AI isn't an artist, it's a thief.
October is the busiest month of 2023, which despite the best effort of CEOs, has seen the release of a lot of good games.
Midnight Suns and Guardians of the Galaxy are both great, so why can't Marvel's games catch a break?
Exploring Krat has me yearning for Yharnam.
No golf club involved.
Alan Wake 2 looks great, but the first's nightmare-inspired level design never grabbed me.
Larian's RPG is great in co-op, but even better playing side-by-side with a friend in a separate campaign.
I'll believe it when I see it.
Three of the year's biggest game are surprisingly complex for mainstream hits.
There are echoes of The French Dispatch and The Grand Budapest Hotel, but Anderson's new short is a truly unique work.
I'll wait as long as I need to for a bug-free Act 3.
Baldur's Gate 3 isn't the only great tactical RPG with a focus on character relationships released in the last year.
The Wonderful Story of Henry Sugar is on Netflix now, with three more shorts following later in the week.
Starting a co-op campaign has me worried my single-player party will never reach the finish line.
Texts and phone calls feel like a natural part of life in Night City.
When a whole settlement turns against you, how do you make it through alive?
The Division 3 studio has a LOT on its plate right now.