Can an April Fool’s joke go way too far? In life, perhaps. But within the realm of video games, the goofiest of concepts can lead to a good time. Such is the case with WayForward’s Cat Girl Without Salad, which

I often don’t take pleasure in having to place a heavily flawed video games in the spotlight, especially ones with a lot of potential. It’s been years since the Disaster Report franchise graced us with its presence, with it being

I enjoy a good romantic comedy here and there, whether it stars Tom Hanks, Hugh Grant, or even some up-and-coming no-named actor. There’s a genuine sweetness that can be found in movies like Love Actually, Sleepless in Seattle, and When

Fun is the thing we need most in this world. As we find ourselves cooped up in our homes while practicing social distancing, the necessity of enjoying one’s times is the sole thing keeping everyone from going stir crazy. Video

Every fallen hero deserves a chance to finish their goals. Whether it’s a death that resulted in victory or defeat, the bravest of warriors always should be given the opportunity to arrange their final wishes and tasks. Game designer Shoji

Granblue Fantasy may not have as vast of a universe as another certain franchise with “fantasy” in its title, but it does deliver a lot of great characters, stories, and exciting fights. So when it came time for Cygames to

Harmonix are the kings of rhythm video games. From Guitar Hero and Rock Band to Amplitude and Dance Central, the Boston-based game developers are known for bringing the right kind of groove to the digital world. Now, after taking a

Rock ‘n’ roll is a powerful tool. It can create & destroy worlds, reveal hidden identities & mask new personas, and become the soundtracks of our lives. Annapurna Interactive knows the power of music in general, after last year’s fantastic

It’s been nearly a decade since Snoopy Flying Ace came out, the last great dogfighting game I went hands-on with. All In Games must’ve noticed this lack of classic planes battling to the death within the digital realm. Thankfully, they

Sometimes rock and EDM can see eye-to-eye, but in rare cases they fight to the musical death to see who reigns supreme. Malaysian developer Metronomik appears to be on the Team Rock side of things, as evident by its upcoming