From the creators of Bastion and Transistor comes a... visual novel RPG?
Join us as we review every Super NES Classic game. Today: Let's attack aggressively.
Join us as we review every Super NES Classic game. Next up: Hope you're open-minded about pain.
Splatoon 2 is peak Splatoon.
Jesse's adventures open up the Minecraft world to something older than a Witherstorm.
Join us as we review every Super NES Classic game. Next up: Simon Belmont's excellent adventure.
Join us as we review every Super NES Classic game. Second in the queue: The game that taught Captain Falcon to fly.
The 2DS hardware refresh sacrifices 3D for a much more attractive design.
It really whips the vampire's ass.
Time to give Final Fantasy XII some of the love it deserves.
NCSoft enters the MOBA fray with a game that has a bit of something for everyone.
Join us as we review every Super NES Classic game. First up: Possibly the greatest Mario of them all.
Are you a bad enough dude to save the Princess?
The unique way Final Fantasy XIV forces players to play leads to interesting pay-offs with every expansion.
And it fixes Final Fantasy XV's Scrappy in the process.
Sega's Valkyria Chronicles revival is a disappointment.
Town-building and dungeon crawling exist in harmony in this charming action RPG by the director of Secret of Mana.
Nintendo's new fighting game is charming, but a little too sparse.
Did you know that the survivors are the true Walking Dead?
Welcome to the cyberpoppunk world of Tokyo 42, where death is an outdated concept. UPDATE: Now, with multiplayer thoughts!
Return to the shores of Seyda Neen and the political games of the Dark Elves.
A superb, deep 3D fighter with a disappointing casual component.
Feed the 4X beast with the next evolution in GalCiv 3.
No one ever says, "I need more dust." ...Unless they're playing Endless Space 2.
Tequila Works' third-person adventure game may be pretty, but its emotional core falls flat.
Gunning around at the speed of sound.
It's the 30th anniversary of Street Fighter and this is your present.
NetherRealm tackles its darker version of the DC Universe again, with interesting results.
Disgaea 5 Complete is a faithful return to the PlayStation 4 original, letting you play Disgaea 5 on the go.
A refreshingly inventive take on Fire Emblem is partly undone by poorly-balanced difficulty.