One Fingers Death Punch simplistic controls and concept don't keep its game play from getting complex and challenging.
Reviews Archive (2010-2016)
Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes makes for a solid demo, but a lousy paid release.
The sheer amount of chaotic combat and multiplayer mayhem in Earth Defense Force 2025 isn't something you'll find anywhere else.
Tower of Guns merges FPS with rougelike elements and then places players in a randomized death trap.
South Park: The Stick of Truth captures the over-the-top humor of the show, mixing it with an excellent and involved RPG combat system.
Strange Loop Games brings their physics based puzzle game to the Playstation 3.
In Long Live The Queen, become ruler of your very own kingdom. It isn't as easy as you might think.
Drive to Hell will give even the most seasoned shooter fans a challenge.
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.
Time to have some fun with science.
Beat'em up fans, Tyler Doak's Aces Wild: Manic Brawling Action is the game you've been waiting for in 2014.
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.