In Castlevania: Lords of Shadow 2 fans finally have a playable Dracula, and he has somehow found himself in one of the worst games the series has ever seen.
Retro City Rampage: DX brings nostalgia to the 3DS and welcomes newcomers with eased difficulty.
The Last Door Chapter 4: Ancient Shadows may be the shortest chapter, but the results of its revelations make the rest of the series new and terrifying all over again.
Time to have some fun with science.
Naughty Dog crafts another great chapter for The Last of Us with Left Behind even though game play takes a backseat.
Beat'em up fans, Tyler Doak's Aces Wild: Manic Brawling Action is the game you've been waiting for in 2014.
Somehow, the kings of moral gray areas, Telltale Games, have found ways to enhance their craft and make it even harder to make a decision in The Wolf Among Us: Episode 2 - Smoke & Mirrors.
Loadout take weapon creation to a whole new depth, but that may also lead to some balance issues.
Through incredible care, Double Fine has created a narrative like few others with Broken Age: Act 1.
Unfortunately, the highest compliment Joel can pay Dementium II HD is that it's functional.
The Walking Dead: Season 2 Part 1 - All That Remains has a tight, stressful storyline filled with action and urgency, one told about a character I developed an instant bond for.
Ultionus: A Tale of Petty Revenge is always exciting due to ever-shifting and always entertaining environments, enemies, bosses, and music.
How The Saints Save Christmas is the holiday DLC you've been waiting for.