Yakuza 6 is a game of firsts. It’s also a game of lasts.
Spring is here, the perfect time to come out of that backlog hibernation and play some new video games. Here are the biggest ones coming out this season.
This week, two fathers will make their way to the PlayStation 4, while Switch-owning fathers will have to deal with the cardboard machinations of their children.
This weekend, Square Enix revealed that Kingdom Hearts III will feature playable retro-style mini-games.
So there’s this video game called God of War. Maybe you’ve heard that it’s really good? Well, it is.
We spent a minute playing games last week, but this week we’ve got some new JRPGs to explore, VR experiences to stumble through, and sacrifices to make. Also, Owlboy.
Little Dragons Cafe is the latest game from Harvest Moon creator Yasuhiro Wada. It’s about running a cafe and raising a dragon—you know, normal small-town life stuff. Wada’s recent track record hasn’t been super hot, but this one at least looks nice. It’ll be out on PS4 and Switch this summer.
Spider-Man will be out September 7, developer Insomniac Games said today. Prepare to swing webs and so on.
There has been one major new Assassin’s Creed game every year since 2007, except for the two years they skipped and the one year when they made two. It’s never been a secret that Ubisoft rotates teams, but it’s never been as clear how they do it until a talk given by the head of the franchise at the Game Developers…
After a week of cult fighting, we’ve got a slower, more contemplative week of new games coming down the pipe.
I’ve been dipping back into Ni no Kuni II over the past week in short spurts in order to collect all of the possible citizens for my kingdom of Evermore. It’s because the game excels at making me feel like I did a good job at finishing simple quests.
Far Cry 5 has given us a wonderful ally named Boomer. He’s a dog, and he’s my friend, but I don’t use him because I hate seeing and hearing him get hurt.
I’ve played many hours of Far Cry 5 co-op, both with my partner and with colleagues. A lot of the time it’s been a blast, except when you’re trying to actually get things done.
It’s hard to compete with last month’s PlayStation Plus offerings which somehow included both Bloodborne and Ratchet & Clank, but Mad Max is a nice, out of left field follow-up.
The next game in the generally fun Lego series will be June 15's Lego The Incredibles. It covers the original movie and upcoming sequel. It’s for PC, PS4, Xbox One and Switch. Nintendo’s device had four Lego games in its first year, some suffering performance issues. Hopefully publisher Warner Bros ups the quality…
The latest Japanese commercial for Ni no Kuni II appears to be backfiring on Twitter and, as of posting, has racked up 847 dislikes compared to 188 likes. What gives? Blame the music.