‘Mutant Year Zero: Road to Eden’ is a winner with cool sneak mechanics, smooth transitions to turn-based battle, and addictive gameplay.
American E.A. Henson shares his experiences at Fan Expo Canada, including getting a chance to play the remastered version of ‘MediEvil!’
The smooth mechanics and intuitive gameplay make ‘Hitman 2’ the perfect holiday gift for the aspiring video game assassin on your list.
Mat Langford has been going back and forth for a couple of days thinking about just how to summarize his initial experience with Call of Duty: Black Ops 4.
Fire Pro Wrestling World, retains the series signature 16-bit-era graphics which might make the game a tough sell at full price, but if you’re a real wrestling fanatic, this is one of those cases where you shouldn’t judge a book by its cover.
Moonlighter, developed by Digital Sun, is a charming game reminiscent of top-down dungeon-crawlers like The Legend of Zelda: Link to the Past and The Binding of Isaac.
For a game about riding a bike through France, Tour de France 2018 from Cyanide Studio is exactly what I was expecting: It’s strategic and kind of good looking but unfortunately, quite boring.
MLB: The Show 18 is exactly what you’d expect from Sony San Diego: it’s beautiful, plays wonderfully and is graphically better than the previous year.
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.
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.
‘The Inpatient’ is the kind of game that seems like a meaty, immersive horror experience in the vein of the incredible ‘Resident Evil 7.’
Out today exclusive to PlayStation 4 is Knack 2. It’s a fun platformer, a sort of cross between the Lego games and Uncharted via Ratchet and Clank, with goblins and robots to … Continue reading Knack 2: Platformer Sequel Finds Its Footing