Matt goes real, real fast.
If your'e the sort of person that enjoys conflict in your games, you absolutely have to rub your eyes on this one.
Blake's got an idea.
Telltale's got two new series now. Yeesh. Are they going to be able to keep all this up? Either way, they're doing Game of Thrones. Here's hoping.
If Joshua writes the words "the first fifty hours," you know you're in for some sort of a treat.
Telltale just keeps adopting franchises. How's this more popular — and more humorous — one?
A game that causes an interest in something real, something tangible, something outside of itself.
Jamison pulls no Ubisoft-related punches in this examination of the follies of soulless iteration.
It's short, yeah. It's wordless, yeah. But A Bird Story is powerful.
Dragon Age has certainly been a tumultuous, oftentimes divisive series. How's the third installment?
If you like Super Smash Bros., you'll like this game. If you don't? That makes things more interesting.
If you haven't yet thought calmly and deeply about #GamerGate, now's the time.
Apparently, adherence to source material is a bigger deal than we thought.
Do you have an Xbox One? Well, we've got some good news.
Pinball. In a fantasy setting. With RPG elements? Sure, let's give it a shot. What's the worst that could happen?
It just feels so right.
Wait. Wait. You mean video games aren't like methamphetamine?
The Sun and Moon, Daniel Linssen's latest offering, is tastefully simple. And it might have a snake. I'm not sure yet.
I know what you wanted to do today. You wanted to play a pop-up book. Was I right? I was right.
Arguments are being made. Lines are being drawn. SEGA is being mocked. Get in on it.