With Grand Theft Auto V set to take gamers back to San Andreas, it seems almost obligatory to revisit that place and remember how GTA: San Andreas turned everyone’s expectations for an open-world sandbox game upside-down.
A recent PlayStation 3 compilation of two PS2-era games by Fumito Ueda gives many North American gamers their first shot at playing the previously out-of-print "Ico," a classic from 2001.
Once again, Sony's PlayStation-exclusive baseball game is a polished, no-brainer buy for baseball fans. Its only real weakness is that it takes longer than it needs to to get the hang of the new pitching and hitting controls, thanks to a lack of well-made tutorials and contextual help.
A look back at games that might have cracked my top 10 games of 2010, had I played them more or under different circumstances.
The video game industry just isn't as good as the motion picture or music industries at preserving its classics. Here are a few franchises I'd like to see get the same deluxe reissue treatment that Sony recently gave its "God of War" and "Sly Cooper" games.
The latest installment of 2K's annual pro basketball simulation is a detail-packed, quality-rich tribute to Michael Jordan, the game's greatest and most popular player. Its only major flaw is its failure to teach gamers how to play it.
Both major baseball video game franchises predict a Giants World Series win.
It's officially fall, with "Dead Rising 2," "FIFA Soccer 11," "Wii Party" and a new "Guitar Hero" headlining this week's new releases.
"Madden NFL" reigns largely unchallenged, save for a few add-ons and downloadable games.