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Call of Duty returns to World War II with a fresh single-player campaign, co-op campaign, and new multiplayer options.
It seems like people had Square Enix in their thoughts this week! Aside from that, we've got a good mix of blogs centered on more Zelda, books, and – a complete surprise – Prey!
Puyo Puyo Tetris combines two of gaming's biggest puzzle franchises, but is the resulting mash-up actually worth playing? Here are four things you should know about the brick-and-blob hybrid.
Little Nightmares reminds of Playdead's chilling platformers in the best way, but does manage to find its own creepy identity.
New and returning players have plenty to enjoy and explore in today's revamp. Check it out in this video feature!
Update: Stay up to date on the latest games coming down the Kickstarter pipeline.
The archive from our 4/25/17 livestream, join Javy Gwaltney and Elise Favis for two hours of Outlast gameplay.
The Surge and Hellpoint have both been called "Dark Souls in space." Here's what you need to know about both titles.
We point out four ways Outlast 2 scares the living hell out of you.
We see it all the time: someone makes a comment on the web about one particular system or company, and the mudslinging begins.
Dragon Quest Heroes II releases tomorrow, and while it is a solid action
game, the original game is the better of the two. Here's why.
The beginning of this narrative-focused games illustrates the clever ways developer Giant Sparrow weaves its story.