Photography has never been this spooky.
Ben “Yahtzee” Croshaw, well-known for his work on Zero Punctuation at The Escapist, was also the creator of this point-and-click horror: 5 Days a Stranger.
Check out the review after the Jump!
Platinum’s debut game gave Wii owners looking for some hardcore action a killer app…in the literal sense, of course.
Every series has a beginning. Tales of Phantasia just showed up late to its own party. Did the game age well in its long wait for an English release?
It’s been a long time coming…
A look back into the history of licensed Disney games.
Is this a successful solo flight, or does Tails crash and burn?
Now, off to the gardens of madness!
The Nintendo Gamecube had very few RPG’s – but one of them, Tales of Symphonia, went on to become one of the most beloved JRPG’s of all time.
Painful misstep, or flawed gem?
Deep into that darkness peering, long I stood there, wondering… fearing… doubting…
Fight the darkness as you strive to find your body…
Final Fantasy Four Heroes of Light is a throwback to the Final Fantasy games of old.
In our first ever calculator game review, we’ll cover a built-in program that contains four minigames: Dino Puzzle, Puzzle Frenzy, Pegs, and Block Dude.
Embrace your madness, and it will embrace you back…
Does this Square Enix remake do our monochromatic memories justice?
Dillon’s Rolling Western is a hybrid tower defense and action game. It’s a small 3DS eShop game with the heart of a full-scale console title.
Death Count: 1500.