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Find out why I’ve got over 200 hours invested in Tropico and its expansion, Modern Times.
The smile that Splatterhouse brings to my face is made from equal parts endearment and embarrassment.
One of this year's indie breakout games in DrinkBox Studios' Guacamelee, which is one of the best reviewed games of the year. However, don't sleep on the studio's first game, Tales From Space: About a Blob, an inventive platformer.
The developers at Sandlot clearly want to tell a story about humanity's
struggle against giant invading ants and robots, and the passion for that
story shines through despite its technical shortcomings.
Before there was Forza Horizon, there was Eden Game's open-world driving adventure.
We may never get a sequel, but this cult classic is worth playing through.
Occasionally a game hits me powerfully enough that I'm compelled to go through it two, three, or even more times. Take Mirror's Edge, for example.
Vin Diesel destroys every bad guy in Barcelona with flashy driving and gunplay.
Remarkable music, cinematic presentation, and a newly revamped control scheme make this a title worth tracking down if you missed out years ago.
If you're looking to sink your teeth into a new RPG this weekend, consider 2010's Nier.
Pandemic Studio’s swan song got no marketing push, and it
deserved a better fate.
I recruit Dan Ryckert and Tim Turi in a video to show off the novel gameplay that a coma provides in Driver: San Francisco's brilliant split-screen Tag Mode.