Ronin puts you the role of a motorcycle helment wearing ninja, who can dodge bullets and deliver death with every leap. However, the game's unforgiving nature tends to sap much of the fun out of vengeance. Our review.
Steven Wong, Shacknews managing editor, makes his picks for the 5 best games from the first-half of 2015.
The Arkham series of games that started with Batman: Arkham Asylum is now officially over. So where does Rocksteady Studios go from here? Shacknews takes a look at some options, assuming the developer decides to continue its relationship with Warner Bros and DC Comics.
Batman: Arkham Knight tries really hard to keep the "no kill" rule in effect, but there are games that will give players the option to be as violent as they want, or to go through without taking a single life.
The Chatty community has voted and their voices have been heard. These are their 5 best games from the first-half of 2015.
It's a light week for new releases, arguably led by the latest installment of BlazBlue for next-gen consoles.
Untold Games upcoming title, Loading Human, is the perfect example of everything that a virtual reality experience should be, and it showcases the power, and effectiveness of the Motion Controller as a vital part of the gameplay.
It's the last weekend to pick up the June freebies, but there are also some other big-time deals to be found. That includes a discount across 2K's catalog on PlayStation and Wolfenstein on Xbox One.
There aren't a lot of deals out there, now that the Summer Sale dust has cleared. But Steam is offering up a free weekend for half a dozen Total War games, while Get Games, Bundle Stars, and Green Man Gaming offer a handful of good deals of their own.
Batman: Arkham Knight proves that having a tragic childhood can definitely build character, but the Dark Knight is not alone in his pain. Here are some of the most famous orphan characters in video games.
Batman: Arkham Knight gets high marks for action, but it also reveals the Dark Knight's secret superpower: to suspend disbelief beyond reason. Here are some of the whackier elements the game has to offer.
The Legend of Zelda series is getting another co-op adventure, this time with an emphasis on verticality that accents the 3DS capabilities. Plus, you can play dress-up.
Tales from the Borderlands is more than halfway home, but that means there are four more burning questions to be asked after the events of 'Catch A Ride.' We even threw in a bonus question, for fun.
Rocksteady’s latest bout in the Batman series is a final farewell to the caped crusader. Is Batman the hero that Gotham Deserves? Or does the newest Dark Knight adventure fall short? Our review.
E3 2015 showcased a ton of exciting games, including plenty of cooperative titles to look forward to. Here's a quick look at what awaits willing and able teams.
With most of the biggest announcements available only as trailers and guided playthroughs, E3 2015 raises the question: what's the point of attending in person?
While E3 2015 was a showcase for mainstream games, Shacknews also checked out a handful of great-looking indie games at the show. Here are some of the ones that stood out.
Batman: Arkham Knight is suffering from major performance issues on the PC. Here are some tips on how to get the game working right, so you can spend less time toying around with settings and more time busting heads.
Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 goes even further down the path of sci-fi spectacle, to the point that it resembles a Marvel movie more than a realistic military shooter.
The players are changing, but the goal is the same. Everyone's out to find a Vault in the third episode of Tales from the Borderlands, which follows the continuing tale of Rhys and Fiona while introducing even more players from the Borderlands world. Our impressions.