Telltale's now-complete series is very funny, surprisingly sincere, and the gaming equivalent of a TV show on Netflix that I can't help but binge watch.
Attempting to understand what really matters to the virtual people inside these giant, horrific, interconnected machines.
Size Five's summertime heist-sim has me recalling Robert De Niro's criminal code in "Heat"—be capable of dropping everything, or die.
Nobody has the time to play every game in the world, you maniac, so these misses are understandable. Right?
What satisfaction do you really get from being the Batman, when his gadgets do all the detective work?
The newly released retro-styled adventure turns the glitches of older games into fresh methods of exploration.
Dontnod's episodic game seems to take place somewhere outside of time, both now and then, today and yesterday.
The freshly remastered "Majora's Mask" is a Zelda game unlike any other, where pertinent lessons are there to be learned.