Retro game publisher Retroism recently dug up an unfortunate remnant from the 90s mascot craze and dropped two of his games on Steam in an attempt to drum up interest in a full-blown Bubsy the Bobcat revival. No thanks, we’re good!
One of the greatest games to ever grace the Nintendo 64 has returned in the form of a 1080p PC remaster of Turok: Dinosaur Hunter. It’s just as ridiculous as I remember it, only now it’s bigger.
A classic tale of boy meets girl, boy loses girl, cat does something other than sit around licking itself and sleeping.
Continuing the proud tradition established in the original Black Ops, Black Ops III has a hidden arcade mini-game, only it’s not really all that mini. If you’d rather find it yourself, close your eyes and ears. And maybe don’t read on.
Three years ago we ran a story titled “Oh, Dear God, Please Let an Archer Pinball FX 2 Table Happen.” Guess what?
Ten years ago today, Monolith Productions did not release a sequel to Shogo: Mobile Armor Division. Instead they embarked on a horror-filled first-person saga that would leave players questioning supernatural age of consent laws.
With visual novels currently all the rage on Steam, it’s easy to pass up a gem just because it has a Japanese name like Sayonara Umihara Kawase, a platforming game starring a schoolgirl swinging from a fishing lure. Yup.
I was a little worried about not being able to get my hands on Transformers: Devastation until launch day. After playing for five minutes, everything is just prime.
There’s not a lot of gameplay in the first five minutes of the sixth installment of Nippon Ichi’s tactical role-playing game series. That’s what the remaining hundreds of hours are for.
What happens when the creators of two of the most beloved games of yore, Earthworm Jim and The Neverhood, join forces to fight crime? I don’t know, but they’ve made a lovely game together.
If you’re a horde of undead looking to devour the living, maybe don’t do it in a 1920s city run by the Mafia.
Aww, look at Cactus. Isn’t she cute? You wouldn’t know just by looking at her that’s she’s a flamethrower-wielding robot-killing machine.
My admiration for FarmerGnome’s epic multiplayer Spaghetti Western is rivaled only my my lack of dedication to a fake Southern accent during the first five minutes of A Fistful of Gun.
“Enough Australian lingo to choke a dingo” is something I’m not proud of saying in the opening moments of the first Ty the Tasmanian Tiger game in almost a decade.
On September 19, 1985, Capcom unleashed one of the toughest video games ever to hit arcades, starring a brave knight and his brave underwear.
One of the key creators of the Sonic the Hedgehog series, programmer extraordinaire and former long-term head of Sonic Team, Yuji Naka turns 50 on September 17. One minute for each ten years seems fair.
The People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals has been using web-based Flash games to spread its anti-animal cruelty message for years. Probably should have stuck with that.
Violence and tension will always have a place in video gaming, but sometimes you just need to go on a journey of discovery in some crystal-filled caves. Let’s chill.
In the late 21st century virtual reality has become the world’s favorite pastime, and people spend massive amounts of time exploring fantasy worlds instead of fixing bugs and making sure the servers can handle the game launch.
The delightfully handcrafted Leo’s Fortune was one of 2014’s most critically acclaimed mobile games. Will it be one of 2015’s most acclaimed console and PC games?