2013 is going to be an amazing year. Jay Krieger tells us what games he is looking forward to.
Because we hadn't quite covered enough games from 2012. Here is the real Final 'Best Loved Games and Biggest Disappointment of 2012'
You shoot stuff. Stuff dies. Pick up dead stuff’s weapons. Go shoot more stuff till it dies.
Jay Krieger looks at,The Binding of Issac, which utilizes an older and simpler style of gameplay that is pleasantly charming in the way that it plays.
Payday: The Heist effectively translates your favourite action films from the big screen to your PC monitor
Wolfenstein got the first-person shooter ball rolling but Doom was the game that made the FPS all the rage in PC gaming
Rudimentary blocks have never looked so good
Looking back at a classic fantasy-themed Real Time Strategy game
Bullets, Blood and the brain-matter of the undead. London has never felt so inviting.
Jay Krieger gives us his impressions of Red Dead Redemption, Crackdown 2 and the other games at PAX East.
Protect your homestead from hordes of the undead using a variety of crazy plants. Seems logical to me!
Do you like isometric cameras, lush graphics, looting, bumping & grinding? Budget PC game Torchlight sure does!
Doom 3 goes all portable in this on-rails reimagining of 2004's scariest game. No need to upgrade your PC this time!
The godfather of first person shooters comes to the iPhone with a turn-based, role-playing twist.
Returning in somewhat 2D form, Chinatown Wars is the first ever handheld GTA. But how does it survive the transition?