Before rising into the beatific clouds and getting lost in the wonder and tragedy that is Columbia, let me state clearly: There is not a serious gamer alive today who shouldn’t drop everything and play “Bioshock Infinite.”
“God of War: Ascension” arrived mid-March for PlayStation 3, and while the single-player portion has been reviewed, there’s a new area that’s being explored in the series for the first time.
It’s been a while since we’ve heard from Lara Croft, one of this generation’s most recognizable icons.
While a sniper may look at his target in this way, City Interactive wants to make sure that in “Sniper: Ghost Warrior 2” players are able to get to know the man behind the sight.
In late January, Naughty Dog and Sony invited press to preview one of their newest titles for 2013.
When Crytek introduced the first “Crysis” years ago for PC (before eventually moving to consoles, which the developer stated it was “too powerful” for so long ago), it stood out more as a technical showpiece than a deep, involving shooter, though the powerhouse abilities that you were introduced to did make it more fun to play than expected.
Few tragedies can spark an emotional response like a child seeing his mother die, and yet that dark moment allows for the celebration of life that follows in “Ni no Kuni.”
Developer Double Fine Productions returns in spectacular fashion with their newest platform-adventure game “The Cave” capturing the very essence of the style that has made its previous games successful: stylish visuals, intriguing story and hilariously dark humor.
“Fire Emblem” is a long-running, respected member of the strategy genre, with plenty for players to love.
The dreams of becoming a Shogun Warrior were shared by many men on the battlefields of Japan.