Tension builds from the moment you fire up Until Dawn, and by the end of the first few minutes, you know that it’s going to be a great game. From the absolutely gorgeous visuals to the campy teenage dialogue, it’s an instant classic that reinvigorates the genre.


It’s undoubtedly a good thing when Nintendo starts releasing older titles on the eShop that are otherwise fairly difficult to find or play. But does VS. Excitebike, originally only released on the Famicom Disk System in Japan in 1988, offer enough extra content compared to the original to justify a purchase?


It’s not perfect, but Splatoon has a lot of things going for it. First off, most of the modes are not focused on killing other players, but on coloring the ground with your ink gun in a “turf war.” This surprisingly ends up being a lot of fun.


Shapes of Gray is a curious little creature. It’s a game that willingly eschews the colorful palette available for modern games in favor of, well, shades of gray. It’s a fairly simple game that starts out slow but eventually rounds the bend into an enjoyable experience.


Few games released in 2015 have generated the controversy, and in some cases, outright fury, than that of The Order: 1886. Blasted by countless media outlets for its short length, it hasn’t received the consideration it deserves; behind the problems […]