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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

According to every religious scripture out there, monkeys should always be considered entertaining. Whether it's watching a classic film like Every Which Way But Loose or playing a game series in the vein of Ape Escape, our hairy cousins in

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

Inspired by the animation of Don Bluth and Hayao Miyazaki, the enchanting, handcrafted point and click adventure The Little Acre is set to be released Nov. 22 for Windows PC, Xbox One and PS4.

Fans of the Yakuza series are very familiar with the unhinged Goro Majima, but Yakuza 0 shows a glimpse of his life before he was known as the "Mad Dog" of the Shimano Family. A piece of that can be seen in a newly released trailer for Yakuza 0.

Virtual reality is still a brand new addition to my home and thus nearly anything feels pretty novel. Barreling down the lanes of Thumper and riding the terror rollercoaster of Until Dawn: Rush of Blood are things that just can't

Duke Nukem has been one of the most polarizing figures in the history of video games. In the early 90s, his raunchy adventures through space and strip clubs alike were super fun to sneak when your parents weren't paying attention (sorry Mom…), but since then, Duke really hasn't been the same. After one of the longest development cycles in the history of gaming, Duke Nukem Forever released in 2011.

Thankfully, I've never taken drugs or had any kind of psychedelic trip that's gone terribly wrong. From how it has been depicted in movies, I can't imagine you could get much closer than, what is probably my favorite PSVR launch

With the launch of the PlayStation VR, Beijing's Oasis Games has already run out the gate with not one, but two launch titles for Sony's newest (and finest) accessory. The first I had a chance to sit down/stand up to

Local multiplayer is not something I would have thought to be talking about in relation to VR. When the primary player is strapping a headset onto themselves and diving into a virtual world, it's difficult to imagine others being able