The Chimera doesn’t stand a chance on Sony’s new handheld.
Video Game Previews
Hope your shooting skills are up to snuff.
The Twisted Metal demo is a ton of fun when you can actually get into it
Saber Interactive is ready to turn the multiplayer shooter genre on its head (literally)
David Jaffe and his team at Eat.Sleep.Play are back in demented driving territory. And we love it.
Killing is our business, and business just picked back up
Our preview goes hands - and voice-on - with Binary Domain
Krater provides a top-down, turn-based strategy game in a post-apocalyptic world where players control the world around them.
It's Resident Evil overload at Capcom's Fright Night
The Cabela's franchise has been an enigmatic constant in the game industry for years now. Someone is buying them, but it certainly isn't the informed
So you think you’ve seen everything that’s offered in the Ace Combat lexicon? True, the games have gotten better over the years, but up until thi
Last night, during the calm before what will eventually be the storm, Activision hosted a media event for certain attendees for Modern Warfare 3. Tho
Do you remember when zombie games used to really be about survival? I'm not talking about surviving a wave of zombies in some generic first person sh
Warhammer 40,000: Space Marine puts you in the role of a badass space marine. The demo is a gory brawl that pits you, the Chainsword-wielding marine,
If you haven’t heard by now, Firefall is kind of a big deal. Go big or go home; that is exactly what Red 5 Studios did at PAX this year. With the P
Remember the teaser trailer from The Incredibles when the retired Mr. Incredible attempts to fit back into his supersuit, but can’t because he’s
Publisher Robot Entertainment really must hate Orcs. So much so, as to devote an entire game to mutilating these green-skinned freaks in any matter p
Somewhere there’s a group of lunatics that want nothing more than to see Valve work on Half-Life 3. In fact, a few of them came out in droves over
80s nostalgia seems to have gripped the entertainment industry, and it's no surprise why. With the children of that uniquely hip era now fully grown
One of the surprises at this year’s E3 was Gotham City Impostors. Developed by Monolith (the company behind the first two FEAR games) and Condemned