Melissa Kay breaks down the story aspect of Star Wars: The Old Republic, highlighting what makes it work so well.
This mission-based sidescroller is a bit light on content, but might have one or two redeeming factors beyond the nostalgia factor.
A look into the past of the Gears series is intriguing and controlling the locust general is fun, but unfortunately the story suffers from bad pacing
Back to Karkand's maps return players to a more strategic type of multiplayer where teamwork is key for victory.
The long-awaited review of Harvest Moon on the 3DS is here. Let the Alpacalypse begin!
Fortune Street boasts a tried and true formula, but its target audience may be a bit too specific.
The strategic potential of building your own armies remains an undertapped feature in this tower defense game, which may borrow too much from its predecessor.
Trine 2 feels more like a reboot than a sequel, but that doesn't mean it isn't a fun game to play. Puzzles and fantasy tropes abound in Frozenbyte's newest title.
A quirky chapter in the Kirby franchise, Epic Yarn brings a creative blend of original style and standard platforming fun.
Having passed its 25th anniversary, The Legend of Zelda has finally been given an origin story worthy of the name 'Legend'.