Azure Striker Gunvolt draws inspiration from some of the finest games of the 16-bit era
Want to be a wizard, but you're sick of dealing with all that pesky Mana and those obnoxious cooldowns? Well, the devs of Lichdom: Battlemage felt the same way.
Namco Bandai’s Tales series is one of the most popular RPG franchises in Japan, right along side Pokemon, Final Fantasy and Dragon Quest. If you’re a JRPG fan, but not particularly fond of those three frontlining franchises, chances are you were looking forward to Tales of Xillia 2.
With a multitude of new content and features, the Ultimate Evil Edition is, quite simply, the definitive way of playing Diablo III on a home console.
With a slick visual style and a smooth soundtrack that would fit right at home in a Steven Soderbergh film, CounterSpy feels like a love letter to the super spy movies of the sixties.
Pac-Man Friends is a physics based games that brings a refreshing spin to the tried and true franchise. Power pellets and gobbling up ghosts never gets old, but it's refreshing to see Pac-Man explore an entirely new dimension.
Are you sick of having fun? Well then, you're sure to not have fun playing Swing Copters, the new game from the creator of Flappy Bird, as it's the same painfully frustrating experience as its predecessor in almost every way.
It's a weird mashup, taking the super-emotional narrative of that game and putting it onto a pinball table, but Zen Studio's take on the zombie-fest is actually a ton of fun that somehow implements the Telltale pedigree choice-based gameplay onto a pinball table.
Madden NFL 15 is a game that has preached authenticity, claiming to be the most realistic football simulation ever made. That's a bold statement, and one that the game seems to do a wonderful job of following through on.
Well, if ye have the desire to be a buccaneer, Risen 3: Titan Lords packs as much fantasy-pirate action into it as you'll find this side of the Caribbean, but not even voodoo magic is enough to save this seafaring tale from swabbing the poop deck.