Today is the morning of day one of Fan Expo Canada 2018. And if there’s one idea that needs to be decided over your first cup of coffee, it’s the idea of priority. Let us help!
Playing the new God of War is very close to a new experience for me, and I’m walking in minus any potential baggage that may come from being a fan of the originals. For that, I’m extremely grateful.
Because God of War is epic.
Having nothing new on my plate to review, my gaming wanderlust has been out in full force the last couple of weeks. Yet, as the title of this column suggests it can be summed up in just three words: starving, starving, slashing.
Insomniac Games’ long-awaited Marvel’s Spider-Man will hit retailers on September 7, exclusively for the PS4. Learn all about the various editions available for pre-order.
‘The Council’ just so happens to be – despite a few notable flaws – my favourite thing I’ve played so far this year.
Mulaka is a third-person hack-and-slash adventure with somewhat underdeveloped platforming elements that borrows its storyline and in-game locale from northern Mexico’s indigenous Tarahumara
Growing up in the 1980s and ’90s, I always found myself grabbing for a Choose Your Own Adventure or Twistaplot book.
It’s that time of the year where everyone seems to be talking about what they are most looking forward to in 2018, so for this column I figured I would chime in with my own must-plays.
Bleed 2 is a fast-paced, fluid, pixel-drawn run-and-gun style game that performs well, somewhere between a platformer and a twin-stick shooter. It’s a fun but difficult adventure that has some great pros, but also some cons.
For the gamers out there, the last few weeks have seen some fun releases hit digital and physical store shelves. One was a pretty big deal, the other has gone a little under the radar – depending on your system, they’re both well worth your time.
Hello. Nice to meet you. My name is Monica. I’ve been playing video games for 33 years and 55 days. I can still remember the exact moment the bug hit me: Christmas Eve, 1984. My first computer. I was eight years old.
Comics, films, and video games comprise E.A. Henson’s pop culture faves of 2017.