The Last Guardian Review (PlayStation 4)
I really wanted The Last Guardian to blow me away. I've always had a soft spot for the underdog, and a game that sat in development limbo for over 10 years certainly fit that status. I hoped this would be a complete and beautiful experience that I’d talk about for years to come. Sadly, t…
Final Fantasy XV Review (PlayStation 4)
Final Fantasy XV is an ideal experience for a new age of the franchise, and I’m looking forward to diving back in to see what I missed the first time.
Pokemon Sun and Moon Review (Nintendo 3DS)
The soul of what makes Pokemon fun and exciting is thankfully still intact, Sun and Moon just give it a new sense of style.
10 Great Gift Ideas for the Xbox One Fan
The Xbox lover on your list will likely be looking for what we have listed here, so check out our ten must-have items from the Microsoft wing of video gaming, and look for more holiday lists as the festive days get closer.
Watch Dogs 2 Review (PlayStation 4)
Some specters from the previous game still exist, particularly in combat and a bit in driving, but Watch Dogs 2 improves on the original game in every way that counts.
WWE 2K17 Review (PlayStation 4)
While WWE 2K17 can be a ton of fun, a few specters of its past keep it from being a flawless experience.
ReCore Review (Xbox One)
While there are glimmers of hope throughout the adventure, the majority of ReCore is neither remarkable nor technically sound.
Phoenix Wright Ace Attorney: Spirit of Justice Review (Nintendo 3DS)
Phoenix Wright Ace Attorney: Spirit of Justice has some bumps along the road, but there's a twisting and thrilling story worth the occasional struggle.
Attack on Titan Review (PlayStation 4)
The ultra-popular Attack on Titan anime series has finally made its way to the video game world, with the minds behind the Dynasty Warriors franchise --- Omega Force and Koei Tecmo --- charged with the transition. I was hesitant to truly get excited for this new game, as I didn’t think Attack…
Monster Hunter Generations Review (Nintendo 3DS)
Monster Hunter Generations was formed from a simple idea: take a few elements from each of the previous Monster Hunter games, slap in a few new tweaks for good measure, and out comes a brand new game.