A disturbingly gorgeous mashup of Castlevania, Metroid, and naturally, 'Dark Souls.'
Nintendo's latest is a terrific adventure game trapped inside a crummy JRPG.
You might think manipulating a circle is no big deal, but you haven't met me, the person who hates shapes.
'The Last of Us Part II' presents what at first seems like an evenhanded point of view, but perpetuates the very cycles of violence it's supposedly so troubled by.
What might be Sony's last game for the PlayStation 4 is also, ironically, stuck in the past.
A gripping idea for a cyberpunk stealth game faces the realities of franchise formula.
Why sneak when you can challenge someone to single combat?