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Who would've thunk that a small RPG Maker game from twenty years ago would have such a massive following? Corpse Party has amassed many remakes, sequels, spin-offs, manga, anime, & film adaptations, and even amusement park attractions. While its remake

After the events of "Children of Arkham," BATMAN - The Telltale Series was keen on making its players choose between two difficult paths. In one instance I could've saved Catwoman while Harvey transformed into the iconic Two-Face, but in another Harvey

Cooking games that require multitasking are amongst the most addictive out there. Often including keeping a million things in your brain at once, it's easy to wish you had someone there to help out. This is the exact experience Overcooked:

Let's get something out of the way first: Oasis Games and TianShe Media's Weeping Doll isn't the scariest virtual reality experience out there. In fact, I can honestly say there are more frights in the recently-released "Kitchen" demo of Resident

Revolutionizing local multiplayer by allowing smartphones to be used as controllers, The Jackbox Party Pack has been a staple for nearly every party I've thrown since it came out. None of the collections had been perfect yet though, as there

According to every religious scripture out there, monkeys should always be considered entertaining. Whether it's watching a classic film like Every Which Way But Loose or playing a game series in the vein of Ape Escape, our hairy cousins in

Wrapping up an episodic narrative game game be tricky, as we have seen from many Telltale seasons. King's Quest has been both a triumphant tribute to the series of the past and an incredible story in its own right. Successfully

Virtual reality is still a brand new addition to my home and thus nearly anything feels pretty novel. Barreling down the lanes of Thumper and riding the terror rollercoaster of Until Dawn: Rush of Blood are things that just can't

Thankfully, I've never taken drugs or had any kind of psychedelic trip that's gone terribly wrong. From how it has been depicted in movies, I can't imagine you could get much closer than, what is probably my favorite PSVR launch

With the launch of the PlayStation VR, Beijing's Oasis Games has already run out the gate with not one, but two launch titles for Sony's newest (and finest) accessory. The first I had a chance to sit down/stand up to