Christmas is almost upon us. It seems to come faster every year. Have you all been good boys and girls? If so, let’s use today’s Roundtable to remind Santa about all the goodies on our holiday wish lists this year.
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.
While the PS4 and Xbox One hog the gaming spotlight this month, we thought that today’s Roundtable might be a good time to look back at some of the best videogames we played on prior platforms. Tell us your favorites too!
Achievement unlocked! The official debut of the Xbox One comes with a slew of launch games, including some compelling exclusives.
Last week, you told us about your plans for buying (or not buying) a PS4. With the release of Microsoft’s rival console this Friday, let’s ask the same question about that. Do you intend to buy an Xbox One? Vote in our poll.
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!
We have a pretty straightforward poll topic for you this week. With Friday’s big launch of the PlayStation 4 imminent, do you plan to buy the new gaming console as soon as you can get one? Are you willing to wait? Do you care at a...
Just ahead of Friday’s PS4 launch comes a motley mix of fine videogames that refuse to suffer the stigma of being called “last gen heroes.”
Our Videogame Releases post this week got me to wondering about something. With both the Xbox One and PlayStation 4 launching imminently, are you still buying videogames for the PS3 and Xbox 360? Or have you decided to wait for th...
Even though Halloween may be over, the ghosts of ‘Call of Duty’ haunt gaming consoles new and old this week. On top of that, we also get a nice assortment of other videogame releases to enjoy.