Folks, welcome to “Persona Lite.”
Tales of the Adventure Company might stir some nostalgic yearnings on first glance, but be forewarned, heroic gamer, that beneath its veneer of 8-bit adventures beats the blackest heart imaginable: the heart of mediocrity.
Sky Force celebrates its 10 year anniversary as a mobile game with the new free to play release Sky Force 2014. Fans of scrolling based shooters are in for a treat, especially if non-stop action is on their minds.
I love a good murder mystery as much as the next guy. I also enjoy a good ghost story every now and again. With Square Enix and Airtight Games’ Murdered: Soul Suspect, I could get both genres in one tight, little package.
Ultra Street Fighter IV proves that its core concepts are still the gold standard, tweaking the core Street Fighter enough to give it new life while maintaining the greatness the series has seen for a quarter-century. This is the best Street Fighter yet.
It's the third lap. You're in first and Luigi's hot on your tail. Your item? A banana peel. The finish line is mere meters away when Luigi slips in behind you to draft his way to victory.
With the release of the State of Decay: Lifeline expansion pack, it’s time to see how well the military fares against the living dead.
Let's see if this chicken is able to soar past its hundreds of other fowl siblings and tap its way to success.
Lightning stuck as Mika Mobile's dark spell completed. The clouds grew black, and a dire still permeated the air. From that stillness, came... Battleheart Legacy.
Two dots are better than one? Why yes, yes they are. One is the loneliest number, after all, so Betaworks One developed a follow-up to the simply-named game, Dots: A Game About Connecting, and logically called this sequel Two Dots.