The big PAX East event was in Boston this past weekend and our feet are still reminding us of it.
Quick: name the last game where you played a snake! If you said the really old-school title Snake, you're probably right. (If you said Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain, please see yourself out.) However that is all about to
Collectable card games have been around for many years. That could be said for both tabletop and video game mediums alike. Deckbound Heroes is a new IP from Deckbound studios and they are trying to have their game stand out
Two years ago, I came across a small booth at PAX East that was showcasing a little-known game called Masquerada: Songs and Shadows. At the time it was rough around the edges, but even still I was impressed with its gameplay.
The folks behind the runaway hit Tower of Guns are stepping up their game with their latest bullet-filled fustercluck known as MOTHERGUNSHIP. Strap yourself in, because this PAX East preview is heading into overdrive! The demo at this year's PAX East
If there's one thing I can count on, it's Zoink! Games crafting a title that's both fun and hilarious. They got high marks for Stick it to The Man! and Zombie Vikings, thanks to their comedic storytelling and great gameplay.
Augmented reality and virtual reality are having a baby, and it's a dragon! Well, technically, a lot of dragons. VARdragons is being developed for mobile platforms where you catch, train and battle pet dragons. The interesting factor about this is
Okay, we all know that movie-based video games can usually turn out to be complete garbage. Sometimes we luck out, and we're given a surprisingly great adaptation, as we did with The Godfather, Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World, and the
RPGs can be your typical run-of-the-mill epic adventure. A hero comes to the rescue against a being of pure evil, saves the kingdom, and brings about peace for the rest of his life. But what happens when the main focus
Escape rooms have grown in popularity, especially in the last year or so. Many video games made an effort to emulate these popular real life attractions as well recently to varying degrees of success. Putting a horror spin on the