The Talos Principles manages to be both a great game and a contemplative piece of art, and the world is a richer place for it.
9.5 out of 10 Review
If you own a Wii U, you absolutely owe it to yourself to pick up Captain Toad's Treasure Tracker.
Geometry Wars 3: Dimensions takes twin-stick point-hoarding action to a whole new dimension.
This latest iteration of the popular action game shows that not only can you go home again, but home will be even better than you remembered.
In some ways Rules! is the best iOS game out there, forcing players to use their memory skills in order to charge on, no matter what the age.
Shovel Knight, if nothing else, is an amazing love letter to the days of gaming’s past.
Lately, many hardcore gamers have accused Nintendo of being too coddling to its fanbase. "Where have all the challenging games gone?" they demanded. While Nintendo seems content to continue mostly producing games that place accessibility over challenge, they did fire back with a resounding answer: "You want a challenge? Fine. Here's Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze." And what a frosty challenge it is.
I’m of the opinion that The Last of Us was such a perfect game -- such a perfect experience -- that it didn’t warrant a downloadable content episode. Where we had landed with Joel and Ellie at the end of the narrative felt open-ended and ambiguous, sure, but there was also a sense of finality; we’ve seen these two remarkable people to the end of our road with them. So when I heard that Naughty Dog was releasing a single-player, story-based DLC episode, I raised my eyebrow both skeptically and in confusion. Now, after having played through the handful of hours in The Last of Us: Left Behind, I can say that maybe I was wrong in fearing the worst.
For many gamers, Final Fantasy VI was the best entry in the greatest generation of gaming- the Super Nintendo era. With this in mind, Square Enix stepped back in time and retrieved this classic role-playing game and threw some future clothes on it to get it ready for the iOS generation— with surprising results.
Small puzzle games like Cut The Rope 2 challenge the player not just to beat each level, but to achieve the highest score possible. This kind of simple challenge can quickly turn into a monstrous task as you're faced with a number of obstacles preventing you from bringing the tasty sweet treat to Om Nom, along with obtaining enough stars to beat each level. Cut The Rope 2 isn't entirely original in it's layout, but the cute, adorable design, music and game play make this sequel absolutely addicting.