Despite some stiff competition, this week’s clear headliner among new videogame releases is the latest ‘Walking Dead’ episode. Of course, time-traveling ‘Contra’ needn’t be ashamed to take second place.
This week’s eclectic assortment of videogames offer a strong showing for Sony platforms. Come see the oddities!
This week belongs to story-laden videogames. If those don’t do it for you, two Game of the Year collections might keep you engaged.
As January rolls on, the videogame release slate brings us one great big reboot. In its wake are one or two other classic (or modern classic) additions and re-releases. In other words, this is a good week for those who treasure ga...
The ’80s called, they want their ‘Aliens’ and 8-bit classic gaming back. Ready or not, they’re making a comeback, big time.
Not since ‘Plants vs. Zombies’ have I been hooked on a videogame this badly. ‘Game Dev Story’ won me over and I just can’t stop.
The best deals you’re going to find on PC games all year are happening right now on Steam, including incredible bargains on entire game libraries. All Square/Enix games are going for 88% off, a mega pack of 2K Games titles is 81% ...
The biggest joke in gaming is about to get one hell of a punchline. The constantly-delayed ‘Duke Nukem Forever’ is not only going to be made, but it’s going to be made by one of the best developers around.
If you’re a ‘Borderlands’ fan, you’ll be glad to know that the General Knoxx expansion wasn’t the end of downloadable content for the game. If you’re not a ‘Borderlands’ fan, then I have nothing to say to you.
Last week the internet was abuzz yet again with the Twittering of angry gamers because Roger Ebert refused to categorize videogames as an art form. But really, why does it matter?