I subsequently realized that these were really bad reasons to not get involved, resulting from my own rape-culture-induced symptoms. As much as anyone, I suffer from gamer rape flu. I often don't see how horrific gamer trash talk is, because I'm contextualizing it as “gamers will be gamey”. I need to be more aware of that. That starts now. Read More.
Two hardware developers and two of the industry's largest publishers come out to show us their offerings - and there's a lot to be excited about. Read More.
Nintendo perhaps saved their most anticipated game for last during their Nintendo Direct E3 Broadcast. Read More.
Donkey Kong will be returning for an adventure on the Wii U. Read More.
Software will be made available this summer for Miiverse artist. Read More.
Mario and company are returning once again to the race track. Read More.
Mario will don a Cat Suit as well as four player multiplayer in this new title. Read More.
Dragons are no longer safe bets now that Fary-Type Pokemon are around. Read More.
Besides being my new favorite 3DS game, Donkey Kong Country Returns is a simply a great gaming experience, made better by its portability and lack of motion controls. Look no further than this exemplary port of a fantastic game if you've had an old-school platforming itch that's needed scratching. Read More.
Resident Evil: Revelations returns, this time to home consoles and the PC, letting those without a 3DS experience excellent survival horror gameplay - and if the single-player story doesn't catch your fancy, there's a good chance the multiplayer (or solo, if that's your thing) Raid Mode might. Read More.
If you're not completely sick of zombies, The Last of Us is a no-brainer purchase. If you are sick of zombies, there's still a whole lot to like here. There's also the consideration of the sheer technical achievements PS3 fans have come to love which will make this game a must-see for video game aficionados. Read More.
The name of this game should be Dead Island: Big Disappointment. It failed to deliver anything significantly new or exciting. The new elements that were introduced were lacking and the game itself felt like a complete rehash of the old, even down to the environments and layouts of some of the interiors. Read More.
Strike Suit Infinity is fun, it's explosive, it's pretty to look at, but in the end it's simply a score-attack game that wears out its welcome as a result. Read More.
The Saints Row story has been a certainly unconventional one, and at E3 I got the chance to see how the fourth game in the series is going to pan out, now with superpowers and invading aliens. Read More.
If you were worried that Rocksteady was not returning to develop the next installment in the Batman: Arkham series, you can put those fears to rest right now. Batman: Arkham Origins is shaping up to be just as good as its predecessors. Read More.
The Witcher 3 is promising to raise the bar even further in numerous areas - an improved combat system, larger world, and deeper quests look to make this one possibly of the best role-playing games of 2014. Read More.
Dark promises to bring a good mix of stealth and action to the Xbox 360 and PC this summer, with vampire powers and a cel-shaded style pulled straight from a comic book. Read More.
When playing Ryse, you get the sense of things that the squad is just as important as you are. Read More.