Welcome home, here’s your front door. But it isn’t yours, and this isn’t your home.
Fraser’s planning on escaping from Infamous: Second Son’s dreary, insipid open-world as soon as he possibly can.
You like Castlevania, don’t you? Open your mind to the possibility that realism can actually get in the way of true immersion.
Majora’s Mask is more than just a game about a horrifying moon.
Monster Hunter isn’t afraid to burden you with a heavy load, and you should appreciate it.
Star Trek Online has been continuing a tradition going back to 1966, and being an MMO has been key.
You are in a dark room.
At least, you think it’s a room. The darkness is so thick it feels as if it’s creeping into your eyes. There’s a faint buzzing noise and the distinct smell of overheating electrics. You are carrying: 1 can of mushroom soup, 5 rubber bands, a boxed copy of RollerCoaster Tycoon on CD-ROM, mismatched socks. The overwhelming desire to read critical analysis of video games washes over you. As you flail impotently in the inky blackness, a square of light appears in the corner…