Peanuts makes another appearance in Pinball FX with Charlie Brown Christmas, and it’s jolly good!
Review: For as amazing as it can be at times, Warhammer 40,000: Rogue Trader is a tough nut to crack
Owlcat Games’ Warhammer 40,000: Rogue Trader takes quite a while to get into, but it provides a worthwhile prize to those who stick with it.
Derivative as it may be, Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora is a visual spectacle that’s a whole lot of fun to play, and makes terrific use of the source material.
9 Years of Shadows manages to stick out among its brethren thanks to some creative solutions to combat and a gorgeous world to bring back color to.
Ashborne Games’ Last Train Home is one of the most unique and captivating RTS and management experiences you are bound to have.
We take a look at Zen Studios’ Pinball M, a separate, mature-rated pinball platform and its launch run of tables based on popular properties such as The Thing and Child’s Play.
Jagged Alliance 3 still feels like a PC game on console, but works admirably under its strict control limitations.
The Pale Reach offers a new icy biome, extra fish species to catch and a handful of quests to Dredge.
Don’t let its title fool you: quirky Powerwash Simulator took the gaming world by storm last year for a good reason.