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A movie tie-in game is a dime a dozen and rarely more than a quick cash-in. Developers tasked with making a movie tie-in nonetheless have an opportunity to make an interesting game. Avalanche Software has done this with Cars 3: Driven to Win to middling...

Judging a game can be challenging. On one hand you might reflect on how much fun the game was by...

If you go into Pixel Titans’ Strafe expecting a first-person shooter straight out of 1996,...

The DNA of Arkane’s Prey is System Shock 2. You can sense it as soon as you pick up a wrench,...

Forgotten titles from the late Wii U’s library deserve renewed attention. The first to get...

This is the first review I have struggled to write. I sat at my laptop with all of my notes, thinking...

 The gaming and nerd-media podcast market is drowning in mediocre content and everyone seems to...

Soda Dungeon is the free mobile game now released on Steam you didn’t know you needed. Now,...

Every so often you play a game that immediately grabs you, throws you into something strange...

Resident Evil 7 does a brilliant job of going back to its roots and incorporating all of the features...