It’s weird to love a $300 video game. But that’s the funny thing about nostalgia.
While the PS4 remains our overall preferred choice in the game console race, the Xbox One's significant course corrections and solid exclusives make it a compelling alternative.
Nevermind is a unique horror experience that steps outside the normal jump-scares to deliver something tense and personal. Although it's short, it's intense, especially if you make use of the biofeedback.
Real toy spaceships come to life in a video game -- complete with swappable parts and weaponry.
Sparc is a two-player game for the PlayStation VR which lets users hurl glowing balls in what the developers hope will become an official esport.
Magic Duels' tutorial mode is among the best ways to learn to play Magic, but interface problems and poor cross-device support mean the average player should look elsewhere for their fix.
Due out this fall, the next installment in the popular Skylanders franchise will feature characters that have swappable tops and bottoms.
Axiom Verge is an indie game that mixes equal parts Metroid and Castlevania to make for a fantastic throwback adventure.
The Frozen Wilds is a must-own expansion for Horizon Zero Dawn fans, with a solid new story full of intrigue and emotion.
Available on the Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4 and PC, it's the game fans of the genre have been missing for ages.
The Witness is a game that you'd never expect. Here's why it's the perfect experience for nearly everyone.
Picturesque and mysterious, Firewatch brings a fantastic narrative that's a pleasure to experience.
The game is one of the most ambitious titles to ever come out of the growing Singapore game development scene.
A nearly infinite universe, ready to be explored: Here's what it's like to finally play No Man's Sky for the first time.
PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds has arrived on phones. Here's how to keep up with the PC and Xbox crowd.
There's some brilliance in Nintendo's oddball compilation of party games for the Nintendo Switch, but it should've been a freebie pack-in with the console.
It's not the meatiest offering that Nintendo games usually offer, but Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker is totally accessible and undeniably fun to play. The games ends a little sooner than we expected and a few control scheme decisions have us wishing for more customization.
How does one of the PS3's staple franchises fare on the most powerful portable around?