With fascist figures influencing the world, Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus is as timely as a first-person shooter video game about fighting Nazis can be. How effective is its message conveyed through story and gameplay?
After taking a year off from its annual release cycle, Assassin’s Creed is back. A newbie to the games swan dives into Assassin’s Creed Origins to see if the changes to the formula is enough to revitalize the franchise.
Three years after Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor broke ground with how video game systems can tell stories, its sequel Middle-earth: Shadow of War builds on that foundation and more. Do these new layers elevate or encumber the experience?
Video games might just be the best way to experience horror. It’s not you watching a character in a movie or TV show go into a haunted mansion or hide from a maniacal murderer; it’s you who has to put that ghost to rest or escape the clutches of a serial killer. Here are seven of the latest video games to play for fun, fright-filled nights this Halloween!
PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds is gaming’s latest phenomenon, and like anything that’s super hot in the industry, it’s already being cloned by other game developers. Fortnite Battle Royale is the most popular clone so far. How well does it stack up as a console alternative?
The first Destiny was one of the biggest games in 2014, but with its massive following also came plenty of complaints among critics, consumers, and even from the most diehard fans. Destiny 2 aims to address each problem, and succeeds more often than it fails.
Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End was the perfect send-off to the blockbuster franchise’s hero Nathan Drake, and would’ve been the best conclusion to the series. Uncharted: The Lost Legacy tries to make the case for even more Uncharted.
Sports ignite people. We map stories to players’ careers. We label rival athletes facing off as heroes and villains. We cry when the home team loses a deciding playoff match. We rejoice when they finally win championship gold.
Pyre sets out to spark that real human passion in its fantastical basketball/visual novel combo.
With the number of quality titles coming out these days, there’s never been a better time to be playing video games. That doesn’t mean old games aren’t worth revisiting, though! Thankfully, taking a trip down memory lane is easier with all the HD remasters and remakes of the classics.
The first quarter of 2017 saw the release of stellar titles from marquee series. Halfway through the year, we’re still getting a ton of great games. These releases may not all be from familiar franchises, but they still provide quality entertainment. Here are the ten best video games of Q2 2017 ordered by release date.
50 hours into Persona 5, I’ve been having a great time getting to know its cast of stylish teenage misfits and conquering the twisted psychological palaces of bad adults. It’s just baffling that Atlus, the company behind this JRPG gem, doesn’t want me to share screenshots and video clips of my experience. Not easily, at the very least.
If you need proof that gamers don’t want just mindless entertainment spoon-fed to them, take a look at the success of the Souls games. GadgetMatch is here to look back at the recently concluded hardcore action RPG franchise, ranking every game from worst to best.