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Twenty-one years ago, towards the last breaths of the Super Nintendo, Natsume rolled into town with a blistery and high-actioned shooting spree known as Wild Guns. A blend of cowboys and steampunk, the tale of Annie and the bounty hunter

Despite the major shit-show known as 2016, video games had many bright spots throughout the year. New IPs, sequels, spin-offs, and even a successful Kickstarter or two have helped the gaming realm shine far brighter than it has in the

WayForward's Shantae has been one of the most under-appreciated heroes in gaming history. From her debut on the Game Boy Color to her critically-acclaimed sequels Risky's Revenge and Shantae & the Pirate's Curse on multiple platforms, the half-genie extraordinaire has

**WARNING: THIS REVIEW MAY CONTAIN SPOILERS** I regret helping Harvey Dent. Yes, he has his share of demons -- and we all know he has the power to be compassionate -- but man, did he stick a knife into Bruce Wayne's

Let me ask you readers something: have you ever walked the streets of your town with either an iPod or Walkman plugged in your ears? If so, has your mind ever built upon imagery that pops up amongst your surroundings

With virtual reality still in its infancy, one can expect much experimentation in regards to the various genres and gameplay models. The folks at nDreams, however, have devised an experience that not only delivers on good gameplay, but also a

Crytek always seems to be among the first to push hardware to its limit with their games. It wouldn't be Crytek without some lush jungles, but for their first foray into PlayStation VR they've filled them with dinosaurs. Tasking you

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