Monday, January 14 2013
Coming as no surprise to gamers, the world didn't end this year. We've been staving off such disaster for decades now in the arcade and at home, so here are a few of the best titles of this otherwise apocalypse-free year.
Sunday, January 29 2012
This year was a year when something called Lesbian Spider-Queens of Mars could be celebrated alongside the latest Gears of War game. This was a year in which one of the most reviled games, Dragon Age II, was also one of the most revered.
Tuesday, February 17 2015
Assassin's Creed: Unity highlights the difficulty of influencing social change from the shadows.
Tuesday, September 23 2014
Watch Dog's protagonist is a cliché that never grows beyond cliché.
Monday, February 11 2013
The last four games in the series have criticized totalitarianism by showing us what would happen if the “select few” in charge didn’t care about the people, but Assassin’s Creed III argues that if the “select few” in charge really do care about those beneath them, then society might flourish.
Friday, May 16 2014
Child of Light is not the epic storybook poem that it thinks it is.
Thursday, January 17 2013
The islands themselves are Far Cry's breakout stars, and what makes the game so enthralling is the constant sense of fear that exploring them provokes.
Thursday, January 22 2009
The effort here is to provide a fantastic experience, not at all intellectual but one driven by velocity and the player's own gut.
Thursday, April 10 2008
Vegas 2 almost serves as a companion piece to the original, with its events occurring before, during, and after those of the first game.
Sunday, March 30 2008
Meet Elliot, one of the few heretofore faceless survivors of the ill-fated Oceanic Flight 815.
Thursday, December 3 2009
Prince of Persia - Ubisoft - Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, PC [$59.99]