Telltale Games applies their adventure game formula to the world of Batman as The Dark Knight takes on Carmine Falcone’s crime empire while trying to help Harvey Dent get elected mayor of Gotham.
After months of insane back and forth between haters and defenders of the new Ghostbusters, none of whom had actually seen the movie, I can say after seeing it that it’s a fun, hilarious comedy that won’t supplant the original but is still definitely worth checking out. Although the skeleton of the plot is similar […]
One of the biggest games of the year and possibly of all time, Uncharted 4, is the anchor of this edition of Gamebox 2.0 but we got to check out a bunch of smaller indie games as well.
Starring a returning Frank Grillo, The Purge: Election Year maintains the schlocky, B-movie action tone of The Purge: Anarchy, even if isn’t quite as good as that entry in the series.
We’ve got another slew of weird and wonderful indie games for this edition of Gamebox 2.0 along with some demos of some big games that came out around the time of E3. VA-11 HALL-A: Cyberpunk Bartender Action: If you thought Papers, Please needed more anime characters and alcohol, VA-11 HALL-A may be something you […]
20 years after the events of the first movie, Earth’s new alien tech based defenses are put to the test when a gigantic 3,000 mile wide ship drops over the entire Atlantic Ocean and starts drilling to drain the Earth’s core in Independence Day: Resurgence.
Kevin Hart may have found his best comedic partner yet in The Rock, as the duo try to uncover a black market CIA conspiracy in Central Intelligence.
Nintendo seems to be focusing all their energy on the new NX console, as they only showed a trailer for the new Legend of Zelda, Breath of the Wild, and then spent the rest of their time in the E3 spotlight showing off Pokemon Sun and Moon.
Sony ended the major E3 press conferences with a bang, dropping tons of huge reveals including the new God of War, Resident Evil VII, remastered Crash Bandicoot, the new game from Hideo Kojima and so much more.
Ubisoft had over 3 hours of games to show off for E3, including trailers and gameplay from South Park: Fractured But Whole, Watchdogs 2, Ghost Recon: Wildlands and more.