For some of us, Halloween is a sacred holiday. Rather than dressing up as our favorite superheroes and dashing to the hottest party, we may partake in a more subtle celebration. After turning out the lights, powering off our phones, and settling in for a night o’ scares, we cozy up with some great horror … Continue reading 10 Horror Games to Play on Halloween
The PlayStation 4 and Xbox One has been home to some bad games, some downright broken ones, and more remasters than you’ll ever know what to do with. It also has been home to many great games. This list is for those games. A scientific, inarguable top ten list brought to you by Middle of … Continue reading Top 10 PS4 & Xbox One Games
The Mafia series is one that has always revolved around the idea of family. Whether it’s Tommy Angelo from the first game trying to protect his wife and child or Vito Scaletta working for the mob to help his mother and sister out of debt, family has been a cornerstone of the series’ stories. The … Continue reading Mafia III Gamescom 2015 Preview
October is horror month! Every year, around this time, I celebrate my favorite genre and holiday by playing as many survival horror games as I possibly can. This year I will be putting up an article a day for the whole month of October on survival horror. I thought that today would be a good … Continue reading My Top 10 Survival Horror Games Ever
Beta Open To All PC Players IGN reported yesterday that the Battlefield Hardline Beta has been extended, and is now open to all PC players.
It has been announced that Sledgehammer Games are developing this year’s Call of Duty title.
When EA was initially announced as an exclusive video game partner with Lucasfilm for Star Wars, we reached for our collective blasters waiting for the polarizing publisher to make the first slight on the beloved property. Then the announcements came – a third-person action game from Visceral Games headed by Amy Hennig of Uncharted fame and … Continue reading Star Wars Battlefront II hints at a motivated EA
In the first press conference of E3, EA stepped up to show what they have plan for the future of EA Games. They showed off new games that are coming soon and some that will arrive years from now.
EA and Visceral teamed up a long time ago in a galaxy far, far away — and that’s pretty much all we’ve known about their upcoming Star Wars game. Now we’ve been gifted a few precious details, but will the game be what we expected?
Attention all PlayStation 4 users in North America. This weekend, all online multiplayer games will be free to play, and won’t require the PlayStation Plus subscription. I repeat “FREE TO PLAY.”