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We have reached the halfway point of Minecraft: Story Mode, a Telltale Games series that started off brilliantly, only to have it tarnished with a seemingly-rushed second episode. Now a month later we have been delivered the next chapter in

When playing video games, we are taught that the object of a game is to not win, but to survive. Sure, it's best to have many victories under your best during a run-through, but in the end what matters most

I used to be surprised when Yuji Naka's name wasn't placed in the same ranks of Miyamoto, Kojima, and Igarashi. After all Naka's the same person responsible for the SEGA's platforming glory days, bringing forth such memorable titles as Ghouls

Autobots and Decepticons spent quite a bit of time battling it out on my playroom floor when I was young. They were some of the coolest toys around back then and I still consider The Transformers: The Movie, the animated one not the Michael Bay joint, to be one of my favorite animated films. Thus, when I heard that PlatinumGames, the team behind games like Bayonetta and Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance, were putting together a Transformers game, my interest was piqued in a big way. The end result, Transformers: Devastation, is the Transformers power fantasy my childhood self has been waiting for all this time.


On the surface there doesn't seem to be anything appealing about The Rivers of Alice, which recently got an Extended Version released on the Wii U. In fact I wouldn't blame you if you became disinterested in a game featuring

I stared at my clock after playing "Assembly Required," the latest episode of Minecraft: Story Mode, with only an hour passing by since I began it. "That was it?" I uttered as the end credits rolled on the screen. While

The visual novel genre constantly walks a very fine line of focusing on story and gameplay. Rightly, since the genre is mostly about telling a good story, some of them make that the focus in games like 9 Hours 9

Tales from the Borderlands has been nothing but a solid blast to play through. With barely any faults in its gameplay and storytelling the first four episodes of (hopefully) Season One have shown that Telltale Games can take another game

Let me be completely honest with you readers before we begin: as much as I've tried, I've never really gotten into Minecraft. While I do understand that it's a huge cultural and gaming phenomenon -- with cons, merch, and even

Local multiplayer can be a tricky thing to set up with a group of friends. With things like a lack of controllers and inexperience holding some players back, the fun of playing games with your friends in the room has