Can the New Doom Strike an Old School Balance?

Inverted aim. The new, dearly anticipated title may be a true return to form, but what does for the best Doom make? Word that Id Software showed twenty minutes of gameplay at Quakecon set the internet...

What Can We Expect From an Uncharted Movie?

The date is set, but what can we expect? It's pretty well an almost universally-agreed upon fact among gamers (and probably the rest of the populace as well) that film adaptations of video games are terrible....

5 Indies to Look Out For In 2014

  A.N.N.E. A.N.N.E. is described by developer Gamesbymo as a “Platformer and Shmup hybrid with RPG elements.”  Funded through Kickstarter in May 2013, it takes cues from classic titles such as Mega...

Diablo 3: Ultimate Evil Edition Review

Diablo 3: Ultimate Evil Edition is an example of a developer/publisher having enough time to account for feedback, and to correct mistakes from the first stand-alone release. The Diablo 3 you played two years...

Madden 15 Review

EA Tiburon’s latest stab at one of America's favorite pastimes focuses on the minor details that help players make better decisions on the field. Modes like Connected Careers and Ultimate Team are now more...
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Judge Dredd for Rookies

For folks keen to know more about Judges Dredd and Anderson (especially after seeing the 2012 Dredd movie) but are uncertain where to start, this will tell you everything you need to know, followed by a list...

SteamWorld Dig Review (Wii U)

Because of the updated resolution and tweaks to suit the Wii U, Rusty the robot’s descent into his uncle Joe’s mines was as delightful as ever. Since its original release on the Nintendo 3DS, SteamWorld...

The Sacrament Review

In recent years, Ti West has become one of the best directors in horror and his latest film, The Sacrament, further cements that point. A fictionalized retelling of the 1978 Jonestown Massacre, where 909...

True Blood Finale Review

Until its final episode, True Blood never quite forgot what it was. Even this last season, less-than-mediocre as it was, always managed to offer a few moments in each episode that gestured at the often...

Sin City: A Dame to Kill For Review

 A Dame Not Worth the Wait Sin City is a noir infused fever dream. Every corner hosts a sleazy bar and each is home to an array of strippers, crooked cops, broken men, broken dreams and every class of...

CounterSpy Review

History repeats itself in CounterSpy CounterSpy is anemic Cold War satire. Bursts of solid color, pop art aesthetics, and colorful jingoism fail to enliven this (mostly) side scrolling, stealthy yarn about...

Metro Redux Review

Death Is In The Air Clouds covered the sun and cast long shadows over the bones of post-apocalyptic Moscow. years prior, nuclear war ravaged this once beautiful place, leaving her broken and scarred. Within...