This Dead Island trip feels very familiar, probably even too familiar.
Lara Croft gets a gritty makeover in the surprisingly fantastic reboot of Tomb Raider.
As a side story to the Lords of Shadow series, Mirror of Fate does not bring much to the table.
Croixleur is a fun hack-and-slash game that, unfortunately, loses its sharpness too quickly.
One Piece: Pirate Warriors delivers a solid experience of action and powerful storytelling, making this Dynasty Warriors makeover an enjoyable one.
Fist of the North Star games have always been on the bad side. Ken’s Rage 2 is no different.
While lacking in story development and staying away from anything resembling Metal Gear, PlatinumGames brings solid combat to Metal Gear despite the flaws.
Imperfect frame rates can be a turn off, but at least one game in this collection is worth checking out.
Sonic Adventure 2 “lives” with this HD port, but did it “learn” anything over the last decade?
Sonic Adventure, now in High Definition, opens your heart once again.
It’s Retro, it takes place in a city, and it’ll set you on a rampage… for better or worse.
We can all make jokes about how Resident Evil 6 has “No Hope Left.” Mog tackles the latest Capcom creature to learn that perhaps it’s just a misunderstood creature.
“Welcome to Amihama, Nameless Samurai. We hope you enjoy your stay and take in all the sights of our little town.”
Sleeping Dogs is a fantastic revival turned into a new IP… and a damned good one at that.