For a decade, the FPS has lived in the shadow of 'BioShock' and 'Modern Warfare.' But this year, it feels like there is change in the air.
From the destructible cover to the lighting to the fire, it's all in the details (that 'Far Cry 5' unfortunately doesn't have).
New changes to the structure are welcomed, but 'Far Cry 5' has no confidence and no heart.
15 years after the beach invasion level in 'Medal of Honor: Allied Assault,' Call of Duty's version is much worse.
'Brutal Wolfenstein 3D' modder releases massive new patch, introducing reworked weapons and sprites.
I didn't like the action in the game as much as I loved the story, but it was necessary
‘Brutal Doom’ continues to breath life into the classic shooter.
'Spec Ops: The Line' pulled no punches in its biting commentary.
Just re-released on PC, 'Vanquish' shows a very different approach to the modern shooter.
Ansel Elgort is some movie hunk EDM bro living it up at E3 and I'm not at all bitter about having to interview him.
Some gamers are saying the game is "politically correct."
Heavily armed religious extremists setting up autonomous kingdoms within desolate compounds? Boy howdy, we’ve got a few of those.