We highlight contemporary and classic downloadable games that we think are worth your attention.
After almost five years in development, Gravity Rush 2 is finally here. And yes, it was definitely worth the wait.
In which we highlight contemporary and classic downloadable games that we think are worth your attention.
Frog Fractions 2 ultimately isn't as brilliant as Frog Fractions, but it's still a strong adventure game full of surprises.
A new reissue of Yoshitaka Azuma's groundbreaking shoot-em-up score serves as a reminder of its brilliance more than two decades after its debut.
Playground Games' brilliant open-world racer expands its horizons with a whole new winter wonderland.
Shantae is back, and she brought the magic.
Super Mario Run has some unappealing aspects (always online -- boo!), but overall it's a high quality mobile experience worthy of Mario's name.
It may not be an HD remaster, but this best-of music compilation offers a satisfying way to revisit BioWare's RPG hit.
Lots of potential, flawed execution.
Featuring a collection of ten contemporary tables, Stern Pinball Arcade offers an authentic-feeling silverball experience.
A sincere heart beats within this adventure, but being a video game is as much its undoing as its strength.
Sometimes what's dead just doesn't stay down.
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Nintendo breaks its trend of disappointing Wii U-to-3DS downconversions by totally revamping the wrapper for its level-design tool kit.
IO Interactive finishes the first season of the episodic adventures of Agent 47.
It's finally here, but is it good?
Logitech's flagship mouse deserves to hold onto the crown.
Pokémon Sun and Moon dishes out plenty of sun, surf, and fun for Pokémon fans.
Ubisoft leaves behind Aiden Pearce and Chicago for something that's a little more fun and upbeat.
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Leave the fog of Dunwall behind from the coasts of Karnaca. Join Emily and Corvo on their new quest for revenge.
This year, Infinity Ward takes the series to the stars, but ends up treading familiar ground.
The PlayStation 4 Pro isn't for everybody, but there's a niche of consumer who will absolutely love it.
Console owners will get the most out of this remastered version of Skyrim, though the game's universal appeal can't be denied even five years later.
Nintendo's mini-NES isn't the ultimate 8-bit experience, but it delivers ample quality for a reasonable price.
Logitech has released an entire line of hardware for the non-enthusiast. Does it work?
Dark Souls 3's first major DLC release is shorter than you might expect, but still a strong release.
Square Enix's enigmatic RPG turns out to be as substantial as it is adorable.
The 4X franchise expands outward with a classic core and some new features.