5 Reasons to be Excited for Call of Duty: WWII

The Call of Duty franchise might have taken its more over-the-top aspects as far as it could with Infinite Warfare, but the upcoming CoD: WWII is set to go right back to basics. This is no step backwards, though. This…

The Evolution of the Star Wars: Battlefront Series

Love Star Wars? Love video games? Well, as we all know, there’s plenty of choice out there. You can try 2D platformers, 3D racers, a Tekken clone, flight simulators, RPGs, RTS games, LEGO-based adventures, pinball simulations, and more. Still, some…

8 Fighting Game Series that Deserve a Revival

The fighting game is alive and well. Just look at Injustice 2, Mortal Kombat X, Tekken 7, and the upcoming Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite to see how much fun the genre still offers to modern gamers. Over the decades, we’ve…

5 Reasons to be Excited for The Evil Within 2

The Evil Within was an atmospheric survival-horror game with plenty to love, but there was definitely room for improvement. Such as? Well, it could be a tad frustrating and repetitive at times, though the gore-soaked action, unconventional plot, and gruesome…

Top 5 Resident Evil Spin-Off Games

The main Resident Evil games may have been through plenty of changes since the series’ debut in 1996, but the numerous spin-offs have experimented with various styles too. We’ve seen first-person shooters and team-based adventures aplenty, featuring returning characters alongside…

Looking Back at the Best Medal of Honor Games

The Medal of Honor series ran from 1999 to 2012, when MOH: Warfighter’s disappointing sales caused EA to put future releases on hold. Call of Duty had taken the reins by then, of course, updating military FPS games entirely. Medal…

What Do We Want to See in Shadow of the Tomb Raider?

Lara Croft’s still going strong after 20 years as a gaming icon. 2013’s Tomb Raider rebooted the franchise brilliantly, reconfiguring the leading lady as a somewhat inexperienced adventurer and giving us plenty of new gameplay mechanics to enjoy. 2015’s Rise…

8 Retro Point and Click Games Worth Revisiting

The best point-and-click games are immersive, well-written, and well-designed enough to make even the most minimal interaction gripping. Simply moving a cursor across the screen, collecting items, and chatting to NPCs might not be everyone’s cup of tea, but that…