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You find yourself regaining consciousness in a dark and dirty basement. All facts on your life -- including your name -- are wiped from your memory. All you have to go by is a word that's been written on your

Every time I play a Yakuza game, my heart aches. It's been nearly nine years since I've been to Japan, and yet that single week spent in the Land of the Rising Sun still leaves me yearning to return. Whenever

Trucking simulators have never really appealed to me. The concept of taking goods from one place to another in a video game doesn't exactly scream excitement and sounds more like work than play. Little did I know, all that was

I've said it once, and I'll say it again: the more obscure the characters, the better the fighting game. Sure, we've come to expect nothing but greatness from the likes of Street Fighter and Mortal Kombat, not to mention the

As a kid I loved watching Mystery Science Theater 3000, and being a lifelong MSTie I recently donated to its Kickstarter revival. As Tom Servo, Crow, and Gypsy are currently in the midst of a tuneup there's no telling when

It goes without saying that Minecraft: Story Mode has been the weakest series Telltale Games has delivered. We can't expect everything a developer churns out to be golden; hell, even Nintendo has had a stinker here and there. Nevertheless it

One of the most common pitfalls when games are episodic is stagnation. Sometimes just a new bit of story isn't quite enough to separate it from the other episodes. The Odd Gentlemen have provided an excellent example of how to

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

The Talos Principle It says a lot about The Talos Principle when the puzzles are less mind-blowing than the narrative peppered throughout the game. This is not to discount the complexity of the varied puzzles, there are many that tested my

It seems as though no genre of game is too sacred for the investigation team of Persona 4 to break into. As the series has become more popular, they’ve broken out of the RPG mold to include a couple fighting