Alan | November 25
The Castle Doctrine is a game that you can never win, but that's kind of the point. The tremendous satisfaction to be had along the way to losing makes it one of this year’s best games.
In Pursuit of Perfection
Chance of Pain
Trevor | September 14
Blood! Blood! Gallons of the stuff.
Trevor | July 7
Trevor | November 23
Dynasty Warriors. Shadow of Mordor. Put ‘em together and... wait, don’t leave!
Alan | November 22
Are you sure you want to buy this game? Are you really sure? Join me for a visual tour through Nintendo’s 3DS eShop purchasing experience. Try not to fall asleep.
Alan | November 16
I get that you want to be fancy, but c'mon.
Trevor | October 12
For every BioShock, there’s an Other M lying in wait.
Move quick. Be efficient. Don’t stop. Keep killing. Collect everything. The Wandering Vagrant is here. Oh, I’m dead.
Alan | July 9
Sometimes an upbeat, memorable soundtrack is all a game really needs to succeed. Here are ten titles that offer fantastic experiences based on their soundtracks alone, regardless of the games themselves.
BloodRayne: Betrayal provides some awe-inspiring artwork and solid side-scrolling action, in spite of some mechanically frustrating platforming.
Trevor | March 3
There’s a lot to see in Nier that can’t be found anywhere else, but there’s also a lot of archaic design decisions that hold it back. Design decisions that aren’t unique to only Nier.
Alan | January 3
Part zoo management simulator, part co-op adventure, and part cart driving game, Zoo Tycoon delivers a rich experience, even if its zoo size limitations feel restrictive.
Staff | January 2
These are our picks for the 10 best games of 2013.
Trevor | December 31
Happy Holidays! I got you a list of 2013’s best games.
Alan | December 26
Looking back on 2013, these 10 games stand out as the ones most worthy of recognition.
Alan | November 27
Super Motherload will push you to the brink of what your attention span will bear before it delivers satisfaction by the boatload.
Trevor | November 11
The Wonderful 101 is hard. Very hard. Here’s a few tips to hopefully elevate the experience from “impossible” to “difficult”.