There’s been a stigma on any and all Superman games since the first release of Superman 64 years ago. We all wanted that sensation of flying at supersonic speeds, and the power to destroy enemies with a single blast, but none of the games featuring this superhero ever hit the mark.
Puzzle games have enjoyed a renaissance in the last few generations since the popularity of titles like Portal. Suddenly, first-person puzzle games were all over the place, each one striving to make its mark. The results were mixed, but we've gotten some really interesting ideas over the years.
Deliriant is a new experimental game for the PS4 that allows you to explore the rooms of an empty home and interact with just about everything you find to better understand the people that lived there. It’s short, probably something you can finish in under an hour, but it’s also $1.
Ninja Theory has always been a favorite developer of mine. Between Heavenly Sword, Enslaved: Odyssey to the West, and even DMC, I never found a game from them I didn't like. Now that PlayStation VR is here, the ninjas have brought us DEXED.
The game development team DICE is most commonly known for their work on the extremely popular Battlefield series of games. What isn’t as well-known is their stand out title from 2008, Mirror’s Edge. This game was incredibly unique in its time. A dystopian world starring a resistance composed of parkour specialists known as “runners.”
Horror and comedy are both incredibly subjective, and therefore, difficult to master. What is scary or funny to one person can easily be boring and uninteresting to another. Today we're here to talk about horror specifically, one of the most difficult genres to master in my humble opinion.
When I was kid, Doom was one of the first games I ever played. I know how that statement sounds, after all, what parents would let their kid play an M-rated game? Well the ESRB wasn’t around back then.