The Nintendo Switch launches with the most ambitious Zelda title to date. See what makes The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild an instant classic in our review
Noticed we don’t have a Nintendo Switch review? We’ll tell you why.
Halo Wars 2 brings back solid, streamlined strategy tuned for consoles, with a new hook that may keep players coming back long-term. Our review.
Horizon Zero Dawn is a composite of recognizable pieces from other games, but it's much more than the sum of its parts. Our review.
Knights, Vikings, and Samurai, oh my! See what we thought of our historically inaccurate time with For Honor.
Find out what we thought of Sólfar Studios' Everest VR on the Oculus Rift.
I sniped my way through Italy in World War II and loved it in Rebellion's latest stealth shooter.
Team Ninja's SoulsGaiden-like marries the best of Dark Souls and Ninja Gaiden with a little Bloodborne stirred in.
The Baker family invited us into their home with open arms. How was our stay? Our review.
Gravity Queen Kat returns, but does she ascend to the sky or come crashing to earth? Our review.
This title has style and flair, but heavy-handed writing and lack of substance and identity make the experience suffer.
We take a look at Logitech’s latest wireless headset, the G533.
A ten-year development cycle only brought better things for the latest main title Final Fantasy.
Steep has some interesting moments, but it's ultimately pretty shallow. Read on for our early impressions.
Is Fumito Ueda's latest worth jumping into after all these years? Our review.
Dead Rising 4 unabashedly goes back to its roots with a familiar hero and setting, but can it recapture the magic? Our review.
Shacknews has spent the last few weeks testing out the brand new Oculus Touch controllers for Oculus Rift. Oculus may have the best solution for hand presence in virtual reality. Our review.
The game does very little different from the original, and that's a good thng. Our review.
Protip: There are no Falco songs in Watch Dogs 2. Our review.
Obsidians latest cRPG, Tyranny, is now available around the world. But does it live up to the legacy of its predecessors? Our review.