Chariot is a quirky co-op physics based puzzle game with a strange twist. In it, a princess promises her recently deceased father that she'll take his remains to a special burial site surrounded by riches.
Grey Goo takes players back to the classic era of real-time strategy games, featuring diverse factions and thoughtful gameplay. We test our skills to see if we can win control of the galaxy.
E3 has come and gone, and all that's left is to formally recognize the games that wowed convention-goers the most. The E3 Game Critics Awards have been announced, and Evolve came out on top.
Insomniac Games' exclusive Xbox One title is shaping up to be a good time.
I check out Alien: Isolation and put my survival skills to the test against a viscous alien out to kill me. It turns out, I don't have any.
In the wake of Microsoft's E3 press conference, we took a moment to talk to Redmond Game Studios general manager Matt Booty. Check out the videos below for talk of the Xbox One strategy, Scalebound, Fable Legends, and more.
Shacknews covered the initial reveal for Nintendo's Code Name: S.T.E.A.M. firsthand during E3 2014. For those looking to see some of that announcement for themselves, Nintendo has released a condensed version of the media session, along with some early gameplay footage.
We check out the Sims 4 to see how realistic virtual life can get.
E3 has come and gone and this week's edition of Shack Reels would like to reveal five of the coolest sights from the E3 show floor and beyond.
Dreadnought makes a point of showcasing its huge capital ships, but the mechanics prove that like any class-based game, the heavy is nothing without some proper support.
The Division puts players in the role of special agents tasked with establishing order and rebuilding society after a virus decimates New York City. We check out some of the gear and skills agents will have at their disposal and some of the dangers lurk in a post apocalyptic city.
Pillars of Eternity is looking to live up to the vaunted legacy created by classic Infinity Engine games. If the opening stages are any indication, it's well on its way.
We get a first-look at Hunt: Horrors of a Gilded Age; a third-person action RPG set in the late 1800s, where players band together to seek out and kill supernatural creatures.
Yoshi's Woolly World and Kirby and the Rainbow Curse are showing off how Nintendo's great art direction can get even better with a little texture.
Battlefield: Hardline pits Police against Criminals in an all-out war on the city streets. We put our skills to the test in the beta and see how well the game upholds the Battlefield name.
E3 2014 has come and gone, and we're still processing all that we saw and did at the big show. One way to get it all out in the open is a nice long chat, and you can listen in. Hear four of us talk about some of our favorite games, our disappointments, and our take on who "won" E3.
We talked to some people on the E3 show floor about Oculus Rift, and here's what they had to say.
The Alienware Alpha was recently announced, and it's a genuine Windows PC designed to work as though it were a console gaming system.
There were some great games at E3... but some conspicuously were missing...
E3 has come and gone, and with it came some fantastic showpieces for the coming year and beyond. Like everyone who attends the annual spectacle, the Shack staff had its own standouts and favorites. Each of us picked a handful of games that knocked our socks off, and you can see the aftermath of our de-socking below. Check them out, and let us know which games caught your fancy in Chatty.