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 [...]
There aren't many four-player, online-enabled platform-jumping games, so that alone makes "Ratchet & Clank: All 4 One" worth a look. It's a fun little diversion, but it's hampered by a dated online architecture and occasionally frustrating controls.
A more intimate, personal campaign and a slew of ridiculously robust multiplayer modes make "Gears of War 3" the franchise's strongest entry to date and one of this console generation's signature titles.
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.
I've been playing a lot of "Brink" in the run-up to Tuesday's release. I also managed to sneak in some "Bulletstorm" and "Divinity II," among other things.
Over the past two weeks, I've mostly been playing games I reviewed or intended to review, but I managed to sneak in some "Gears of War 3" beta and start "Divinity II: The Dragon Knight Saga," a role-playing game that more folks should be talking about.
I spent a good five-plus hours Thursday at Microsoft's showcase of upcoming games for the Xbox 360, Kinect, PC and Windows 7 phones. Here's a quick recap of the news from the event, along with some quick reactions to what I saw and played.
I'll be spending the day hearing and playing some of the games Microsoft has planned for the Xbox 360, Games for Windows and Windows 7 smart phones. Keep an eye on my Twitter feed for news and impressions throughout the afternoon, and don't hesitate to ask questions.