If you can handle the absurdity, Grasshopper Manufacture has a game for you to play: Lollipop Chainsaw. If you're a fan of zombie movies, classic beat 'em up arcade games, and typical Suda 51 craziness, this is your game.
This is the one collection Sony has released this summer that you simply must purchase. Three of the very best action platformers of all time, together in the ultimate package. Do NOT miss out!
thatgamecompany may no longer be exclusive to Sony, but this compilation showcases where they started and features three of the very best games ever released on the PlayStation Network, along with the whole bunch of extra surprises.
Did you miss out on either of the two inFAMOUS games? If so, Sony's latest collection is one you don't want to miss out on. It features both games, the Festival of Blood DLC, and lots of extra goodies.
One of the best action franchises around comes together for one of the best compilation titles ever released. If you have never played this incredible series before, now it quite literally the very best time to do so.
More than Japan's answer to Skyrim, Dragon's Dogma is a fun fantasy action-RPG that stands on its own merit due to engaging combat and a unique party system.
Are you ready to return to Skyrim? If this DLC is anything to go by, you sure should be.
A Song of Ice and Fire is one of the best book series, and the HBO show is equally great. Sadly, the game based on both isn't anywhere near as good. Come on in to find out the details of why Westeros was better left in other mediums.
Ghost Recon: Future Soldier may just be one of the best tactical shooters. Come on inside to find out if Jarrod was impressed.
If you enjoy online multiplayer, Starhawk has you covered. This is what Warhawk should have been. Come on in to find out all the dirty details on why Starhawk is just what the doctor ordered.
Does Prototype 2 positively differentiate itself from the rest of the open-world games out there, or fall victim to a viral outbreak all its own? Jarrod's got your answer inside.
One of the best-selling comic books of the last decade was perfectly translated to TV, and now we have a game adaptation. Does this licensed videogame stack up to the quality of either? Steven has all the details inside.
This is the review you've wanted. Does Steven think Mass Effect 3 wraps up the series, or brings it crashing down?
Twisted Metal is back, and it feels like the 90s never left us. It's even better if you've a friend willing to hop in the passenger seat!