Reviews on the Run
Breaking the Silence with The Whispered World II
Fans of the stylish point-and-click adventure game The Whispered World will be happy to know that a sequel is on the way, titled Silence: The Whispered World II. Jose has a look at what's new this time around.
An Early Look at Nosgoth
Shaun sinks his teeth into Nosgoth, a new online game that pits humans and vampires against each other and takes place in the same universe as the Legacy of Kain series.
The Transformations of Transformers Universe
Jose gets a new look at the robotic MMO Transformers Universe, and finds out how it's setting up its own Transformers continuity.
How The Evil Within Keeps Survival Horror Alive
Shaun Hatton braces himself for The Evil Within, Shinji Mikami's return to survival horror
Batman Is Cold As Ice In This Week’s Sonar
Marissa tells us about the new games landing this week in the Sonar, including the Batman: Arkham Origins - Cold, Cold Heart DLC and Demon Gaze for the PS Vita
Jose goes dungeon crawling with a look at Gauntlet, the HD remake of the classic hack and slash arcade game.
Expanding Europa Universalis IV
The historical strategy game Europa Universalis IV is getting its second expansion, Wealth of Nations, so Jose catches up with project lead Thomas Johansson to find out what's new.
Final Fantasy Hits PS4 In The Sonar
Marissa tells us about the new games landing this week in the Sonar, including the PS4 version of Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn.
Tinkering with The Last Tinker: City of Colors
The new 3D platformer The Last Tinker: City of Colors is inspired by classics like Banjo-Kazooie, Jak and Daxter, and Psychonauts, so Jose finds out more.
Making Things Different in Zombies Monsters Robots
Zombies Monsters Robots combines zombies, monsters, and robots, duh. Jose catches up with producer Matthew Denomme to learn more about how they're doing it.
What’s New in Warlock 2: The Exiled?
Jose takes a look at Warlock 2: The Exiled, the sequel to the 4X turn-based strategy game Warlock: Master of the Arcane, to find out what new features are coming this time around.
Investigating Sherlock Holmes: Crimes & Punishments
Sherlock Holmes is back on the case in the new adventure game Crimes & Punishments, so Jose uses his powers of deduction to find out what's new.
What Makes The Crew Stand Out?
Jose chats with Julian Gerighty, creative director on The Crew, to see what it takes to make a racer stand out in 2014.
Conquering New Worlds in Eden Star
What do you get when you combine physics-based combat, destructible environments, and free-running, and then put them in outer space? The answer is the new game Eden Star, and Jose has all the details.
Hitting the Street with Watch Dogs
Is Big Brother watching you? Shaun heads to Ubisoft's Watch Dogs Live event to learn more about hacking, and catches up with computer science professor Alexander Ferworn to find out just how close to reality the game really is.
Building Your Own Space Station in Spacebase DF-9
Jose finds out how players can build and manage their own space station in the new Double Fine Productions game Spacebase DF-9.
Elder Scrolls Online Among This Week’s New Games
Marissa tells us about the new games landing this week in the Sonar, including MLB 14: The Show and The Elder Scrolls Online.
Exploring The Elder Scrolls Online
The Elder Scrolls Online is finally here, so we get a new look at the game's massive world and what you'll get to do while you're there.
The Wonderful Toys of Batman: Arkham Knight
Jose gets an early look at the upcoming videogame Batman: Arkham Knight, and find out how players will finally be able to get behind the wheel of the Batmobile.
Does Alien: Isolation Finally Do The Franchise Justice?
Jose catches up with Alien: Isolation design lead Clive Lindop to learn more about the setting and time period of the new survival horror game, and how it's inspired by Ridley Scott's original Alien film.
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