Profoundly spooky locations and dark foreboding design are often the landmark for an effective horror game. What could be more terrifying than running for your life in a dark forest or an abandoned insane asylum? Bendy and the Ink Machine
Rubbing your stomach and patting your head has always been one of the greatest exercises in multitasking. Getting your brain to process two separate tasks simultaneously is surprisingly difficult.
Tetris was the very first game I ever owned. (After all, it came packed in with every Game Boy back in the day.) I'd spend weeks playing the living crap outta the levels and challenges, with my family getting into
Pressure can mean a few different things; It's either force physically being exerted upon an object or a situation imparting emotional force to a person. Honor Code has expertly combined these two definitions into one game in Narcosis, a new
You would be forgiven if you looked at Rain World and expected a cutesy adventure starring a wide-eyed fuzzy creature. After all it appears that's what Videocult and [adult swim games] wants you to believe before you dive in. As
One of the best things about Telltale's take on The Walking Dead has always been making difficult decisions. I'll often find myself struggling with deciding what might be the best choice in these games, even with this third season. Episode
It's far past due for Star-Lord and the gang to get their own video game. For the past few years Telltale Games has shown they can adapt comics of many ranges for the gaming realm, be it The Walking Dead,
Have you ever wanted to be in an episode of the [adult swim] hit Rick and Morty? With the power of virtual reality and the aid of Owlchemy Labs, that opportunity has come to fruition. But is such an experience
Very rarely does a video game have me at a loss for words. Sure I've played countless masterpieces and the like on various consoles and PCs, with each of them deserving of a special spot in my hall of fame.
First appearing as a couple arcade titles in the 80s, Wonder Boy would finally get a home console release on SEGA's Master System via 1989's Wonder Boy III: The Dragon's Trap. While it got some critical praise, the game would