Mankind may stand divided this week but next week, Hatsune Miku will bring us back together through the power of song and dance. Let’s all stay strong until then.
Sure, some little game called Deus Ex or whatever is looming on the horizon, but all the cool kids are getting hype for Style Savvy: Fashion Forward. Us Style Savvy enthusiasts weren’t even sure Nintendo was gonna localize this one, but they did, and it’s finally, finally, almost here! You can be a hairdresser, model,…
No Man’s Sky? Bullshit. I’ve got a deed and everything, and if there’s one thing I’ve learned from failed science fiction television show theme songs, it’s that you can’t take it from me.
Summer is here, which means it’s time for going to the beach, taking a road trip—or hunkering down next to the air conditioner playing video games. We got a ton of awesome games over the spring; now let’s see what summer has in store.
After years of playing as a man in a bat-themed armor brutally beating thugs, this week we finally get to play that same man pretending to be a normal, everyday billionaire.
There are weeks during the summer where I struggle to choose a game to pin the weekly release post around. Headlander, everybody.
Inspired by the predecessor of classic Japanese role-playing game Chrono Cross, I Am Setsuna arrives on PlayStation 4 and PC this week. There’s some other stuff too.
Early reviews for the new Ghostbusters movies are pretty good! Early reviews for the new Ghostbusters game are pretty much nonexistent, which is scary.
I’ve got to figure out a way to play LEGO Star Wars: The Force Awakens, Star Ocean: Integrity and Faithlessness and Zero Time Dilemma all at once without betraying my other duties. Unless they vote ally, in which case I betray them for the extra points. This is so hard.
How am I supposed to feel about Mighty No. 9 finally coming out?
As we move further into the hot and empty summer we see less and less big name titles, but still plenty of DLC and indie games. This week we have another expansion to both The Witcher 3 and Hitman. Will you be partaking?
No one concerned about Overwatch needs a reminder that Overwatch goes live Monday at 7 PM Eastern time. You may be pleasantly surprised, however, to know that the new Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles game and Total Warhammer launch this week as well.
Is it time to liberate the country from foreign invaders already? Man, 2016 is going by so fast I completely forgot Homefront: The Revolution was a thing.
After spending the weekend battling the most horrific strep-induced fever I’ve experienced in ages, there’s nothing I’d love more than to settle in with some deep space strategy.
For some reason every time I hear the name Battleborn the theme song to Big Bad Beetleborgs gets stuck in my head. I expect there’ll be a lot of that this week.
You know how most release weeks have one central peg, some highly-anticipated title that a person creating a list can latch onto? Yeah, about that.
Spring has arrived, and with it, flowers, greenery, and the promise of games. We’re now more than halfway into April, and the past month brought us plenty of great games, like Hyper Light Drifter, Quantum Break and Dark Souls III, to name just a few. What else is coming? Let’s take a look.
I was going to say that this was a rather quiet week in terms of big-name games, but then I got to Friday, and got excited in aeronautically accurate fashion. It’s not every decade you get a new Star Fox game.
Why did I Photoshop a PC virtual reality headset on a character on a game that makes absolutely no use of it? Consider it a quantum thing.
In case you hadn’t been paying attention to the calendar, this coming Friday is April 1. As I don’t work on Fridays, I plan to spend the day curled into a tight ball under my desk playing Hyper Light Drifter.