EA has teamed up with Petroglyph to remaster not only Command & Conquer, but Red Alert and both games’ expansions, all in one package. No word on a release date—the project has just started—but with members of the original Westwood team working on it, it should end up much better than a silly mobile game.
The story is familiar and the players are the same, but the scenery has never looked so good. Gorgeous visuals abound in our latest trip through the Kanto region, making Pokémon Let’s Go! Pikachu and Eevee the prettiest pocket monster games yet. Take a look!
Back in 1998, Insomniac Games gave us a small purple dragon who’s a joy to control, colorful free-roaming playgrounds and backed with exquisite music. The Spyro Reignited Trilogy looks different, but it feels just as good.
Two years ago DC and Mattel launched the DC Super Hero Girls toy line, bringing comic book characters to the woefully underserved audience of young women. Now Marvel and Hasbro follow suit with Marvel Rising: Secret Warriors, a line of dolls that highlights the publisher’s diverse roster of young adult heroes,…
Normal mechanical keyboard switches are either on or off. The switches in Cooler Master’s programmable ControlPad are analog, giving users pinpoint control over things like acceleration or movement. It’s sort of like the Wooting One I reviewed earlier this year, only much smaller. Check it out on Kickstarter.
Darling it’s better down where it’s wetter, take it from Aquaman, the half-human Atlantean monarch who’s fighting for his crown in today’s massive edition to Daybreak’s long-running superhero MMO.
If you’ve ever looked up a video game console on Wikipedia, odds are you’re familiar with the work of Evan Amos. Annoyed by the low quality of console images in the online encyclopedia, Amos began taking and sharing his own console photos. Amos’ passion for gaming and photographic skills come together beautifully in …
The cutest Final Fantasy adventure ever isn’t quite as cute on the Switch. While it lacks the sharpness and clarity of its PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC counterparts, World of Final Fantasy Maxima is just as enjoyable on Nintendo’s hardware. Update: A game glitch is partly responsible for the rough edges.
It’s a good year for drum-based rhythm games. Hot on the heels of the wonderfully quirky Gal Metal for the Switch, Bandai Namco’s released two new Taiko no Tatsujin drum games, one for Nintendo’s console and one for PlayStation 4. Which one to get depends on which sort of rhythm gamer you are.
After two years of purchasing booster packs simply to admire the gorgeous art of Square Enix’s Final Fantasy Trading Card Game, I’m finally ready to play, thanks to the incredibly handy “Villains & Heroes” two-player starter set.
Chuck Norris references. Anal jokes. Killing two dozen raptors to harvest ten raptor heads. The Barrens. Shit, after two hours of the World of Warcraft Classic demo, I’m still in the Barrens. It’s an inescapable nightmare, which is to say it’s perfect.
Picking up an action figure of your favorite character at the store is all well and good, but what if you could spend several hours assembling one from scratch? Putting together these Star Wars character kits from Bandai and Bluefin is a lot more fun than it sounds.
World of Warcraft’s first major post-Battle for Azeroth content update, Tides of Vengeance, launches on December 11, but that’s not important right now. The update after that, Rise of Azshara, will take players to the naga home of Azjatar, the lost gnome city of Mechagon, and beyond.
It’s no Warcraft 4, but Warcraft 3 sure looks good remastered in 4K. Warcraft 3: Reforged is coming out next year to remind everyone where World of Warcraft came from.
Announced today at Blizzcon 2018, World of Warcraft Classic will launch in the summer of 2019. Fans attending the convention or watching via the virtual ticket can download a demo of the legacy version of the game this weekend to see how hard we had it back in 2004.
If I didn’t know Save Me Mr. Tako: Tasukete Tako-San was a tribute to retro handheld games, I could easily be convinced it was a long-lost Game Boy classic.
Last year keyboard maker Azio introduced the Retro Classic, a full-size luxury keyboard sporting typewriter-style keys and a real leather finish. Now the company is back with the R.C.K., a streamlined mechanical keyboard with a compact layout and Bluetooth support. There’s even a genuine walnut version.
Here’s the first trailer for that MediEvil remaster Sony mentioned last year. Sir Daniel Fortesque is looking as fine as he possibly can, given his state. While the remake isn’t coming to the PS4 until sometime in 2o19, it’s a good day to remind folks about games starring skellingtons.