RPG was soft-launched down under, I got real Australian, real fast.
When you’re an innocent anthropomorphic animal accused of murder in 1840s France it doesn’t matter if your defense attorney has an insatiable hunger for worms, as long as he also has a thirst . . . for justice.
The ultimate unlock in Smite’s 2016 World Championship-funding Odyssey is finally live, and I get a chance to put Ragnarok Force X Thor through his paces.
It’s not every day I get to refer to my wife as perfectly reasonable but yeah—this is all her fault.
While Star Wars mobile games are going crazy with The Force Awakens content, the only way to play through bits of the new movie on your game console is via Disney Infinity 3.0—and it feels very familiar.
Puzzle Quest meets Magic: The Gathering. If any combination of puzzle RPG and other thing could restore my faith in the once-glorious video game franchise, this would be it. It comes pretty close.
Having somehow avoided playing surprise Early Access hit Ark: Survival Evolved since its Steam release back in June, this weekend I got my first taste of life among the dinosaurs on the Xbox One. It only hurt a little.
They don’t always need to be thoughtful big-budget blockbusters. As Sandlot’s Earth Defense Force series has proven multiple times over the past decade, sometimes all we need is some mindless fun, and a heaping helping just landed on the PlayStation 4.
Arriving on the Wii U eShop on December 10, Fast Racing Neo is a futuristic hovercar racer everyone is comparing to F-Zero, because everyone wants a new F-Zero. It’s not quite that, but it scratches the same itch.