The lights are on
In this video feature, Game Informer's Andy McNamara, Dan Ryckert, and Jeff Marchiafava talk about their hands-on time with Epic's next big game.
If you have a computer or tablet, you could be reading all about Fortnite right now.
In this video feature, the developers at Epic explain the basics behind their bold action-building game and their approach to releasing it as a free-to-play title.
Epic finally spills the beans on its new, ambitious IP.
Almost every facet that players rightly attacked in the original game has been refined and revamped, transforming the title into an enjoyable action/RPG experience.
Hi-Rez Studios’ free-to-play Smite occupies an interesting space in a genre that’s going to see a deluge of new titles in 2014.
I appreciate the new freedom that Blood Ties affords combos, but there isn’t much else in place that dramatically changes up the formula from what we’ve seen before.
The additions in this episode build on the old mechanics in ways that we didn’t see in the previous installment.
For the third time, Sucker Punch has crafted a game that is worth playing through twice
Out There is a fascinating mix of narrative and strategy, but arbitrary decisions pull down the experience.
Gathering materials and crafting upgrades is fun, and the solid pacing keeps you heading back into the darkness.
Vlambeer's latest offering places you in the cockpit and makes you feel like one of history’s soaring champions.