Call of Duty: Ghosts is taking over systems like the Xbox One and PS4. Is this the one that will finally sink this juggernaut of a franchise? Probably not.
The first racing game for the PS4 is here in the form of the twentieth Need For Speed game, Rivals. Does this one lead the pack for the new generation or feel like a product of the old one?
The first game released for families in the next generation is here. Does Knack live up to its anticipation? Can the three-foot hero compete with the giants?
The first single-player DLC for Bioshock Infinite: Burial at Sea, Episode 1 is out for the PS3. Do you want to return to Rapture? Of course you do. But lower your expectations.
The geniuses at Insomniac Games return to the world of Ratchet & Clank Future with the highly-anticipated Into the Nexus. Is it a joyous reunion or should the band have stayed broken up?
2010's Castlevania: Lords of Shadow was such a hit for Konami that they released a DS game and two DLC add-ons. Now, it's all available in one glorious collection. Should you buy it?
Few games this season will be bigger than the latest installment of Assassin's Creed. The developers at Ubisoft didn't have to deliver a great game to make a fortune. And yet delivered the best AC yet.
It's finally here. The most anticipated multiplayer shooter of the year that's not named Call of Duty has arrived and Battlefield 4 is a glorious, spectacular accomplishment in the arena of online combat. What does it do right that so many games do wrong?
The Avengers, The X-Men, Spider-man, and Howard the Duck? An amazing array of Marvel characters come together in arguably the best LEGO game since Star Wars. How does Marvel Super Heroes deliver such a clever, entertaining bang for the comic buck? Read on...
One of the most anticipated games of these final days of the PS3 is the third PS3 title to bear the name Arkham. How does Batman: Arkham Origins compare to the beloved two titles that preceded it? How do you feel about repeats?
The first Headhunter mission is available for Borderlands 2 and it's a Halloween-themed thrill ride. Did you really think that 2K Games would release inferior product for the best game of 2012? Think again.
The Skylanders series have become some of the most profitable of the current generation of gaming. And yet they've never had a game this creatively impressive. Swap Force is a blast. Get your wallets out.
Quantic Dream follows up their critical smash Heavy Rain with this supernatural drama starring Ellen Page & Willem Dafoe. Is it the last great game of the PS3 generation?
2K Games is back with the latest and greatest basketball simulation you've ever played, centered around LeBron James' quest for greatness this time. Is it a slam dunk?
Grand Theft Auto V has already made over a billion dollars for Rockstar Games. But should you, the lone hold-out in the cult of GTA, take a trip to Los Santos? Is it the final great game of the PS3 generation? Read our review and find out.
Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 Remix remasters the previously-unavailable Kingdom Hearts Final Mix along with notable bonus material like Kingdom Hearts Re: Chain of Memories. Is it worth the upgrade?
Another year, another NHL game. How's this year's team? Just a placeholder for next year's next-gen version or something more? How about both?
This is a review of Sony's Puppeteer, a family/action platformer that kids will enjoy for its simplicity of gameplay and adults will admire for its incredible visuals that approach art.
2012 PC Game of the Year Diablo III makes its debut on the PS3 this month and the result, unlike a lot of transports from comp to console, is an absolute blast.
Disney Infinity comes with a high price tag and great expectations. The cost is still high but the games fails creatively to live up to its moniker. Read on for the ugly how and sad why...
The long-delayed Rayman Legends is finally here for not just the Wii U but multi-platforms. How does this gorgeous game play on the PS3? Read our review and find out why you have to play this game.
The series that has been nicknamed the NFL's 33rd franchise is back but is Madden NFL 25 a leap forward from 13 or a placeholder until 15? Read on and find out.
The long-awaited follow-up to the 2010 Splinter Cell game, Blacklist, is finally here and it's even better than its fans could have expected.
The follow-up to 2012's brilliant XCOM: Enemy Unknown takes the tactical combat approach of that game and brings it back to the '60s with a more action-driven aesthetic. Does the brilliance of the last game survive the time trip?
Saint's Row the Third reinvigorated Volition's franchise but seemed to blow the roof off the entire concept. How could they possibly top it? How about aliens and superpowers? Believe it or not, it works.