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Her name is Tanya Pavelovna and she shoots better than you.
In a time where people want to build walls, Mulaka chooses to create a bridge. One between us and the Terahumara people. I can’t help but be thankful, but on top of that, it's a damn fun game in its own right.
I can’t help but continue to love Sonic for all his missteps. Because when a Sonic the Hedgehog game is running on all cylinders, there’s nothing like it.
Shantae: Half-Genie Hero - Ultimate Edition is without a doubt one of the best platformers out on a modern-day console.
It may be a weird wish to want to make objects float in Sims 4, but it’d make it easy to fake a bunk bed, for example. Here's how to make that happen.
There's a simple cheat you can type into The Sims 4 which will enable you to overlap objects in build mode. Here's how it's done.
Want to make stuff bigger or smaller in The Sims 4? We got you covered.
Fed up of sticking to the grid? Here's how to place objects anywhere in The Sims 4.
Evocative of the later XCOM games, there’s something special about placing the mechs of Battletech in a strategy setting.
Like a WarioWare fever dream, Knuckle Sandwich is shaping up to be wonderfully bizarre and painfully relatable.
If the most recent God of War has reminded us of anything, it's that games are often one of the best places to find dads.
There’s something special about Nihon Falcom’s Ys Origin. Its recent Xbox One release is the latest in a long line, but it's more than deserved.
There are two types of people in this world: those who play “Battle Royale” games and those who can’t stop hearing about them.
Sooner or later, every series hits the brick wall of middling adulthood – the video game franchise midlife crisis. God of War came out of the other side much stronger because of it.
To help celebrate the Dragon of Dojima’s final stint in the spotlight as well as to help point any would-be Yakuza players in the right direction, here’s the top five Yakuza games so far.
The news for more Splinter Cell is exciting, even if it is as a part of a different game entirely.
Since games are so often focused on battle, whether with cards or not, the way in which we fight will always be an important piece of the puzzle.
It may not be for everyone, but this particular way of playing Sea of Thieves somehow turned it into pure magic.
The level “No Russian” has made its mark as one of the most controversial moments in gaming history, and all things considered, it hasn't aged so well.
While it's no masterpiece, this final entry in the Mysterious trilogy reminds me of why Atelier games are so special to begin with.