Even in the doldrums of January, a masterwork of a videogame may appear. Fans of Studio Ghibli take notice. Also, we have the latest from Double Fine, which this time carries the torch of Ye Olde Adventure Game.
In the wake of the first console launch in six years, gamers can give thanks for some big releases this week, including what I expect to be the game of year.
Xbox 360 owners, it’s ‘Halo’ time once again. As a smattering of other titles also ship this week, I’d toss them all aside if only EA could have gone the full measure for a videogame trilogy that deserves better.
War-fighting, sky-landing, and the search for new arcade-like horizons… This week’s slate of videogame releases even has a critical darling to go with the heavy hitters.
This week in videogame releases, pandas break free, there’s so much soccer (or “football,” depending on where you live) that it’s impossible to see it all, and scantily-clad women fight to determine the difference between life and...
The artful but deadly dance of a swimsuit-wearing panda can only mean that it’s once again time for ‘Tekken’. Also in this week’s videogames, virtual pro hockey gets closer to displacing real life pro hockey, while Disney and Pixa...
Move over, Mario brothers. In this week’s new videogames, Cybertron falls and robots (mercifully not of the Michael Bay variety) go in disguise. Plus, ‘Counter-Strike’ is back along with ‘Dark Souls’ and some meaty downloadables....
This week’s videogame releases reveal what the world would look like with only a deadlight to show the way. Plus, we get some sort of Disney dream drop, Awesomenauting and a few classic re-releases.
A ruinous week of summer videogame releases is upon us. Fortunately, a few re-releases, including one set in a galaxy far, far away, help to bolster this week’s lineup.
This week’s videogame releases help us to cope with Napoleon’s return while begging the question, “Are you ready for some football?”
At last, videogame players can enter ‘The Secret World’, or the not-so-secret world of Ferraris. Plus, this week sees one of the worst-named games to ever make it to release.
In this week’s very international videogame selection, Stan Lee takes on New York, the CIA destroys Dubai, and Great Britain goes for the gold.