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Edged out pretty narrowly by The Legend of Zelda, Resident Evil is one of my favorite video games series. I could talk to you for quite a while about how amazing most of the games in this series are, but

When it was introduced back in 2012, The Walking Dead Telltale series ushered in a new era of series from the adventure game developer. Containing some of the most genuinely emotional moments in gaming that year, it set a very

Virtual reality always manages to ramp up immersion in any game that harnesses its power. The first time I checked out the demo for Resident Evil 7, I felt pretty brave upon completion. There were a few jump scares, but

**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

Killing Floor 2 is a labor of love from the development team at Tripwire interactive. The game boasts a solid co-op dynamic, grotesque enemies that will give you a run for your money, a heavy metal soundtrack that will sound fantastic on even the most basic of headphones and plenty of blood and gore.

The arcade scene is different nowadays. When you walk into a new school arcade, you’re looking at multiple whoop-it-up machines: Mario Kart and the occasional over-the-top shooter. Every once in a while, you’ll see one of those Big Buck Hunter Arcade machines.

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

With more than 200 songs and more hair choices, you can now play the arcade version of Hatsune Miku rhythm game at home with Project DIVA Future Tone, coming out for the PS4 on Jan. 10.

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