The January doldrums are still in full effect with this week’s videogame releases, but at least Vita owners can learn how to olli.
In this second full week of January, new videogame releases continue at a trickle. This time around, a female Assassin returns, reborn for the consoles.
In the videogame world, January and February are usually packed full of odd ports and games that missed the holiday ship date. This week fits that mold perfectly.
We’re so close to 2014 that no one bothered to make any new videogames to close out the old year. However, while 2013 concludes, the year of Luigi continues to bear fruit.
It may be a holiday week for the games industry, but there are still a few gifts left to be opened.
Why go out in the cold when you can stay home where it’s warm and play videogames? This wintery week brings us the return of the extremely popular ‘The Walking Dead’, as well as a new version of the phenomenal ‘Minecraft’ and lots...
This week’s videogame releases are of such quality that I wish Disney still made titles for the GameBoy Advance. Among other things, we’ve got next-gen panchinko, plus one of the oddest collectibles I’ve ever seen.
December’s bitter cold brings another short list of videogame releases, with only the PlayStation series of platforms (and Bruce Wayne) to fill the void.
After a flood of new releases and new videogame consoles, things settle way down this week. That means we get some choice titles for the PS3 and Vita, but not much else.
Achievement unlocked! The official debut of the Xbox One comes with a slew of launch games, including some compelling exclusives.
Smack-dab between the launches of the PS4 and Xbox One comes a one-two punch from Nintendo. This week gives gamers a massive list of options that should easily cover the rest of the year.
With apologies to the Wii U, the next generation of videogame consoles begins with the PS4, and the launch of a new console means launch games to go with it!