Amazon Game Studios' new mobile titles will not only be heading to the company's Fire devices, but the iOS format as well.
Woolfe:The Red Hood Diaries is the umpteenth revisionist take on fairy tales, with a sneaky, athletic Red Riding Hood that would fit Assassin Creed's world like a glove. Although it's a game filled with visual brio, this big bad wolf took a few bites in the wrong direction.
The former members of Rare at Playtonic Games have given us a first look at what is going into its spiritual successor to Banjo Kazooie, Project Ukulele.
Ori and the Blind Forest is a massive undertaking on a scale that I had not anticipated. Where I expected a simple platformer instead lies a Metroidvania adventure sprawling across a map that doesn't fully fit on the screen. From the Forlorn Ruins to the Ginso Tree and everything in between, this is a massive and beautiful world inhabited with wonder and danger.
Amazon Game Studios is revealing what sort of smartphone, tablet and Amazon Fire titles it has in the works, catering to all kinds of gamers.
First 4 Figures is at it again with yet another set of statues. This time it's taking on Viewtiful Joe in the first of its Capcom All-Stars Collection.
The other spiritual successor to Mega Man, Azure Striker Gunvolt, packed a big punch in 2014 and now Inti Creates is back with a sequel.
Where Mario is the straight-and-narrow platformer approach, sticking to a winning formula, Kirby is the experimental "throw things up against the wall and see what comes out" entry in Nintendo's catalog. They're Nintendo's own odd couple, and Kirby and the Rainbow Curse continues the pink puffball's reputation for being different in many ways.
This week, Ubisoft continued its tradition of pumping out Trials Fusion DLC with the arrival of 'Fault One Zero". Better buckle up.
Previously only available on the PlayStation 4, Velocity 2X will soon find its way to the Xbox One and PC.