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Journey releases on PlayStation 4 today, which as good a reason as any to revisit our March 2012 review of the PlayStation 3 version of the game.
With side-scrolling platforming and turn-based combat, this strategic action title draws easy comparisons to Mark of the Ninja and Kill Bill.
We've updated our comprehensive list of awesome indie games with puzzles, space combat, creepy sci-fi horror, and more.
This collaborative effort from Mega Man co-creator Keiji Inafune and studio Inti Creates will kick your butt in a good way.
Whether you would rather hunt down an elite crime ring or rescue a puppy from aliens, this week in mobile has got you covered.
The developer behind Contrast turns to Kickstarter to fund an odd first-person survival game.
Soon you'll be able to purchase a warrior that lets you bench Garrosh Hellscream for awhile.
Gnog forces players to zoom in on weird creatures' heads and enter their minds to solve puzzles, complete with Sony's upcoming Morpheus virtual reality hardware.
Marc Ten Bosch has been inspired to create a game that would help people
better understand how the fourth dimension works.
Curious gamers are finding that calling an in-game number suggests a specific release date for the next DLC offering.
Cliffhanger Productions's online co-op entry in the celebrated cyberpunk world is officially available today.
After a Mortal Kombat-style fighter and a card game, WWE finally goes for a traditional wrestling game on mobile.