A new game for the Nintendo Wii features San Francisco 49ers Hall of Famer Jerry Rice playing quarterback for a team full of canines. Here's a look at the game as well as other unexpected or dubious endorsements by professional athletes.
Atlus' unusual "Catherine" tasks players with solving difficult puzzles while navigating a love triangle that's straight out of a soap opera, if the soap opera were directed by David Lynch and influenced by "Nightmare on Elm Street."
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.
Nexon's free-to-play MMO is in open beta and set to launch in a few days. Also worth a look from recent weeks, "Catherine," "Bastion" and "Insanely Twisted Shadow Planet," among others.
The latest first-person shooter from the studio behind classics such as "Doom" and "Quake" features the expected well-tuned gunplay but also some surprisingly fun vehicle segments and the voice work of John Goodman.
Though it features plenty of stumbles along the way, "Infamous 2's" ending is just as explosively amazing as the first game's beginning.
Microsoft's Summer of Arcade promotion is all well and good, but here's a look at a few great downloadable games that can hold their own against the format's very best.
The first Summer of Arcade release is a jaw-droppingly gorgeous, hand-painted adventure whose narrator helps it play like a living storybook.