The longstanding PlayStation mashup of action and platforming has enough new wrinkles to make it feel fresh again.
A 240-page script book is an attempt to demise one part of the messy, confusing creative process that results in a video game.
From the movies to the comic books, no 'Spider-Man' adaptation has ever made me cry like this game has. That means something.
'Edge of Nowhere' mines H.P. Lovecraft to tell a horror story that goes well beyond cheap jump scares.
Insomniac's revival of its PS2-period platformer shows that brilliant "old" games need not actually be relics from the past.
Rebooted for 2016, the PlayStation platformer is a lot more than a better-looking version of what you've played before.