Don't-Miss Game Stories
We're all for a polished Ratchet & Clank multiplayer experience, but pesky bugs and other issues put a slight damper on this party.
Professor Layton returns in his longest and most intellectually stimulating adventure yet.
A stellar superhero game that raises the bar for its peers, Rocksteady's Arkham City is indeed the game that Gotham City deserves, and a must-own for Bat-fans.
From a trio of kids who save the world from a giant purple tentacle to one of the world's great shoot-em-ups, here are ten games that entertained millions.
NEStalgia answers the question we've all been asking: What if MMORPGs had appeared in 1989?
We review the reboot of the classic fighter jet franchise. Does the new look help it soar, or does it crash and burn?
Frank West's attempt to reclaim his series deserves to be on the franchise record, though it treads a lot of familiar ground.
Excellent production values and talented voice acting just can't help Spider-Man: Edge of Time untangle itself from a convoluted plot, repetitive environments, and a tedious single-player campaign.
The SteelSeries Sensei is a high-quality gaming mouse with lots of tweakable options and some very well-thought-out features, but at $90, it's definitely meant for serious gamers only.
Can a brooding, insane, extraterrestrial god become a true hero? Find out in Cthulhu Saves the World!
Challenging old-school gameplay, crisp graphics, and an unfolding story make CRPG Eschalon: Book Two worth playing.
It's fifteen years old and it requires a DOS emulator to run...but Elder Scrolls, Chapter II: Daggerfall is still engrossing and entertaining.
Old-school graphic style and challenging tactical combat define RPG Knights of the Chalice.
The third installment in Epic's cover-based combat series brings Marcus Fenix's Locust-lynching saga to a satisfying conclusion.