Not too long ago, the world took note of the philosophical query, “What does the fox say?” Now, thanks to Ubisoft’s Just Dance 2015, we work as a community to dance out the answers to such important mysteries.
I was hoping this would be the game to really make me feel like a powerful Avatar, but it just came off as a clumsy and lacking the heart of the show.
Super Glyph Quest has gamers playing a magus who wants to bring a bit of magic back in the world. An RPG and puzzle hybrid, it's an adventure that may keep you hooked for hours.
Sunset Overdrive is a lot of things: a third-person shooter with loads of a parkour, a tongue-in-cheek commentary on common video game mechanics, a pop culture powerhouse with loads of inside jokes, and a fresh new way to play with and against your friends.
Fantasia: Music Evolved is wonderful, colorful, musical fun, both intoxicating and empowering in its approach.
Tenkai Knights: Brave Battle is based on the Cartoon Network animated series, and although it's essentially hack-and-slash fighter, the Tenkai universe infuses this adventure with some much needed flavor.
The third entry in a video game series often acts as a turning point; for some series, it marks the beginning of innovation and refinement, taking what worked about the previous two games and bringing them together in an exciting new way.
Angry Birds Transformers features our favorite characters as Autobirds and Deceptihogs, and though the pun is downright cheesy, its heart is in the right place.
At first glance, Hail to the King might appear to be nothing but catered fan service to the dead-icated masses who follow Zacky Vengeance, Synyster Gates and the rest of the crew as most other celebrity-associated games have done in the past.
Alien: Isolation is not just a brilliant homage to the original film, it's also given us plenty of reasons to be completely afraid of the dark again.