Not the first game to focus so literally on the contrast between light and dark, Morkredd isn’t brimming with aesthetic originality, but its puzzles make up for in plentiful amount. It’s the surprisingly deceptive nature of its puzzle-solving — and the many hidden dangers its rendition of darkness brings — where Morkredd‘s best moments are to be found. Puzzles that somewhat rely on a preconceived assumption...
Every mission in the final arc is a statement, demonstrating a mastery of level design and a willingness to subvert expectations laid out five years ago.
In the current trilogy, Hitman 3 would be considered the weaker of the three. The Hitman games have always been entertaining and well crafted, and the third entry is no different. There are grand moments that will leave you enthralled, from the Knives Out-esque murder mystery to skydiving to one of the tallest buildings in Dubai. The environments are also a highlight as they’re not only a visual treat,...
Scott Pilgrim vs The World: The Game – Complete Edition is an enjoyable throwback to beat ’em up games and having access to the game with all the DLC after its several year hiatus is a welcome return. Its short campaign makes it ideal to whittle away a few hours in a single sitting with friends. It’s patterned after retro beat ’em ups and does a good job of recreating an authentic retro experience....
Imaginative, Visceral, and Indecently Impactful
The Power of the Dark Side
The latest entry, Hell's Highway, rejoins 101st Airborne squad leader Matt Baker.
In The Force Unleashed, we finally see Lord Vader in his prime.
LBP Leads the Way to a Bright User-Created Future
Glitches and Frustrations Pile Up to Deflate this Venezuelan Romp
Capturing the evolution of a civilization in a video game is an ambitious undertaking.
This packed-to-the-brim remake of the Dreamcast classic handles many features admirably, from crisp and bright graphics to the presence of just about any toe-tapping Latin-party dance tune you could request.
Single-player is fun, but the game really shines in the two-player co-op mode.
The Red Alert offshoot of Command & Conquer has never taken itself seriously, and this new entry is no exception.
In the first two acts, players are tasked with completing missions for Luke Cage, Black Cat, and in a twist, Kingpin.