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Since 2007 Codemasters' Dirt has showcased some of the most fun and realistic vehicles in any third-party series. What makes these games so enticing is how it makes you feel like you're part of the action, even if you don't

Developing one of the best launch titles for the PS4, Housemarque is back with its latest shooter. Nex Machina is a fast-paced shooter that tasks the player with both saving all the humans and blowing up tons of bad guys.

If last year's DOOM reboot taught us anything, it's that sometimes games just need one simple thing: wanton violence. It's a necessity that should be on the top of the list of every developer wanting to make a good first-person

Starting up the final episode of season 3 for The Walking Dead, I had a hard time imagining the endgame Telltale had in mind. The main antagonist of the season had already been dealt with and the fate of Richmond

Fans of the original Akiba's Trip may do a double-take when they first boot up Akiba's Beat, the latest chapter in the cult-hit series. Gone are the plethora of zombified-like patrons and the naughty means of snapping them out of

When you ride with Peter Quill and the rest of the Guardians of the Galaxy, you're bound to hit a few speed bumps. One of those rough patches can be an impromptu visit from the Grim Reaper, a situation Quill

When it comes to the most funniest and vulgar displays of discontent, no one does it better than the folks of jolly ole England. Sure they seem like a lovely bunch, what with their fancy teas and Frank Turner records.

It seems like almost every day when some hack-jobbed journalist wants to blame the current generation for the world's problems. They claim we're lazy, unmotivated, and lack the means of escaping from the basements of our offspring. It's our fault

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