When you look at point-and-click adventure games today, it’s hard to think of a time when these games did a heck of a lot with so much less. They’ve become lavish in their scope and it’s a definite part of the charm bringing point-and-clicks back into prominence. Pencil Test Studios hit opposite of that method with their new point-and-click, Armikrog. It’s got charm – oodles in fact – but the game harkens to a bygone era of point-and-clicks that tasked players with making the most of what’s there and dealing with it. Unfortunately, Armikrog brings back many old problems and mixes them with new ones as well, occasionally distracting from what is otherwise a funny and beautiful game.
Since Activision got a lot of heat due to the last-gen versions of Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 not having a campaign mode, they went and released a story trailer.
Bethesda has released its fourth educational cartoon featuring Vault Boy, teaching you how important Charisma is out in the wasteland while playing Fallout 4.
We just wanted to remind our readers that Carbine Studios' MMORPG WildStar has launched with its revamped, free-to-play economic model this month.
Microsoft Studios' free-to-play game creator and sandbox simulator, Project Spark, is getting rid of its microtransactions, making all of its premium content free.
The Protoss leaders recall their history and decide whether or not to take back their homeworld in this story trailer for StarCraft 2: Legacy of the Void.
Comcept was supposed to launch a demo of Mighty No. 9 this week as an apology for the game being delayed into 2016. Unfortunately, that is being delayed as well.
Ubisoft's Rainbow Six Siege is joining the growing list of first-person shooters that have forgone solo story campaigns to focus on multiplayer.
Activision revealed that Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 won't have a campaign mode on PS3 and Xbox 360 — it's not like most COD players would've noticed.
Ubisoft takes a big step for LGBTQ inclusivity by adding Ned Wynert to the cast of Assassin's Creed Syndicate.