After multiple delays and the fall of longtime game publisher THQ, the ‘South Park’ RPG is finally here. With that and the next episode in the massively popular ‘Walking Dead’ series, it’s a big week for videogame releases....
Thieves, plants, zombies, castlevanias (whatever those are) and evil residents… It seem like this February videogame release week has something juicy for everybody.
In this week’s new videogames, one of Nintendo’s most anticipated but oft-delayed Wii U projects finally hits store shelves, while cult favorites get some much-desired sequels. It’s not even spring and the release slate is in full...
This week, Naughty Dog’s award winner gets an encore, and a trio of uniquely Japanese titles makes for some great genre choices, especially for Vita owners. Come have a look at this week’s promising videogame releases.
See you in hell, January doldrums. February arrives with an eight-platform release, a free PS4 title, a thickening ‘Fables’ plot and more. Come check out this week’s packed slate of videogame releases.
Another week into 2014 brings us a re-release for one game not even a year old, plus one more that’s nearly 20-years-old. Come have a look at all of this week’s promising videogame releases.
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.
This has become something of an annual tradition around here. As we close the books on 2013, let’s look forward to the things we’d like to see in 2014. Do you have a favorite movie still waiting to be released on Blu-ray? Would yo...
It may be a holiday week for the games industry, but there are still a few gifts left to be opened.