Online retail giant Amazon announced yesterday that they will be offering a hefty discount on new video games for members of their Amazon Prime service. Slicing 20% off the top of any preorder or game that has seen a release
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
Combining the style of platformer gaming with the brain power of a puzzler can be tricky, as one side of the coin may overweigh the other in a way that ruins the gameplay. How fortunate that someone out there was
It's been a long harrowing journey for Devil's Third, the first game from Valhalla Games Studio. Founded by Tomonobu Itagaki (creator of Ninja Gaiden and Dead or Alive) and Satoshi Kanematsu (Monster Rancher), the game was first planned to be
One of the most commonly enjoyed activities in video games might be surprising. Funnily enough, in stark contrast to reality, people just love doing chores in video games. Enter one of the most popular of these games in the history:
True to the hyperactive nature of the the show itself, every time a new Adventure Time game arises, it’s completely different from the last. From launching Finn through to air to paying homage to The Legend of Zelda: A Link
Ask anyone over in Japan what the hottest thing is right now, and you will get a unanimous answer of Yo-Kai Watch. Level-5′s franchise has brought forth massively popular video games, a hit anime series, and even films that have
Since E3 last year Splatoon has been on my mind almost every day. Playing it at various conventions and trying out the Global Testfire demo, Nintendo's hat-toss into the third-person shooter ring felt right at around every corner. Now that the game is finally out, is the hype for Splatoon justified? Oh, is it ever!
The Wii U was made for real-time strategy games, but for the most part the genre hasn't seen much life on the console. Fortunately that all starts to change, thanks to Ronimo Games' Swords and Soldiers II, the sequel to their well-received 2009 title. Does it tear through the genre like a drunken warrior at Oktoberfest, or is it more of a sheepish affair?