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Sierra has been one of the biggest forces in adventure games throughout the years. The very first adventure game I can recall playing was King’s Quest V. After some time of relative inactivity, late last year Activision announced that Sierra

Nostalgia can be a powerful ally in making a game. The first game that ever belonged to me specifically was Mega Man 3 for the NES. As such, you can imagine that the series holds a very dear place in

When the Oculus media event announced that Insomniac Games was making a third-person survival game, I was both excited and confused. While I knew Insomniac had an amazing track record, the thought of a non-first-person game on a virtual reality

A tiny robot is about to embark on an adventure of a lifetime. Nintendo's little buddy Chibi-Robo has done some incredible tasks, but until now it was all in the comfort of his own home. This time around he gets

The first Mirror’s Edge has a special place in my heart, as it was the very first PS3 game I purchased. Running around the city as I climbed high buildings and dove narrow drops, it was a first-person experience I

Yuji Naka has had quite the illustrious career, from bringing to life an iconic character like Sonic the Hedgehog to the gaming spotlight to producing such cult classics as ChuChu Rocket! and Billy Hatcher and the Giant Egg. Now after

For the past few years the Adventure Time games have been throwing nods within their titles to classic RPG adventures and dungeon crawlers. This time around Jake the Dog and Finn the Human take a page out of LucasArts’ book,

If there’s one word the Senran Kagura series knows nothing of, it’s subtle. Filled to the brim with fan-service games, manga, and anime this franchise delivers plenty of eye-popping visuals mixed with some pretty enjoyable gameplay mechanics. This is ever-so

When Until Dawn debuted several years ago at E3, it was billed as a PS-Move controlled horror game set in a snowy cabin. Without many more details, it was hard to get very excited about the game. Since then, it has been moved to the PS4 and the motion controls have been downplayed. This year, I managed to get my hands on the game and as both a horror and Heavy Rain fan, I feel like this game has been tailor made for me to love.


The Onechanbara series has been a guilty pleasure of mine, and while nowhere near perfect I always had a blast slaying zombies while my character was dressed in the least-likely appropriate getups for dealing with the undead. It's why I