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.
Headphones on headphones on headphones with zippers shaped like headphones.
Shinji Mikami knows a thing or two about survival horror. Is "how to make a survival horror game in 2014" one of those things that he knows?
Minority wants you to feel. They want that, and badly.
Featured in this Nintendo Direct are things like Pikmin, Majora's Mask remakes, and cat version of popular Nintendo characters. The latter is the best part. It really is.
Matt's been waiting a long time for this. And, thanks to server issues, he had to wait longer. Results?
We interrupt your regularly scheduled programming to bring you an urgent message from A Game That Looks Super Rad.
Can a game that makes you feel guilty still be valuable? Hm.
A combination of Halloween and Thanksgiving themes, wrapped up in a terrible bundle.
There are basically two audiences for this movie. Are you one of them?
Sneak away from terrible things. Hide in lockers. This game must be the sequel to David's High School Experience Simulator 2005.
Almost Human's square-based follow-up is neat and scary and expansive and oh just read about it, you.
Do you like Super Smash Bros.? Do you like hype? Joe doesn't care, because he loves both.
A functional system without a heart. I've been called worse, I guess.