The lights are on
We show off the newest Super Mario game (and demonstrate why Luigi is the superior bro) in our latest episode of Test Chamber.
Snoop Dogg's rhythm/fighting game, Way of the Dogg, is the kind of game
Test Chambers are made for. It surprised us all with its sudden release,
and the only way to learn more is to just dive right in.
We gathered eight editors to play Super Smash Bros. on Wii U, and we all picked Mewtwo. It's chaos.
Come along for the ride as we try out a variety of heroes, crack open some loot crates, and discuss many aspects of the game.
Dancing like a fool without looking like a fool is hard, which is why
we usually dance alone at home. But you demand to know what the new
Dance Central plays like, and we have to deliver.
We examine the complex new role-playing game from Monolith Soft and Nintendo, and offer an early video glimpse of its beautiful game world.
Despite my protests, my co-workers dragged me into the recording studio for another look at this cel-shaded stealth mess.
We got our hands
on a near final version of the game, and check out many of the new characters in this video preview.
Ride through the streets of Tokyo and find all about Polyphony's newest sim racer.
Croc, Ra's al Ghul, Mad Hatter, and Mr. Freeze return to Gotham for
Arkham Knight's latest DLC, and we decided to give it a look.
One Piece: Unlimited World Red is Bandai Namco's new action game
based on a Japanese anime, which was based on a manga of the same name.
Editor Dan Ryckert walks Jeff Marchiafava and Jeff Cork through some of the game's new multiplayer features and the Pick 10 system.