You start up a game. Before you can make it to a start screen or main menu you're barraged by a series of loud swooshy logos and copyright text you don't read. This is the modern hell of video games in which we live.
The Deer God doesn't hold your hand, or tell you what to do. It can be a struggle, but it's all worth it when you're shooting fire out your antlers.
Sometimes hitting things with a hammer is just so cathartic.
Rollers of the Realm is a pinball/RPG hybrid. It's also the type of pinball game I've wanted for a long time.
Saying a game isn't actually a "game" has become the quick and easy way to deride games we don't like or understand. It's easy to boil down the key concepts of a game and make them sound bad.
No matter how hard you try, pleading with the Xenomorph in Alien: Isolation just doesn't work. The alien (much like a cat) just does what it wants, despite what you tell it to do. But the androids? They should really know better.
Look, I'm not a cop. I'd have to tell you if I were a cop, but I'm totally not a cop. Garry Copman, on the other hand, is a fully-fledged police officer. His duties include giving out tickets for minor infractions of the law—small things like broken tail-lights, expired licenses and vehicles illegally parked in the…
We all loved Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons. The controls took some getting used to, but that was part of its undeniable charm. Shadow Puppeteer controls similarly, but what starts off as a serene puzzle game soon turns into a brain aneurysm.
An unsolved video game murder is just a terrible thing. Using everything I've ever learnt from years of watching CSI, I took on Sherlock Holmes: Crimes & Punishments. There was no way Sherlock Holmes, a fictional man of the past could conceivably outsmart me. But would I be able to outsmart crime itself?
Sonic the Hedgehog is driven to one thing in life — to go fast. But can the power of Sonic make a normal man run faster than light rail?
Have you seen an amazing gaming feat lately? Send it to us at email@example.com to get it included in our new feature, Highlight Reel! We're looking for fun, exciting, or funny moments to show the world!
I did not expect to be playing Resogun in the summer of 2014. I thought I was done with it. I was wrong. The new $5 Resogun Heroes expansion for the PS4 launch game has a great new mode with it, a mode that has taken over my gaming life. Watch the video above for details.
Today's gaming highlights: A Saving Private Ryan-style helicopter kill, a League of Legends pentakill, a tragic shot to the toe, and more!
One of the magical things about video games is how they can let you experience a life you've never known. Like being a sentient animated tree!
Ubisoft recently had a press event for Watch Dogs and invited YouTubers to get hands on the game. The "Capture the File" multiplayer mode looks like it mixes all the madness of a GTA Online deathmatch with magic hacking superpowers.
We've seen many things built in Minecraft, but not all of them are functional. This Stargate actually spins, encodes chevrons, and most importantly, has a big watery explosion after the critical "Chevron 7 locked!"
Were you not convinced of the wonders of time travel by our review? Well let Evan Narcisse take you on an adventure through the internet of the future with Jean Rambois and Dolphin Lundgren.
Take Asteroids, throw in a little Combat, and some Mario Kart-style powerups, then shove it all in an iPad for a nice portable experience that you can play with 4 friends wherever you are.
YouTuber JimAndNathDoTheGames realized that mousing over a card in Hearthstone sounds similar to a hi hat, and from there, the next step was obvious. Build an arena deck and make a song from the sound effects.
Hey, it's a trailer for SpyParty! We're big fans of the long-in-development two-player game SpyParty, but we've never been able to show you a trailer, because there hasn't been a trailer. Now there is. Enjoy. And/or go play the in-development game now for $15. No release date for the finished thing yet.