'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 not asking the right question.
What might be Sony's last game for the PlayStation 4 is also, ironically, stuck in the past.
A jerk in high school ruined a major plot point, and my dad bought a memory card that kept dying. All I wanted to do was play 'Final Fantasy VII.'
There are very few games to play, huge features still aren't available, and there's no indication of change.
A quintessential "low fantasy" series grounded in everyday realism gets reimagined as yet another story of court politics and important events.
'Gylt' tries to be charming, but it's a game promising scares and stealth, while delivering on neither.
Streaming games is here and very real, but Google's Stadia is launching without much to play and without much beyond, "Hey, isn't this neat?"
Like the United States itself, 'Modern Warfare' can't tell its wars apart and doesn't bother trying.
Destiny’s weekly quests are a touching look at grief and remembrance.
Each new character is a joy to play, because Nintendo is willing to shake things up.
Badass is not the same thing as bad.
Netflix's fifth season of 'Black Mirror' follows two best friends who find their relationship complicated by a virtual reality game.