HomeVideo GamesXbox (Page 2)

Would Franz Kafka be a gamer? Although I doubt he’d be the type to jump into Fortnite or Call of Duty, I could easily picture him diving into someone more deeper and puzzle-based. Perhaps this is why I feel he

Last year, Ion Maiden impressed the living crap out of me at PAX East. The retro-styled first-person shooter delivered an attitude and mentality that I hadn’t seen since the late 90s. With its official release date getting closer, 3D Realms

Carnage, honor, and sweet kung fu are always on the menu in a Mortal Kombat game. After nearly 25 years of wowing fighting game enthusiasts and angering parents and politicians alike, the popular franchise never seems to see any sign

Jackbox Games has been putting out some quality party games for some time now. I would eve go as far as to say that they revolutionized the party video game genre with the release of the original Fibbage. After several

The atrocities of World War II are one too many to name, but from within the darkness comes the light of the heroes that rise to the occasion. Teaching such history can be very complicated, especially when conveying the horrors

Many times I have felt the calling of a video game that was itching to be played more. This leads me to ask the question, "Has a game literally ever waited for your return?" There's a very good chance that

Metroidvanias are a dime-a-dozen these days, so it's always refreshing to see someone in the industry add a refreshing twist to the genre. Enter Dirty Beast Games, who presented their debut title Feral Frontier at this year's Boston Festival of

Death can be a funny thing, even if it's one of the most feared things on the planet. So leave it to Zoink! Games, the creators of the under-appreciated Stick It To The Man, to push the envelope of what

Sometimes I want to give the benefit of the doubt when it comes to kart racing, the one kind of gaming I can be a sucker for. With big names like Mario Kart and underdog winners like Jimmie Johnson's Anything

Cooperative games that require a lot of communication seem like they are played best in person. This was the thought issued by the original order-delivering chef game Overcooked. While this certainly makes a lot of sense, it can be deceptively