Category Archives: Video Games

How to Vote for the Best Sports Game of All Time and Win Prizes!

Sports gamers unite! It’s time to vote in IGN’s Best Sports Video Games Showdown Contest! We’ve created a seeded, elimination tournament featuring the 32 greatest sports video games of all-time across four ultra-competitive regions: Traditional Sports; Arcade Sports; Racing/Fighting; and Wildcard. Fan Voting: March 29th 10am PT to April 13th 12am PT Want a chance… Read More »

Bramble: The Mountain King’s Dark Themes Make it Stand Out

Depressing fantasy worlds are nothing new, yet Bramble: The Mountain King surprised me with its dark Nordic folklore. Instead of sanitizing these fairy tales like a classic Disney film, Dimfrost Studio openly embraces its most disturbing elements, presenting a twisted world brimming with atmosphere. Calling this grim adventure a horror game isn’t quite right, though… Read More »

Best Anime Series on Netflix Right Now (April 2023)

April is here, but sadly it doesn’t look like Netflix intends to take its foot off the brakes when it comes to releasing anime series. For the second month in a row, there are no new additions to the library. Previously scheduled for a spring release, the anime movie Black Clover: Sword of the Wizard… Read More »

Bloober Team Clarifies Release Status About Silent Hill 2

Bloober Team has come out and clarified rumors surrounding the Silent Hill 2 remake release status, as well as some inaccurate translations and out-of-context statements. This comes after Bloober Team president Pitor Babieno gave an interview with the Polish site last week, reportedly saying that the game was “technically ready.” “As the Bloober Team,… Read More »

Luna Abyss Is a Movement-First Bullet-Hell FPS Set in a Space Prison

The archetypical bullet hell shooter — think Ikaruga or TwinBee — are top-down, two-dimensional aerial battlefields locked on an infinite vertical scroll. One daring spaceship or fighter jet must evade a wild morass of spherical, slow-moving projectiles, while destroying an armada of puny, fragile interceptors. In that sense, Luna Abyss deviates from the established tradition… Read More »