I have spent dozens of hours playing through hundreds of Mario Maker courses. Here’s the cream of the crop. »
Starfighter: Eclipse may sound like a title for a run-of-the-mill sci-fi game involving spaceships, but don’t let the name fool you. It’s actually way steamier than that. »
In 2009, a strange Facebook account appeared out of nowhere and friended people en-masse. The name on the account was Junko Junsui, and she had a message for anyone willing to listen. »
Released earlier this year, Pry is a look at the life of a soldier who is wrestling with demons. I’d go so far as to say that it’s the best look at PTSD in gaming, and one of the most fascinating games released in recent memory.
While Steam gets a lot of hype for discounted prices, you don’t actually have to spend any money to enjoy some of the best games the service has to offer. Over the years, Steam has accumulated a number of great games that are free-to-play, and I’m here to tell you which ones you should check out.
Legends of the Arena is a Pokémon game that's been cooking for a while—and you should totally check it out. »
Game recommendation.... The Nightmare Cooperative is a stylish, simple-to-control, difficult game that has you moving up to four heroes in unison through randomized dungeons, collecting loot, fighting monsters, dying plenty. »
Ridiculous Glitching seeks to answer the age old question: what happens when you go beyond the kill screen in Pac-Man? What lies beyond in the infinite void of data? One hard-ass game, that's what. »
You would think setting a house on fire would be easy: all it takes is a box of matches and some time. But in the game Not Everything Is Flammable, it isn't that easy. »
Remember the developers who are famed for being ripped off? Someone made a game about that: now you too can rip off Vlambeer games (like Ridiculous Fishing) and get away with it. Heh. »
Since we can't all go back to bed, let's play some gaming apps instead. Here are eight of the latest and/or greatest to get us started. »
Barring special occasions, I never go out of my way to exclude any mobile platform from the Week in Gaming Apps. Sometimes it just happens. »
They say there are only two things you can count on in life — death and DuckTales. Add The Week in Gaming Apps to that list. »