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Rockstar's latest may be the "highest rated" but it's a phenomenon for many other reasons.
Spider-Man: The City That Never Sleeps is off to a great start with its first of three episodes.
The success of Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 can only mean good things for fans of single player and multiplayer g...
The number of monsters with interesting mechanics, new skills and new gear seem far and few these days.
If streaming is the future of gaming, then PS Now is here, now.
Join us as we take a look back at Amplitude's quirky rouge-like.
What constitutes a "fun" grind? What makes for a "dull" grind? Is grinding even all that bad?
Sony is, yet again, reportedlty taking care of the problem to clear the deck ahead of the inevitable PS5 launc...
With open world games getting bigger and prettier, what contributes to "true" freedom in their gameplay?
Sony has the agility and foresight of a true market leader.
EA can learn a thing or two from the console market leader.
Nintendo and Sony are chasing the “Classic” consoles money, but ignoring a far more important issue on han...
The big bad in Spidey steals the show.
Killing stuff in Dead Cells but what keeps us coming back to continue our murderous sprees?
Can Marvel’s Spider-Man conquer the PlayStation throne?
How do some games relay so much information without needing words?
Sony's current policy on crossplay is dumb but it kind of makes sense in the long run.
Xbox All Access may be a clever, long term play by Microsoft.
The success of Octopath is another reminder that quality single player games will sell well.
Whether you played it briefly or finished Honor Mode, there's plenty of reasons to come back to Larian's RPG h...