Sarah LeBoeuf Biography
Partially inspired by the infamous Jonestown cult, The Church in the Darkness has you seeking a nephew swept up in a South American cult's machinations.
If you stumbled upon My Memory of Us at IMGN.PRO’s booth on the PAX East show floor, you’d think it was rather innocuous. Look a little deeper, however, and you’ll see the real story of children coping with a historical horror with only friendship and their imaginations to guide the way.
The American Dream presents a 1950s world where “all of your everyday needs are solved with guns.” It’s a cleaned-up sitcom version of a decade plagued by civil rights unrest and communism hysteria, and guns play a central role in that imagined utopia.
Nintendo’s latest console, the Switch, is off to a promising start, and next month Mario Kart 8 will get a rebirth of sorts, this time in Deluxe form.
As fans know, 50 hours is maybe the halfway point in Persona, so we’re not quite done yet. In the meantime, here are five things we’re absolutely loving about Persona 5.
Phoenix Labs is home to many fans of Monster Hunter, and that showed in our preview of its upcoming multiplayer action game, Dauntless.
The PAX Rising (up-and-coming indie games) and PAX Australia (indie games from down under) booths were conveniently situated right next to each other, so every time I passed through, I was able to get some hands-on time with more weird, colorful, strange games. Here are a few of my favorites.
On paper, Gorogoa is a pretty basic puzzle game. In execution, it’s something else entirely.
While previous attempts to simulate city life were certainly fun, City Living surpasses them all by making the new locale of San Myshuno feel alive, bustling, and connected.
Square Enix’s flagship Final Fantasy series has undergone many evolutions in the last 20 years, but there are still some hallmarks expected from a game in the core franchise. Final Fantasy XV does have some of these familiar elements: dudes with hair reaching varying degrees of spikyness; a grand, high-stakes story involving a prince undertaking an epic journey; there’s even a grumpy old man named Cid. But these familiar details are juxtaposed with some pretty big departures from the formula. That’s not necessary a bad thing, as I discovered during my hands-on session with FFXV earlier this week. If anything, the demo showed me that the long-awaited next entry in the series is a lot of fun if you’re willing to let go of nostalgia and embrace the new.