We Happy Few is a new survival open-world RPG through the drug-infused society of Wellington Wells and it's depraved, yet happy, society
This week we dove into the word of spear-throwing, and saber-toothed tiger fighting for our "Far Cry Primal Review". While the game stays true to the franchise, there are a few new components that players will want to tryout.
This week our Star Wars Battlefront review takes center-stage. The epic, multiplayer based shooter is the long awaited installment to the Battlefront series that fans have been waiting so long for now.
The Rise of the Tomb Raider review is now available and fans across the world are joining Lara Croft on her latest adventure. The new installment is only available on Xbox One and Xbox 360 for now but fans won't want to miss the new journey.
This week the Fallout 4 Reviews will be flooding the internet. The blockbuster title from Bethesda released tomorrow and we think everyone will enjoy their trip out of Vault 111.
The Call of Duty Black Ops 3 review is finally ready. After a few weeks of testing and a lot of configuring, the editorial teams have met another COD installment head-on.
This year Nintendo released Super Mario Maker, the perfect celebration to 30 years of Mario. Our Super Mario Maker review came out this week
I’m way more excited for the release of Lego Jurassic World than I should be at my age. For starters, I never really got into the Lego game series.
I have actually been playing pCARS for a few years now on PC since I was an early backer through World of Mass Development. I have had the privilege of playing pCARS starting from when it was basically an alpha,
It has been a long time since I played anything even resembling R-Type, and I eagerly jumped at the chance to review Soldner-X 2: Final Prototype by SideQuest Studios.