The challenge is well executed here, but the weakness in Hitman’s episodic structure starts to show with how out of place this chapter feels in context with the previous missions.
It was today in 1996 that North American players were invited to join in Nintendo’s leap to the next dimension of gaming.
When it comes to video games set in the sci-fi sea of darkness, it’s not always a central character that takes the spotlight of these interstellar ventures, but more than a few characters have stepped up through the ranks and made a name for themselves in gaming history.
As the last full expansion for Destiny before Destiny 2, and a follow-up to The Taken King, Rise of Iron had big shoes to fill. It’s a shame then that it doesn’t.
On September 25, 2007, players and fans in North America took the final steps in the journey to put an epic end to the original war between Master Chief, humanity, the Flood and the Covenant.
It was today in 1993 that the world took the first adventure to the mysterious titular island.
It was on this day in 2001 that North American gamers were allowed to take the journey that paint one of gaming history’s most perfect examples of games as art.
When it came to horror in late ‘90s and early 2000 video games, there were a couple franchises that most perfectly represented the polarized ends of the playing field. On one end, you had Resident Evil, whose forte was in shock and gore. Capcom...
What if you were one of those soldiers that doesn’t have genetic engineering to explain away their practical immortality? That’s the question Halo 3: ODST asked on this day in 2009.
While there are glimmers of hope throughout the adventure, the majority of ReCore is neither remarkable nor technically sound.