The Acer Predator Z35 is a gorgeous dispaly that sucks you right into your games, but makes a less than weak arguement when convincing you of its worth.
I take the new Black Ops 3 maps through their paces and in the end I hate myself for my decisions… but I’m sticking to them
As a metaphor for the ties that bind a family together, Yarny and Unravel are exceptional; beautiful, and invoking a quiet contemplation, It’s just hard not to wish it was a better game.
If you’ve ever wondered what Resident Evil used to be like, before it became the action fest it is today, there is no better place to look than the Resident Evil Origins Collection. How do these two games fare though, nearly a decade and a half later?
Avengers, assemble! LEGO Marvel’s Avengers is six films worth of content, and just as predictable as the source material it came from in TT Fusion’s latest LEGO effort.
A prequel to the first Homeworld game, Homeworld: Deserts of Kharak bears its heritage brightly and proudly, both in its mechanics and narrative.
Assassin’s Creed Chronicles: Russia would be a perfect example of combining stealth, action and a tight story into one solid 2.5D adventure. If only it wasn’t such a red menace in the difficulty department.
Firewatch offers a compelling experince with some of the best written dialogue you’re likely to find, making the brief stay in Wyoming an essential one.
It’s a monumental task, to balance a lengthy dip into a death-trap dungeon while keeping the vibrant spirit of Pokémon alive. But on that front, Pokémon Super Mystery Dungeon is a deviously difficult winner.
Deadpool is an outrageously entertaining, genre-busting piece of gonzo cinema that somehow pulls off that criminally rare Hollywood achievement of actually being more than worth the wait.
We review Sebastien Loeb Rally Evo. Is it any good? It’s… rally not too bad.
Jonathan Blow’s The Witness offers challenging, if somewhat repetitive puzzles in a world soaked with unique artistic style.