Despite a failed Kickstarter campaign, Atlus-published indie RPG Citizens of Earth is a prime candidate for your time and money.
Captain Toad is the star of his very own puzzle/platforming game. Will Wingo get away with star snatching?
Judge Alex suits up and makes a final verdict on the first three games in the Ace Attorney franchise, conveniently bundled together on the eShop for $30.
11 years after the original games released, Pokemon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire take players back to the Hoenn region… and it’s more enticing than ever before.
The worlds of Blok Drop and Twisted Fusion combine in this eShop puzzler. Check out our full review.
Check out our full review of Wooden Sen’Sey for Wii U.
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Tengami looks gorgeous, but its gameplay leaves something to be desired.
The 2015 edition of Just Dance is here. Check out our full review to see if its worth buying or not.
The second edition of Disney Infinity is here, including Marvel Superheroes, Disney Classics, and a brand new Toy Box. Find out what we think about it.
Life is such a precious thing that should not be taken for granted. What if you were given the opportunity to change your life?
They were kung-fu fighting, fast as lightening. It was a little bit frightning. Yes, those are the lyrics to the popular song, but it also sums up my experience with a new game from Zen Studios called KickBeat.
Dynasty Warriors is known for being able to control a variety of many different characters and taking on hundreds of enemies at any moment. The Legend of Zelda is known for it’s adventure, story and only being able to control Link. How will this work when their ideas are merged into one game?