One of the best sports franchises around gets a big overhaul - but are these the changes gamers want?
Third times a charm....assuming charm means un-scary.
The Ninja Gaiden name means something...Ninja Gaiden 3 aims to change that.
The fighting series that earned its name through blood and guts is back and crazier than ever. But what's actually impressive is that it's no longer the bastard stepchild of fighting games.
Put a hit out on someone, export cigars, drill for oil, lie during an election, and arrest your political rival. All in a day's work for El Presidente!
The more things change...the more they stay painfully the same.
It's the Inquisition - grab your best Templar suit...or whatever is clean.
Splash Damage pulls the pin on Brink - and, appropriately, there's a wide area of pain coming with it.
Nazis, Dinosaurs and Allies - Oh My!
The sequel to the prettiest game in the last 10 years looks to add a bit more substance to the equation. Because it's what's on the inside the matters, right?
A high contrast art-style an 3D anywhere gimmick frame this destruction derby style racing game. It doesn't help.
What do you get when you take group of Swedish university students, the Unreal Engine, a successful game mod, giant cups of coffee, monsters, towers, turrets and guns?
I don't know, but while you figure it out I'll be playing Sanctum!