Dark Souls meets Tenchu. That is all you need to know, but here’s more.
Gambit couples Destiny 2's well-honed PvE experience with its intense PvP combat.
Shacknews took a look at Compulsion Games' highly anticipated survival game at E3 Judges Week 2018. Check out our preview.
Shacknews took a look at the latest from VR developer Survios. Does the boxing game punch above its weight? Our preview.
This chicken isn't clucking around.
We tried out Can't Drive This by Pixel Maniacs and it is worth a look. Our impressions.
Praise the lord and pass the ammo! The beginning of the end is nigh and only The Father can save our mortal souls!
Shacknews took a look at the latest high-end virtual reality experience at CES 2018.
The team at Oculus has something special on their hands with the latest VR HMD prototype, Project Santa Cruz.
These alien bastards are gonna pay for making a mediocre game!
How much has Chloe Price's life changed since her father died? The full answer will come when Life is Strange: Before the Storm releases at the end of August, but Shacknews recently ventured to San Diego Comic-Con to go hands-on with the first part of the premiere episode, as well as witness just how different Chloe's life is becoming.
Shacknews has hands-on impressions of Super Mario Odyssey from the show floor at E3 2017.
Ghost Recon: Wildlands is a franchise revival that might just have what it takes to make the dormant series relevant again.
To properly understand the strategy of Nintendo Switch, think of it more as a successor to the 3DS than the Wii U.
Raw Data is a new cooperative wave survival game for the HTC Vive. It’s currently in Early Access, but this hasn’t stopped it from being one of the most polished VR titles available right now.
Valve goes back to The Lab for some much-needed humor.
Shacknews plays Unravel and gets all tangled up with Yarny.
Shacknews joins the ongoing battle between vegetation and the undead horde with an early look at Plants vs Zombies: Garden Warfare 2. If you thought the first game added a sense of weirdness to team-based battle, just wait until time travel and killer citrus is involved.
Indivisible is a new side-scrolling action role-playing game being developed by Lab Zero (of Skullgirls fame) that recently started its crowdfunding campaign on Indiegogo. We got to play the early prototype while at the New York Comic Con, and we're already hooked.
Shacknews goes head-to-head in Umbrella Corps, a competitive team based multiplayer shooter based in the Resident Evil universe. As expected, things can quickly get out of hand when zombies are wandering around nearby.