All good things must eventually come to an end. It’s time to cover the final Ultimate Ninja Storm release, which has entered into its 4th iteration of shinobi battles.
Nitroplus Blasterz: Heroines Infinite Duel arrives on the fighting game scene with another fighter that goes the crossover route with visual novel characters. Here’s our review.
The console port of This War of Mine adds extra weight to your actions with new missions and a young crop of kids to tend to.
Gemini: Heroes Reborn provides a solid dosage of 1st-person adventuring with superhuman powers, but its flaws keep it from being truly great.
Here’s our review for Harmonix’s return to music rhythm gaming, the revival of the cult classic Amplitude.
Kazuma Kiryu and his band of shady characters make a triumphant stand within the tough trials of Yakuza 5.
We’ve blown up tons of stuff and saved a bunch of provinces in Medici. Here’s our final impressions of all that and more for Just Cause 3.
We’re here to give you our final impressions on the newest chapter in Bandai Namco/Artdink’s Sword Art Online series, Lost Song.
How does the Master Chief vs. Spartan Locke battle play out? Well, not like you’d expect, but either way, it’s a fantastic game.
Michael Nabi becomes yarn-like and joins two Yoshi’s on a quest to rescue their friends. Things start to unravel slowly as time goes on.
Michael Nabi joins Jacob Fyre’s gang and learns what it means to be a true assassin. It’s not the French Revolution but it’s a great start.
Michael Nabi makes a slam dunk with NBA 2K16’s incredible graphics, but it misses the mark with its lackluster single-player and monetization structure.
We’ve already given our final thoughts on Rock Band 4. Now we’re here to provide our final impressions on Activision’s Guitar Hero Live.
Athena’s warriors and plenty of other armor adorned fighters gather to do battle in Saint Seiya: Soldiers’ Soul.
Should you return to the big stage of Rock Band with this current-gen return? Find out with our latest game review.