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7:00 PM on 04.15.2015

This could be the Godzilla game fans have always wanted

I've dabbled in Godzilla games since the NES game Godzilla: Monster of Monsters, a game that for some reason took place in space; Mothra and Godzilla fought monsters and literally kicked rocks in this fondly remembered title....

Jed Whitaker



Review: Mortal Kombat X photo
Review: Mortal Kombat X
by Chris Carter

Fighting game developers are in a really tough spot when it comes to sequels. If you don't iterate enough, newcomers will be tempted to call it a "rehash." If you iterate too much, hardcore fans may feel alienated by the vast seas of change.

Mortal Kombat X is more of the former situation, seeking to play it safe by incrementally improving upon the strong foundation set forth in 2011's reboot. Thankfully, that's not a bad thing.

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9:30 AM on 04.14.2015

Brawl, the apology letter for the abhorrent Basement Crawl, is a decent improvement

[Disclosure: Before I talk at all about Brawl, it's time for some fun disclosure stuff. I was flown to Poland to visit the development studio and take a look at this game there. The team paid for my flights, a hotel for one n...

Laura Kate Dale

4:00 PM on 04.13.2015

Where is our Mortal Kombat X review?

Mortal Kombat X's review embargo is up, but we're not quite ready to pull the trigger just yet. Many aspects of the game aren't fully operational including some online modes, and select facets of the Faction War fea...

Chris Carter




As the first current-gen Naruto, Ultimate Ninja Storm 4 is a huge visual leap photo
As the first current-gen Naruto, Ultimate Ninja Storm 4 is a huge visual leap
by Chris Carter

There are more Naruto games than one sane person can possibly handle. Although Bandai Namco Entertainment owns the license, a number of different developers have worked with the gaming side, most notably CyberConnect2, who has been working on the Ultimate Ninja subseries from the very beginning.

I had some hands-on time with Naruto Shippūden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 4 at Namco Bandai's recent Global Gamers Day event, and although it still has a lot of the same repetition issues as its predecessors, it looks pretty damn slick so far.

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Jamestown+ on PS4 is the best colonial era shooter yet photo
Jamestown+ on PS4 is the best colonial era shooter yet
by Conrad Zimmerman

Jamestown was a wonderful shoot-em-up back when it first released on PC. With bullets blazing across the surface of a colonial Mars, it paired beautiful sprite art with epic music and cooperative local multiplayer to make something really special.

With the release of Jamestown+ on PlayStation 4, it's larger than ever.

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6:00 PM on 04.06.2015

Elliot Quest's Wii U port is quite buggy

Elliot Quest is a retro-inspired Metroidvania title that feels right at home on the Wii U, as it takes a lot of inspiration from such NES classics as Zelda II: The Adventure of Link and Kid Icarus. I'd even venture to ...

Jed Whitaker

11:00 AM on 04.06.2015

Bastion on PS4 is still great, but not worth a double dip

If you pinned me to the ground, demanding a list of the Xbox 360’s best games, I can promise you Bastion would fall out of my terrified lips. I would also be very confused throughout the whole exchange, but as lo...

Mike Cosimano

9:00 AM on 04.06.2015

'Dual' is a really cool mobile shoot 'em up that functions over two devices

The other day I ran across a newly released shooter for iOS and Android called Dual. The whole gimmick is that it uses two devices to function, with a screen that spans between them. By forming a tenuous Voltron-esque link you can play two modes, versus and co-op. Although it is a free download, thankfully, only one person needs to buy the premium version ($1.99) to play the latter mode.

Chris Carter

9:00 PM on 04.04.2015

La-Mulana EX is nirvana for punishing game enthusiasts

There's a certain thrill to a game that punishes you for attempting to best it, as Bloodborne and Souls series fans can attest to. That's why there happen to be so many of them cropping up here and there, especially over the ...

Jason Faulkner

2:00 PM on 04.03.2015

Neverwinter is both a shallow MMO and a fun arcade-like romp on Xbox One

Back in 2013, Neverwinter hit the PC. No, it's not a continuation of Neverwinter Nights, that awesome RPG from BioWare. It's an MMO developed by Cryptic Studios that's light on the "massive" bit, but far more f...

Chris Carter







Dark Souls II: Scholar of the First Sin's enhancements are minor, but I ended up beating it again photo
Dark Souls II: Scholar of the First Sin's enhancements are minor, but I ended up beating it again
by Chris Carter

Love 'em or hate 'em, this is the generation of remakes. It seems as if remasters of the previous generation pop up more frequently than actual new games, but if said remasters actually end up funding new games rather than the coffers of executives, that can be a good thing.

The newest remake comes by way of From Software in the form of Dark Souls II: Scholar of the First Sin for a variety of different platforms. Unsurprisingly, it holds up as the core experience is fantastic, but it's really hard to suggest buying Scholar unless you haven't played the original in any shape or form.

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Xenoblade Chronicles 3D is a bare-bones port of a fantastic game photo
Xenoblade Chronicles 3D is a bare-bones port of a fantastic game
by Chris Carter

Xenoblade Chronicles pretty much blew me away back in 2012. Fans had been clamoring for a localization for over two years, and due to an add partnership between Nintendo and GameStop, we got one. It was a rather limited release however and GameStop constantly jacked up the price over time, leading to a large number of fans who never got to experience it.

Hell, even today the Wii version goes from anywhere to $60 used to $100 new. That all changes in April with Xenoblade Chronicles 3DS, a $40 portable edition that will completely do away with the rarity of the experience.

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11:00 AM on 03.17.2015

Overdog's a new service that puts you in games with people of similar interests

Playing videogames online with strangers can be a crap shoot. Sometimes you'll get matched up with interesting, engaging, and respectable people. Other times (maybe more often than not), you won't be able to stand the person ...

Brett Makedonski

10:00 PM on 03.15.2015

Isbarah is an unforgiving bullet hell platformer

I often browse the Steam store for new releases that could be interesting, and was excited when I read Isbarah's description as a bullet hell platformer. I love bullet hell games and have played basically everything that...

Jed Whitaker



DmC Devil May Cry's story still blows, but the Definitive Edition is more fun photo
DmC Devil May Cry's story still blows, but the Definitive Edition is more fun
by Chris Carter

You've heard the criticisms for Ninja Theory's take on Devil May Cry a million-trillion fucking times.

So let's just dive into the Definitive Edition, shall we?

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