Watch Dogs and Wolfenstein: The New Order are making waves on the PS4 but the machine doesn't stop for smash hits. What's coming up? What's around the corner? What will you play next? Get your calendars out...
There are certain games that become such a part of pop culture that you really need to play them no matter if you like it or not. Call of Duty, Grand Theft Auto, Super Mario Bros., The Legend of Zelda, etc. You get the idea. At a certain point, a game becomes part of the culture conversation. Watch Dogs is about to be added to that list.
"Call of Duty: Ghosts" got its second DLC map pack this month in "Devastation," a nice blend of small to medium-sized maps that comes with a kickass new weapon called the Ripper. Yeah, you know you want it. Want more details first? Check out our map-by-map review:
The best way you can spend your PSN credit continued recently with the mid-point chapter of the second season of Telltale Games' "The Walking Dead." "In Harm's Way" sees Clementine and her friends stuck in the web of the nefarious Carver. How does it play? Read our review:
Another reboot? In this year of disappointing games? As much as I try to approach every title with the same expectations, they were understandably low for "Wolfenstein: The New Order." Man, was I surprised. You will be too if you play the B-movie game of 2014.
Bad movie tie-in games are nothing new. Bad superhero games are nothing new. Games this clunky, derivative, and just awful from a major studio are, thankfully, rare. Don't bother. Read on to find out why:
I was mixed on the PS3 version of "MLB 14 The Show" but the PS4 iteration fixes every problem with that title and ushers in the next generation of baseball simulators in a way that's more remarkable than fans of this award-winning franchise could have hoped for. It's the best sports game ever released.
The PlayStation 4 has had a few games worth playing in its short time on this planet but Ubisoft's "Child of Light" is the first must-play of the new generation. It's a masterfully designed, remarkably addictive RPG that you won't soon forget. Read on for more...
Want something new to play in May? Pick one of these three games and go for it. Come back for reviews of all three. Heck, pick more than one.
Forget the awful Ah-nuld version in "Batman & Robin," Mr. Freeze is cool (pun only slightly intended). Fans of "Batman: The Animated Series" are sure to agree. And so most of us DC nuts were excited to play "Batman: Arkham Origins: Cold, Cold Heart". Should you still be excited? Check out our review: