A promising cult classic and the first enjoyable bits of pro football lead this week’s dynamic set of videogame releases.
This week’s new videogame releases feature a sequel, a prequel and a reboot to longtime popular franchises. If those don’t break your budget, Disney has plans to drain the rest of the money from your wallet.
One simple truth kicks off this week’s splendiferous slate of videogame releases: “Life is like a hurricane, here… in Duckberg.”
So you thought last week was slow for new videogames? Well, you would be correct! However, this week is even slower. I’m not sure which is supposed to be the biggest release this week, a $40 retail port of an indie favorite or a K...
The doldrums of summer continue with this pretty dang thin week for videogame releases. We have a summer movie tie-in, a fan fave collection, a long-running golf series and a groovy-looking little PSN title. If you’re hoping for s...
At first glance, this week may look like a summer lull for videogames. However, further inspection reveals the first installment in over a decade for one of the all-time great Japanese RPGs. And that’s just one of several intrigui...
The Fourth of July has come and gone, but the celebration of America continues with the first real (well, videogame real) taste of football this season. Meanwhile, Konami celebrates the legacy of Big Boss and Solid Snake.
Thank you, Telltale! With a summer holiday ready to crush the videogame release slate, the developer brings us at least one new game worth playing.
This week’s new videogames bring us a major release built around Marvel Comics characters, a seldom seen Wii U offering, and not one but two compelling Playstation Vita titles.
Forget sequels, forget re-releases and forget ‘StarCraft’. This week belongs to ‘Remember Me’. Well, it belongs to ‘Remember Me’ and the PC, which bags the best of this June week’s new videogame releases with ease.
This week in videogames, the makers of ‘Resistance’ unleash a new IP on both the PS3 and Xbox 360, but an independent developer may offer an even more intriguing option.
This week, ‘Resident Evil’ makes a triumphant return to gaming consoles, while another classic heads the opposite direction to a handheld platform.