It’s been nearly four years since the game that looked like if Wind Waker had a baby with Ico was announced. How time flies!
Stop me if you’ve heard this one before: who do you think would win in a fight, Batman or Superman?
They just don’t make first-person shooters like they used to. Except for Strafe.
It feels like only yesterday a giant open-world game was coming out every week. But alas here we are, inching towards the summer drought like a caterpillar in a cabbage patch.
Some weeks are deader than others.
Picking stuff up in games will never get old.
It’s time to leave childish things like tower climbing, cyborg-dino slaying, and planet scanning behind and go hit the books.
Some places are worth returning to as often as possible on each new console.
When things in this galaxy get too predictable, it’s time to pick up and lift off for another. Maybe humanity can finally find peace outside the Milky Way.
It turns out the future has been delayed, so let’s play with some psychopathic stuffed animals instead.
Sunglasses are out, protective leather coverings are in.
The Nintendo Switch is less than two weeks away, but meanwhile here’s a bunch of games that aren’t Breath of the Wild.
Roses are red, violets are blue, please don’t move while I try and stab you.
Samurai Dark Souls is finally here. And not much else.
Decades later, I still have no idea what Double Dragon was about.
Some games just wanna have fun.
If anyone understood gravity, it was the Canadian prog-rock band Rush.
The end of 2016 is nearly upon us, which means there are hardly any games left to come out. A few still remain, however. We searched long and hard, and managed to scrape together something resembling a list of games coming out this week.
The year is almost over, but there are still a few games left to come out, including the trippy, mind-bending racer Drive!Drive!Drive! The premise is that you drive along multiple tracks at once, learning to feel the road beneath you, where it exists, on multiple levels at once.
Step aside Pokémon, there’s a new kid in town, and he’s got a big ass sword. A creature collecting game set in the Final Fantasy multiverse? Sign. Me. Up.