Rhythm games are still alive and kicking and, when it comes to Zen Studios’ genre offering for the PlayStation 4, “kicking” is a more accurate description than you might expect.
With Mega Man on hiatus and Mighty No. 9 still a ways off from release, now is the perfect time for another blue-clad hero to come to the rescue for fans in the mood for side-scrolling shooting and platforming action. But can the 3DS’ Azure Striker: Gunvolt answer the call?
The Warriors Orochi series has always been about three things: Storming the field of battle, slicing and dicing your way through literally thousands of enemies and earning a victory by besting one general after another in over-the-top combat. So, can Warriors Orochi 3 Ultimate add enough new ingredients to that recipe to make arguably the best game in the series even better?
Put succinctly, Sword Art Online had the potential to be an amazing game. As it is, however, what we are left with is a very competent hack-and-slash RPG adventure with a few shining moments paired with a few poor design and localization hiccups that tarnish the fun.
Shooting zombies in the head, scrounging for supplies, trying to enjoy calm moments with your loved ones and making snap decisions that will affect the flow of the game are the types of things you would expect out of one of Telltale Games’ chapters of The Walking Dead.
Akiba’s Trip: Undead & Undressed is a game that certainly lives up to its title, and it’s available now for the PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita.
If I fall in battle, at least I know that my children, my children’s children, and my children’s children’s children will carry on my work. Such is the life of an adventurer in Rogue Legacy, launching this week for the PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita.
Originally released on the PC in 2013, Facepalm Games’ The Swapper is set to make its debut on all three PlayStation platforms on Aug. 5. But does this clone of the original game live up to the high praise the unique puzzler received when it originally launched last year?
There’s a warlock sleeping at the bottom of a terrifying chasm and the creatures of his dreams are spilling out into the world, slaying everyone who stands in their path. Your job is to venture into those depths, destroy the nightmare creatures and wake the warlock from his slumber. Welcome to Abyss Odyssey.
The never-ending struggle between the Autobots and the Decepticons rages on in Transformers: Rise of the Dark Spark, a new offering that bridges the worlds of the recent video games from High Moon Studios and the Michael Bay films. The result: A game that is exactly what meets the eye. Nothing more, nothing less.
Grid Autosport is all about the racing. No longer relying on a barely there story to pull the player through the game or an “in your face” presentation to try and get the adrenaline pumping, Autosport lets the cars and the tracks do all of the heavy lifting, going out of its way to get the player into the driver’s seat quickly and, more importantly, show them a good time.
After years of being a cop, I learned how to spot trouble from miles away. Case in point, Murdered: Soul Suspect. As soon as that lady walked into my office, I knew I was in deep trouble.
Early in Watch Dogs' campaign, a character comes close to summing up the game in nine words. "You're always so grim," he tells hero Aiden Pearce. "Don't you ever loosen up?"
In a black and white world where the sun seldom shines, the streets are all but abandoned and a mega-corporation controls all, you must shoulder the burden of an injured brother in order to carry him to safety.
In Moon Chronicles, players take on the role of Major Kane, a soldier tasked with exploring a mystery ripped from the pages of Lost and Alien and forged in the fires of classic shooters like Doom and Wolfenstein.