BioWare's interstellar epic burns up on re-entry
The rural town of Possum Springs serves up hilarity with a side of existential anguish
Platinum's Windows and PS4 action-RPG improves on the original in every way
The new 'Zelda' is vast, gorgeous, and possessed of the mystique that entranced us decades ago
After the diminishing returns of the last two shooters, 343's strategy game keeps the 'Halo' flame alive between blockbusters
Despite appearances, it's more a thinking man's 'Street Fighter' than a chaotic hack'n'slash
The machines rule the world in more ways than one, in Guerrilla’s stunning far future theme park
A brutally punishing, but rewarding journey into samurai hell
After the artless cheesefest of '6', Capcom blends genre flicks 'The Devil's Rejects' with 'Wrong Turn' to bring the scares
Like the beloved Dreamcast adventure, 'Shenmue', the real fun lies beyond the relentless fisticuffs in a city begging to be explored
Sony's stylish action-adventure makes the leap from the Vita to PS4 and sticks the landing
The parkour-meets-time-traveling adventure is the first of a series of films from the Ubisoft Motion Pictures studio
Nintendo refines Mario to its essence and makes something magical for your iPhone
Capcom's chaotic take on the undead apocalypse returns with a holiday theme and Arthurian knights because why the hell not
After 10 years, Fumito Ueda delivers something special – a beautiful, emotional journey worthy of its heritage
After a decade in development hell, Square Enix delivers – but it's a roadtrip to nowhere
The script gets an upgrade, as do the graphics – but not much else
Arkane Studios returns to the story of Emily Kaldwin and delivers an even deeper dive into her world – and beyond.
For a game about technology run amok, 'Watch Dogs 2' has plenty of joy, soul, and heart
Activision has mastered addictive online multiplayer – but that's not necessarily a good thing
How does one of video games’ most successful franchises create a new world with its old heroes?
'Ashes of Ariandel' lacks the wonder and expansiveness we've come to associate with the 'Souls' series
Return of the only game in the world where Gandhi is a warmonger
With new single player campaign, developer Respawn moves the ball forward. Your move, 'Call of Duty'