It’s been such a great year for video games I could make a convincing year-end top-five list featuring only games I came nowhere near finishing. The games I did play in 2011 astounded. This year’s tops five are all worthy of being Game of the Year, but decorum [...]
Twisted Pixel's whimsical Western about an undead cowboy seeking vengeance is a smartly written, creative tour de force for Microsoft's Kinect. But imprecise controls and a story that can be finished in four hours or so might mean some players balk at the $40 price tag.
The past few weeks of this slow summer have been spent playing "Catherine" and "Infamous 2," plus a handful of downloadable games and older releases.
"Magic: The Gathering" and "Shadows of the Damned" dominated my week.
Here’s a look at what’s looking good this weekend, with an emphasis on new releases, sales or games that are otherwise relevant.
Upcoming Kinect horror game "Rise of Nightmares" tasks an American tourist with rescuing his wife and escaping the clutches of a torture-happy scientist.
"Child of Eden's" short play time and "'Duck Hunt'-goes-to-a-rave" aesthetic means the game won't appeal to everyone, but anyone with an Xbox 360 and Kinect owes it to themselves to at least rent the game.
On Monday, Sony named and priced its new handheld gaming device, and publishers showed off about a bazillion games. And E3 hasn't even started yet.
Double Fine Productions' latest Kinect game is a collaboration with Sesame Workshop that aims to teach its core audience of youngsters important life lessons.