New release, or intern who rushed their graphic design task?
A point-and-clicker that shows the genre isn't just alive and kicking: it's evolving.
The sport with the best nicknames in the world returns to consoles.
No, Youngster Timmy, MY Rattata is in the top 1% of Rattata now!
Not so quiet now, are you?
The long-running series is all about main protagonist, John Odyssey.
It's still coming "soon" but we don't know when.
Whether you go physical or digital, it’s a game worth giving a go.
Hakam Karim, who lives with his family in Bahrain, started collecting trophies back when they began in the summer of 2008 and has been going strong ever since.
“I wanted to give extra incentive to players to not just play the games, but also get out there in the real world and interact with the community face to face.”
He said that he isn’t looking for financial compensation, just official credit.
Origins’ skill trees were a convoluted mess even at the time, and Odyssey’s refinements bring that messiness into sharper relief.
#SelfCare is nominally designed for people who don’t really like video games, but turns out to be fascinating experiment in game design.
In showing both the sweetness and anguish of its hero's situation, The Missing helped me recall the trials and victories that made me the person I am.