You know that sense of accomplishment you get when you solve a really tough puzzle? Nate has been feeling that a lot lately with Antichamber.
17-BIT may have more studio names under its belt than released games, but Skulls of the Shogun is a pretty good start to the latter's list. Check out Kyle Holt's review.
Phoenix Online Studios is having a hard time impressing Alex Martinet in the second episode of Cognition: An Erica Reed Thriller.
David Kilborn's time with Paper Mario has changed his regular RPG habits in terms of item hoarding. Check out his review!
Platinum Games's brawler sounds great on paper, but how does it execute the idea? Nate Hales has the answer.
The Digital Reality-Grasshopper Manufacture team has created a kind of throwback to the sidescroller hack-and-slashers of old. Check out Chris' review.
This mini-game is just like a carnival game without the prize, but Randy bolstered his resolve to finish this review.
This movie-adaptation fails to be bad, but it's not necessarily a game changer either. Andrew Testerman reviews Rise of the Guardians.
Professor Hatsworth's farm is falling apart and it needed a bit of TLC. Tyler rebuilt Hatsworth's farm and tested out all of the machinery. Check out his review.
Will 007 Legends allow you to channel your inner spy? Chris Root has his doubts, but at least he's keeping a civil tongue about it.