Summer is winding down but there’s still plenty to play on your PC or console of choice. Check out what we got to play in August for the latest Gamebox 2.0, like the 90s throwback shooter Ion Fury, horror puzzle game Silver Chains, retro brawler Zeus Begins and more.
Summer is well underway and we have hot new games that we played and reviewed in this blazing weather for the July edition of Gamebox 2.0.
The biggest dog at the conference since Sony declined to attend E3 this year, Microsoft took the opportunity to reveal details about their next console along with new trailers for games like Halo: Infinite, Gears 5, Battletoads, Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, Cyberpunk 2077 (with Keanu!!?!) and more.
Gamebox 2.0 is back for another round of gaming goodness and this time we’ve played a bunch of games that are inspired by the 80s and 90s, not just the games of those eras but the general culture as well.
Nothing says Valentine’s Day better than video games with your special somebody. We’ve played some great co-op titles that can bring gamers together for some fun times and we played a ton of games with retro-inspired designs in this edition of Gamebox 2.0
For our first edition of Gamebox 2.0 in 2019, we’ve played a handful of old favorites making a return for a new generation, whether it’s massive compilation collections or full remakes. We got to explore some creative indie titles that we finally got around to trying between the holidays and an early preview of a […]
In the last Gamebox 2.0 of 2018, we explored the post apocaylptic wasteland in Mutant Year Zero, battle kaiju in Override: Mech City Assault, battled fellow sinners in Rapture Rejects and more.
For the latest edition of Gamebox 2.0, we dived into the madness of Cthulhu, saw the return of a certain leisure suit wearing sweet talker, try to survive the terrors of outer space, played football with a bunch of mutants and much more. Call of Cthulhu (Zach): Coming from Cyanide Studios and Focus Home Interactive, […]
We get into the Halloween/fall spirit with a bunch of spooky horror games for this edition of Gamebox 2.0 like The Conjuring House and the latest addition to Dead by Daylight along with non-spooky games like the quirky Pig Eat Ball, stylish fighting game Slice, Dice & Rice and Spider-Man’s new adventure on the PS4.
The triple AAA onslaught of the fall begins soon for gaming fans but before we’re overwhelmed, we’ve got another batch of games we got to check out recently for the latest Gamebox 2.0 including We Happy Few, Graveyard Keeper, Hypergun and more.