A sturdy start for the decidedly "punkier" Life Is Strange spin-off.
If I'm not gaming, I'm writing, or sleeping, or very, very bored.
The announcement of a Black Mirror reboot was certainly a nice surprise. What will it be like, though?
A tense puzzler that lacks a special something.
Open up your Dadbook and get lost in a sea of Daddies with Dream Daddy.
A third-person VR game, how does Theseus actually play? Not great, as it turns out.
As with all card games, it's a pretty dense affair, but our Fable Fortune tips should set you on the right track.
The final hurrah of the Fable franchise is a relatively successful one.
One of the best games of its kind around, Superhot VR is an essential if you're looking to get the most out of your PSVR.
Dodging bullets in VR ain't easy, ya know.
We spoke to the mind behind Fable Fortune, which may be the last Fable game we will ever see.
"With a gripping story, quirky characters, witty writing, and everything that you need to make a good game, Persona 5 will take hold of you for its 100+ hours of gameplay."
Many people are comparing Mr. Shifty to Hotline Miami and Dishonored, but does it do enough to stand on its own merits? Yup.
Move over Marvel and DC, there’s a new cinematic universe on the block, and it’s here to wreak some havoc.
"The fundamentality of the World Wide Web is a vile, vile thing, and if you think otherwise, you're a stupid little asshole."
RIP, the Nintendo Wii U. We hardly knew ye (or what you even were for a long time). Let's pour one out before making the Switch.
Warren Beatty was right to be in disbelief: La La Land shouldn't have won the Oscar for Best Picture for two reasons.
Some of these video game characters were not meant to be liked in the first place. Others? Not so much.
A couple have already been released and received rave reviews, but the superhero movies still come in 2017 could go even better.
We sent Leon off to a Switch event because we aren't cool enough to get a press unit to review. Bitter? No. Not at all. AT. ALL.
We've all seen how video game adaptations fare on the big screen. Could a move to TV be more harmonious?