Nearly a decade ago, Shinji Mikami and Capcom unleashed “Resident Evil 4.” The game not only revamped the series, it set a new standard for viscerally satisfying third-person gunplay.
By Matt Bertz | Game Informer Magazine
Platform: PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, PC
Style: 1 to 4-Player Sports (10-Player Online)
Publisher: 2K Sports
Developer: Visual Concepts
ESRB: E, for Everyone
Building a championship team is one of the most befuddling jobs in professional sports. You can get everything aligned — a [...]
Nintendo’s decision to put “Smash Bros.” on the 3DS struck me as an exceptionally weird move, even for a company that pressed its beloved characters into mortal combat in the first place.
“Shadow of Mordor” explores a unique solution to the dilemma, offering an unfolding story that reacts to the player’s choices.
As the latest brainchild from the Halo creators at Bungie, the game has garnered a level of anticipation only exceeded by the massive hype machine that declares its not-to-be-missed potential
By Matt Bertz | Game Informer Magazine, (MCT)
Platform: PlayStation 4, Xbox One
Style: 1-or 2-Player Sports (2-Player Online)
Publisher: EA Sports
Developer: EA Canada
During the transition to the PS3/360 from the prior generation, EA Sports made a gross miscalculation in stripping many long-established modes from the new versions of its games. [...]
Devoted fans of “The Sims” spend years playing each entry, continually expanding their sims’ lives. Some have family lineages that span generations, and others hone their building skills to create iconic landmarks.
“Madden” has hit the ground running with this console generation and is in a better position to push forward than it has been in a while.
Two years is a long time in video games, and it’s rare that a release so far out from its original incarnation can generate excitement.
The last console generation was a tremendous success for Naughty Dog. The gorgeous visuals and natural dialogue of the “Uncharted” series proved the team was capable of much more than cartoonish character platformers.