A bunch of Final Fantasy games are heading to Switch next year, but the best one of all—Final Fantasy VIII—isn’t among them. Square Enix, why?
Take-Two Interactive isn’t happy, but one less harmful, addiction-driving element in NBA 2K’s MyTeam mode is good news for everyone else.
We still don’t know much about Swery’s new game The Missing, but three contextless screenshots scream “lesbian mystery metroidvania” to me.
We’ve got a fresh batch of screenshots for FromSoftware’s upcoming Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice, and Sengoku-era Japan is looking as stunning as ever.
Casey Powell Lacrosse 18 has a lot to offer the hardcore LAX fan, but the way it throws you in the deep end can make it daunting for newcomers to the sport.
I have a lot of doubts about Shadow of the Tomb Raider for a lot of reasons, but the announcement that the brilliant Jill Murray is the game’s lead writer restores at least a little bit of faith.
Naly_D takes to the seas in Rare’s new multiplayer pirate-’em-up, and finds that a lack of variety holds back from the game’s impressive potential.
Between Burnout Paradise Remastered and Onrush, 2018 is shaping up to be a very exciting year for those of us who look for a little less realism in our racing games.
Monster Hunter: World pushes the Monster Hunter series forward more than any game before it, with a more narrative-focused adventure and a beautiful vision of an untamed natural world.