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One of the most common pitfalls when games are episodic is stagnation. Sometimes just a new bit of story isn't quite enough to separate it from the other episodes. The Odd Gentlemen have provided an excellent example of how to

I think that Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain might be one of the best games ever made. Hyperbole aside, Kojima has gone out of the franchise with a bang, creating a solid action game with so much replay

Free-to-play is always a dangerous proposition to make, but it can certainly be done the right way. Wizards of the Coast are very protective of Magic: The Gathering, and why shouldn’t they be, it’s one of the most popular games

Sports video games have never been a huge thing for me. I’m just not a big enough fan of the sports themselves to get the context of what I’m playing. Don’t get me wrong, I’ve watched soccer matches and understand

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

For a game collection to be worthy of the title “legacy” you’ll need to stuff it with tons of goodies and behind-the-scenes material that will give players the ultimate experience. Digital Eclipse understands this, as they are teaming up with

Sierra has been one of the biggest forces in adventure games throughout the years. The very first adventure game I can recall playing was King’s Quest V. After some time of relative inactivity, late last year Activision announced that Sierra

Nostalgia can be a powerful ally in making a game. The first game that ever belonged to me specifically was Mega Man 3 for the NES. As such, you can imagine that the series holds a very dear place in

The first Mirror’s Edge has a special place in my heart, as it was the very first PS3 game I purchased. Running around the city as I climbed high buildings and dove narrow drops, it was a first-person experience I

Control the underground, and rid London of the Templar threat. That is the core of Ubisoft’s newest entry in the Assassin’s franchise, Assassin’s Creed Syndicate. Set during the Industrial Revolution, the game follows the story of Jacob Frye – with