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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:

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

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

Gears of War 4 is more Gears of War. If you're looking for a wholly different game, this is not it. But if you're like me and you've been holding out for the next Gears experience, it is here in all of its glory.

I must admit a few things first. I have played only the solo campaign. The game allows for co-op and multiplayer, and I am sure I will eventually get to them, but for now the solo campaign is the only one I have experience with.

Since its inception, Kingston Technology's HyperX brand has become a staple of great headsets for affordable prices. Their CLOUD series, which can range between $90-$150, delivers a level of comfort and mic clarity that is usually saved for the $300

Continuing along its streak as the best episodic adventure game going on now, King's Quest has a stellar addition with Snow Place Like Home which is the fourth episode in the season. After a relatively light third episode, Snow Place

Corruption runs deep in Gotham City. This is a stone cold fact that any fan of Batman knows right off the cuff. Bruce Wayne, however, is probably the one true voice of honesty left in that area. How unfortunate that we

It's been nearly a year since Telltale Games introduced us to Jesse, Petra, and the rest of the Order of the Stone in their take of the Minecraft world. We have seen a great mixture of highs and lows within

Turning any kind of licensed series into a video game always seems like a veritable minefield of expectations from both fans and license holders. Landing that perfect balance isn't impossible, but it's usually the exception and not the rule. Since

Prior to playing Valley, my only exposure to the developer Blue Isle Studios was their take on the Slender Man with Slender: The Arrival. While certain parts of that game were scary, it really did more to fuel my imagination