Sony’s dimension traveling dynamic duo arrives on Steam with a huge bang with Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart, one of the best optimized console-to-PC conversions we’ve ever seen.
Miles Morales is another fantastic PC version of a previous PlayStation exclusive.
Silver Lining closes things off on the same note as the entirety of this DLC, not explosively exciting, but not terribly either.
There’s a value for nostalgia, and if you have lacked the belief that it’s a motivating factor for selling products in this day and age, you needn’t look further than this collection in order to prove that.
Spider-Man is in deep waters as he gets into Turf Wars, the second part of ‘The City That Never Sleeps’
Turf Wars sets some potentially cool hooks up for the final chapter in this three-part set of DLCs.
The Heist is decently paced and provides a decent reason to jump back to the game if you’ve dropped it since completing the main story.
Comic book fans have had to suffer through abysmal videogame portrayals of their favorite characters for years before some of the best titles like Batman: Arkham Asylum and now Marvel’s Spider-Man came along. It’s certainly a great time to be a fan of superheroes, and as the latest Spider-Man game proves, even people who aren’t…
The past couple years of Ratchet & Clank games have seen an admirable, but ultimately failed shot at experimentation. All 4 One saw the series become a cooperative-based experience, while last year’s Full Frontal Assault turned it into a tower-defense game. Neither managed to capture the magic of earlier Ratchet & Clank adventures, in part…