Novelizations of videogames have been hit or miss, but Cam Rogers’ Quantum Break book grabs readers from the first page and never let’s go until the exciting conclusion. If only all videogame novels were this good.
Agatha Christie: The ABC Murders follows upon Evil Under the Sun from 2007. Armed with a new developer and lots of classic material, can The ABC Murders do detective Hercule Poirot justice?
Forget getting medieval on your butt, Far Cry Primal aims to get downright primitive. The game feels familiar enough to other Far Cry titles that anyone can pick it up quickly, but it’s also very unique in a way that we don’t often find these days. Put this one on your list!
Everyone probably used to race toy cars around their bedrooms when they were little. Super Toy Cars takes that concept and makes it real, bringing every kid’s imaginary raceways to life. Is that enough to help Super Toy Cars capture the checkered flag? Jump to the starting line and find out.
Mark Twain meets Oregon Trail in The Flame in the Flood, a survival adventure game where you plot the fate of a little girl and her dog using just your wits and a leaky raft. This is a beautiful surprise hit that everyone should check out!
It’s been a long time since we came across a horror title where the storytelling’s creeping dread takes front and center. Mixing in great works of art just adds fuel to the white-hot horror fire of Layers of Fear.
The most effective way to play Just Cause 3 is to free your thoughts of all physical constraints and do whatever crosses your mind regardless of real-world physics. Assume all is possible, and it probably is in Just Cause 3.
TimeWaster Billy is off duty for Christmas, but no worries, as we have a cool app review from Marie. Gather up the eggnog and enjoy the hidden object game Frankenstein: Master of Death, a title a bit more at home during a different holiday.
Instead of one of our Call of Duty hardcore players, we let a complete novice try out Call of Duty: Black Ops III. The results were surprising, and lets Black Ops III join 2015’s perfect score club. This year’s COD is number one with a bullet(s).
One Upon Light is a puzzle adventure where the focus is solidly on the puzzle aspect. Although the storyline is a little bit threadbare, the unique focus on light and shadow keeps it interesting.