Two words: Ashtray Maze Remedy Entertainment, the studio behind Max Payne, Alan Wake, and Quantum Break, have created what is possibly one of the most under-advertised titles in recent memory … Continue reading Control – A Dark Horse for Game of the Year
Note to the league, protect your Quarterback or lose them. Your choice.
The competition is about to get fierce.
20 Years is a long time and you aren’t remembered unless you’re a legend. Solid Snake is that and more.
After 10 years away almost nothing has changed.
While there have been memorable Call of Duty campaigns throughout the series, with Modern Warfare and Black Ops being some of the most notable, its safe to say that the … Continue reading Surprising Campaigns – Call of Duty Infinite Warfare
The Year of Nintendo is here and they are relentless.
With the Yakuza series finally receiving the recognition it deserves, it only took 6 games, the franchise can still feel overwhelming to newcomers of the series. The narrative can be … Continue reading Judgment – Law and Order in Kamurocho
Nintendo has another hit on its hands.
The true successor to Castlevania is here.
Mental health, even today, is difficult to discuss openly. It is however, a topic that is often discussed in a number of independent games, which is a welcome change from … Continue reading Sea of Solitude – In Uncharted Waters
Kawhi and Paul George to the Clippers has altered the NBA landscape.
Recently, the EVP of Strategic Growth at EA – Mike Bibley – spoke to gamesindustry.biz regarding EA’s investment in independent title’s and their stance on streaming moving forward. During the … Continue reading EA Has a Public Image Problem, But It’s One of Their Own Doing