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Here's a short comparison between Heroes of the Storm and the seasoned veteran, Dota 2!
The story so far. Our experience with Telltale's Game of Thrones from Episode 1 to 4.
The best version of the beautiful puzzle-platformer Nihulumbra is now available on the Wii U eShop, and features co-op play.
Nintendo's Puzzle & Dragons Z + Puzzle & Dragons Super Mario Bros. Edition launched this week, bringing a two for one puzzle package to 3DS.
Project CARS respectfully treats motorsports like an art, and challenges you to master its nuances through a wide variety of options and modes.
Schwarzenegger in an indie zombie movie proves to be far better (and more depressing) than anyone could have anticipated.
MachineGames has done it again, bringing back Wolfenstein for another round via this expansion. Is this standalone prequel worthy of the name, or does it stink like the undead Nazis it's plagued with?
All of the action, none of the survival horror. Capcom doesn’t seem to know what to do with its definitive zombie series, but there's always hope for Resident Evil.
Born of a game jam project, the full release of Titan Souls on Steam, PS4 and PS Vita still doesn't have much depth.
Sorcery! 3 is yet another hit from 80 Days developer inkle, a remarkable gamebook (think Choose Your Own Adventure combined with an RPG) adaptation that offers a deeper and more fufilling experience than most RPGs.
The open world zombie title has made its way to Xbox One as the updated State of Decay: Year One Survival Edition--is it good enough to jump into for the first time, and worth it for those who played again?
Tired of Spelunky? Defeated Rogue Legacy? Don’t Starve finally do you in? Your next roguelike obsession has now arrived, smashing through the wall with a blast of music. Crypt of the NecroDancer is here.
Reiner Knizia's classic 2-player game Lost Cities has been reprinted by Thames & Kosmos, and absolutely belongs in your collection.
These days, it helps to have a keyboard that’s versatile. Sure, you can buy a USB keyboard for your computer, but what about when you’re on your tablet, or even your phone? What if you’re on the go and don’t want to lug around a giant keyboard?