Ghost Trick is by far one of Capcom’s most unique and clever games, and it’s now finally widely available after spending nearly a decade and a half as a portable exclusive.
With Layers of Fear, Bloober Team reworks their previous horror releases into a single package that’s worth revisiting and getting spooked over again.
Dave the Diver offers up a delightfully fresh take in a whole bunch of gaming genres that just works.
Wo Long’s first piece of paid downloadable content brings a fantastic new weapon and of course, devious boss fights into an already well above average Souslike adventure.
Check out all the winners from this year’s BIG Awards, hosted by BIG Festival, over in São Paulo, Brazil!
Trails into Reverie marks the end of one of gaming’s longest running, consecutive released series, with Trails of Cold Steel, and a fresh beginning for another if NIS America has anything to say about it.
But does it do enough to turn an otherwise casual player into someone worth taking seriously online?
Atlus’ re-release of the first three games in the series through Etrian Odyssey Origins Collection isn’t the ideal compilation for these classic portable RPGs, but it’s the best one that we’re likely to get.
There’s nothing out there quite like Darkest Dungeon 2, one of the moodiest game experiences you’re ever bound to have.
Following a novel-worthy journey through development hell, it’s a miracle that Dead Island 2 turned out as well as it did.