Get ready to shoot and loot with a return to Pandora in Borderlands 2.
Death, War, and everything in between. We take a look at the latest from Vigil Games and THQ – Darksiders II.
Conan’s not the most game savvy guy around and knows nothing about Minecraft, but he does know that the graphics kinda suck.
Conan knows less about video games than your Amish grandfather. Which of course means he’s the perfect candidate to review crap pies like Michael Phelps: Push the Limit.
It’s another thin week, but given that one of the best fighting games in a long ass time is back, and even better, does it matter?
This week’s offerings are serving up pure mindless, self-indulgent destruction, but in two very different forms with superhero revenge and anime babe shoot’em up action.
This week is all about sequels with the return of The Witcher, one of the most difficult motocross games around, and some underworld anime action that’s now Vita friendly.
It may be a light week with only two titles, but they’re certainly worth your attention. After years in development, one of the most anticipated indie games is finally out, and there’s also something available for you 3DS fans out there.
Three games, each very different, but each long sought after see their release and offer up some interesting choices for your new games fix this week.
Fans of both Street Fighter and Tekken were initially hyped about the meeting of the two forces in Street Fighter X Tekken, but sadly Capcom has brought nothing new to the party.
Time to dust off that 3DS for a Nintendo flashback. And if you’ve ever wondered what it would be like to kill that punk Leon S. Kennedy, now’s your chance. Plus, some ninja action to round out this week’s new releases.
It’s a very big week for PS3 owners! Also, a potential candidate for game of the year emerges and Silent Hill brings the creep factor.
It might be a light week, but with the conclusion of a space odyssey and two very different groups of classic fighters going toe-to-toe, it definitely packs a punch.
What Asura’s Wrath lacks in in tight controls, it makes up for with some serious action that’s sure to provide a few solid hours of fun.
We’ve got a fresh crop of new games for you this week. Everything from winter action sports and demon hiring, to a little robot hunting just to keep things interesting.