Metro: Last Light, the long-anticipated sequel to Metro 2033, is the first major game of Summer 2013. Does it live up to the hype or should it be buried underground?
It may only be May but you won't play a DLC game more insane than Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon, a spin-off of one of the best games of 2012 with dragons, cyborgs, super-soldiers, and more insanity than most '80s action movies. Is it worth the nostalgic trip to the future?
We've played a LOT of bad, licensed tie-ins in recent months including games based on Family Guy, Rise of the Guardians, The Walking Dead, and Aliens. Does Star Trek break the trend or fit neatly into the mold?
Fans of the Ninja Gaiden games have been disappointed with recent developments in their franchise, especially the lack of blood and gore in the Nintendo Wii U version of the third game. It's BACK! Tecmo Koei and Team Ninja bring back the insane buckets of blood in Ninja Gaiden 3: Razor's Edge. Is it worth the slice and dice?
Deep Silver delivers an old-fashioned, side-scrolling brawler in Sacred Citadel. Is this nostalgic throwback to arcade games of your youth worth the download from the PSN? Check out our review and find out.
Iconic DC superheroes and villains go head-to-head in the WB's newest fighting game from the team who made Mortal Kombat. Always wondered if Superman or Batman would win in a fight? Now you can find out the answer in this incredibly enjoyable game.
2011's Dead Island was a surprise hit for Deep Silver and so they rushed a sequel into production. Welcome to Dead Island: Riptide. Is it worth the return trip?
Another month, another sports game. But a disturbing pattern is taking shape in 2013 sports games -- a holding one. Read on to find out more.
Army of Two: The Devil's Cartel promises dumb fun but is it more dumb than fun? Read our full review to find out how this co-op shooter for the Xbox 360 and PS3 delivers.
It's very early in 2013 but we may have already played the best game (Bioshock Infinite) and the worst game of the year. Read on for details on the latter.
It's only March but the 2013 Game of the Year may be here in the highly anticipated Bioshock Infinite from 2K Games. Does it live up to the hype? Does it ever. Read on for what might be the most praise-filled review you'll ever read on About.com.
The sixth God of War game since 2005 is here. Is it an action-packed bridge between the PS3 Kratos and the inevitable PS4 one or just a space-filler? Read our full review of God of War: Ascension.
The first DLC add-on for EA's smash hit Dead Space 3 is here. Are you ready to get Awakened? Now that the nightmares have finally subsided from DS3, it's time to jump back in for Dead Space 3: Awakened. Is it worth the trip?
Brought back from the dead like a retired player who decides to commit to one more year, MLB 2K13 is here for the Sony PS3 and Xbox 360. Once-canceled and now-available, should MLB 2K13 be given another at-bat? Read our full review to find out.
Lara Croft, one of the most iconic and beloved characters in the history of gaming, is back in a reboot/prequel that surpasses all critical expectations. It's a rare must-own, one of the games that you simply need to play before moving from the PS3 to the PS4. Read on to find out why.
It's not really the start of spring training until Sony's MLB The Show is released. The 2013 edition is here, likely the last one for the PS3 (before the 2014 edition explodes on the PS4). Does this final inning strike out or hit a home run?
Zen Studios has released another 3-pack of tables for their great line of pinball games called Zen Pinball 2. And guess what? These tables are based on the most influential and beloved sci-fi universe in history. How do Star Wars and Zen Pinball work together?
Hitman 2: Silent Assassin, Hitman: Contracts, and Hitman: Blood Money have been compiled into one set from Square-Enix and IO Interactive called Hitman HD Trilogy. How have these games held up? Do they still work for new players who have fallen in love with Hitman: Absolution?
Crytek is back with another trip to the future in the combat-strategy hybrid Crysis 3, the first must-play game of 2013. What elevates Crysis 3 over what has been released so far this year? Why is it interesting enough that it could still be one of the best of 2013 in ten months' time?
Return to the world of Metal Gear with the action-packed Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance, a slice-and-dice adventure that delivers streamlined ninja cyborg action, now available for PS3 and Xbox 360. How does it compare to the Metal Gear Solid games? Read our full review and find out.
EA continues one of the most acclaimed and beloved franchises in sci-fi gaming history this month with the release of Dead Space 3. Does it compete with its predecessors or tarnish their legacy? Read on to find out why the answer is a little bit of both.
After numerous delays and increased anticipation, Sega's Aliens: Colonial Marines is finally here. Picking up after James Cameron's masterful Aliens, the game continues that film's action-driven approach to science fiction. Does it connect with FPS fans or just spit acid at them?
Sly Cooper returns to the PS3 after a seven-year-plus absence from the world of gaming, a lifetime in this medium. Can Thieves in Time turn back the clock on this once-beloved series or does it merely prove that the franchise went dormant for a reason?
The geniuses at Studio Ghibli, the men & women behind animated classics Spirited Away, Princess Mononoke, Ponyo, and many more, have made a role-playing game that's designed to enchant both children and adults. Does Ni No Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch live up to its massive potential?
Max Payne 3 gets its final DLC this month with the release of four new modes under the banner of Deathmatch Made in Heaven. Is it an angelic addition to one of the best games of 2012 or something that should be buried?