Fists are flying as superheroes and gaming legends collide in Marvel vs Capcom: Infinite. The X-Men are missing, and the graphics have taken an interesting turn, but do the fighting mechanics stay solid? Don’t let us down, Capcom.
The point n click genre holds a lot of nostalgia for many players, especially those who grew up on LucasArts adventures in the 90’s. Indie game Splittown plays into those memories, playing out like a classic point n click from yesteryear. The demo is available for everyone to try.
Bungie is back with their massively popular multiplayer shooter franchise, Destiny. The first game garnered a lot of fans and a dedicated community. With Destiny 2 wiping the slate, will veterans find the new content just as exciting? Assemble your Guardians, it’s time for Destiny 2.
Telltale’s Guardians of the Galaxy has been a surprisingly satisfying episodic experience thus far. Telltale has done a good job keeping true to these beloved characters, but moving into the third episode, can they keep the momentum alive? Let’s see how Episode 3 stacks up to the rest.
Speed run marathon organization Games Done Quick did their name justice, putting together a marathon to benefit victims of Hurricane Harvey in a few brief days. With over two days of speed running goodness, the fun has only begun. GDQ promises all donations will go towards the Houston Food Bank.
Yakuza Kiwami is part Streets of Rage in 3D, part River City Ransom, and all parts quirky. Following Kiryu, a member of the Dojima Yakuza family, we explore the streets of Kamurocho. It’s also a remake of the original Yakuza game, released in 2005. In a world of too many remakes, this one is welcomed.
Developer Bloober Team proved their ability to make a tense and horrifying game with their last game, Layers of Fear. Observer contains the same psychedelic reality questioning tone as its predecessor, but with a decidedly cyberpunk tone. Technology just might be the scariest thing there is.