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Devil May Cry Returns

At E3 today, Capcom, Capcom announced Devil May Cry® 5, the latest title in the action series. Devil May Cry 5 will be releasing in Spring 2019.

The Golf Club 2019: PGA TOUR Career Mode Announced

The PGA TOUR returns to the video game space this summer when a comprehensive PGA TOUR Career Mode is integrated into The Golf Club franchise.

Ni no Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom Review

Grow your kingdom and unite the world in peace in Ni no Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom, an ambitious JRPG title that offers a visually astounding treat alongside (mostly) on-point gameplay.

Far Cry 5 Review

If you’re terrified this will be the same experience as all the other entries in the Far Cry franchise, don’t be. You’ll be pleasantly surprised. While there isn’t revolutionary reinvention, Ubisoft Montreal has proven they’re listening to their fans. It’s everything you’d expect, with a ton of extras thrown on top. The destruction of stealth and the infuriatingly inconsistent AI are exceptions, but everything else that has done the series good in the past does it justice once again. The arcade mode alone shows enough potential to produce content far beyond the main campaign. This is a great game that shines a bright future on a once-declining franchise.

FINAL FANTASY XV WINDOWS EDITION Review

Final Fantasy XV’s beautiful graphics and exciting fights unfortunately come with a confusing story, irritating characters, long and unnecessary cutscenes, and optimization issues.

Ni no Kun II: Revenant Kingdom Gets New Trailer

BANDAI NAMCO released a new trailer for Ni no Kuni II™: REVENANT KINGDOM, the upcoming RPG developed by famed Japanese game studio Level-5 Inc. with involvement from composer Joe Hisaishi and former Studio Ghibli animator Yoshiyuki Momose. 

Mount & Blade II: Bannerlord: Custom Engine Gets New Features

Creating a custom engine has been one of the most important challenges that TaleWorlds has faced during the development of Mount & Blade II: Bannerlord. As it happens with other parts of games development, it is not a straightforward task that you finish and put on a shelf, but an iterative process.

SEGA Announces Make War Not Love 5 – The Unusual Suspects

It's that time of year again, where we shun romantic notions, get stuck into our favorite strategy game, and conquer as much as possible to win loads of free stuff. That's right, Make War Not Love is back with MWNL5 – The Unusual Suspects and will run from 10 am PST/6pm GMT/7pm CET, February 12 until 10am PST/6pm GMT/7pm CET, February 18.

FINAL FANTASY XII THE ZODIAC AGE Review

This PC release of the 12th title in the mainline Final Fantasy series, originally released for the PS2 in 2006, sees many additions and improvements. Even if you haven't played the console version from back in the days, FFXII: THE ZODIAC AGE is a must-have for all who enjoy JRPG's filled with adventure.

ONE PIECE World Seeker Screenshots Unveiled

BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment America Inc. reveals new content for ONE PIECE World Seeker, the upcoming video game that invites players to set sail in an open adventure that takes place in the universe of the popular ONE PIECE anime series.

Fatal Fury Geese Howard Enter TEKKEN 7 Ring

Building upon its launch in the Americas, TEKKEN 7 is bringing another famous guest character to join the next battle with Geese Howard from the Fatal Fury franchise.

Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite Release Date Announced

Capcom today announced new information for Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite, a return of the action-fighting game series. Developed by two companies rather than one, MVCI will feature free-form 2v2 team battles integrated into a wide variety of single player modes and multiplayer content.

Dead Rising 4 - Frank Rising Review

Frank Rising’s short length must be noted, as less than a handful of hours for $10 may be considered by some a lack of value. Quality trumps quantity, though, and because Frank Rising improves on many aspects laid out by Dead Rising 4, I recommend it to those who already own and might have felt disappointed by the original game.

Mass Effect: Andromeda - AAA Anonymous Epi. 13

With AAA Anonymous, we discuss our latest AAA game addiction, until the next one replaces it. This episode covers what is to many the most anticipated PC release of the year: Mass Effect: Andromeda.

Mass Effect: Andromeda Review

Andromeda is robust and delivers effectively on the key elements it advertises, and then goes above and beyond regarding play style tailoring and experienceable customization. That said, the characters look more at home in the Sims 3 era, and the dialog fails to be more than lackluster - cringe-worthy at times. Nevertheless, while Mass Effect: Andromeda proves a quality example of its genres, diehard fans of the Mass Effect universe and its original story should wait until BioWare patches the technical bugs, and the price point lowers.

Why Hitman is my game of the year.

Overwatch, DOOM, and Dark Souls 3 are just a few of the notable games released last year that garnered a slew of praise and awards. While the aforementioned games were, and still are, worthy of your time, I feel 2016’s “best game” distinction was most earned by IO’s Hitman. I say this despite initially passing on the game. Its episodic nature and perceived lack of content raised some red flags for me. So what makes Hitman a game that compels me to write about its virtues despite having no IO-Interactive stock? Well, let’s take a look.

Rise of the Tomb Raider: 20 Year Celebration Launches October 11th

Crystal Dynamic and Square Enix continue to celebrate the anniversary of one of gaming’s most iconic heroines, Lara Croft.

HITMAN Episode Three: Marrakesh: A Gilded Cage Review

There's another new assassination in this year's HITMAN: Marrakesh (aka a Gilded Cage).

Hitman GO: The Defnitive Edition Proves Square Enix Can Leave A Good Thing Alone

How can things get any better for Square Enix? The daunting remake of Final Fantasy VII into an episodic All My Children adventure has put them on every shit list imaginable. Rumors of a declawed Wolverine and a cavalcade of watered down X-Men appearing in Kingdom Hearts 3 is about as bottom as a trip to rehab with Dr. Drew.

Hitman Episode Two: Sapienza Review

Hitman is shaping up to be a great new addition to the franchise. And the episodic method is working surprisingly well for it. There's still a pretty limited set of content, but it's so much easier to focus on all the many little things in any given stage when I'm not simply moving on to the next and the next to get to the end of the game. I'm thoroughly enjoying the challenges they've set up.

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