I took our 5-year-old daughter to see Pixar’s Inside Out a week ago. I wish we had been able to play the new King’s Quest together instead. Like Inside Out, the new King’s Quest is close to a perfect piece of family entertainment. Unlike Inside Out, it would be far less likely to turn a thoughtful, introspective child…
Yesterday morning saw the news of Wayward Manor—the video game debut of beloved writer Neil Gaiman—breaking all over the internet. The site for the game has launched after word got out and it’s got a message from the Sandman creator and info on rewards available for various crowdfunding tiers.
It’s been one of those questions that every game enthusiast has asked himself after reading American Gods, Neverwhere or the beloved Sandman comics: when the hell is Neil Gaiman going to be involved in a video game? Well, faithful ones, that day is coming soon. As in this fall.
Two new games hit Sony's PlayStation Home virtual world on Thursday, through one hits harder than the other. Conspiracy's stealthy infiltration seems entertaining, but Slap Happy Sam's cartoon violence looks downright therapeutic.
The puzzle's the thing in The Odd Gentlemen's time-twisting, brain-teasing platformer The Misadventures of P.B. Winterbottom, a pie collecting adventure made fascinating by the eponymous Winterbottom and his superhuman ability to clone himself.