Yes, they took all the great moments of Mario Party and created Pac-Man Party, with similar results: the game is a ton of fun to play for kids of all ages.
Reviewer Neal Sayatovich takes a look at the raging battle between interactive and storybook-type cutscenes in games, and decides that which one is best may come down to user preference.
Ace Combat: Assault Horizon is a breathtaking flight simulation combat title with a surprising amount of depth, variety and replay ability. Best simulation ever? Perhaps.
Great movie tie-in games aren’t extinct, as Telltale’s latest title, Jurassic Park: The Game proves abundantly. Fun, exciting and a little on the dark side, this is not one to miss.
Poor graphics prove to be the X factor that keeps X-Men Destiny from getting a high review grade, but there are many other annoyances with this sub-par beat-em-up.
Fate of the World challenges players to solve realistic environmental and political catastrophes based on real world events. And saving the world for real is hard work.
The Book of Unwritten Tales is a solid point and click adventure that doesn’t really push the genre in any new directions, but might satisfy the yearnings of adventure gamers.
Sometimes, they come back. Drakensang: Complete Saga is an older RPG that has been re-released to work with modern computers. But it comes with the same old flaws.
Making History II: War of the World is an incredibly deep strategy game that puts you in the driver’s seat of almost any country on the planet at the outset of World War II.
Recently, horror games have been in decline. And reviewer Neal Sayatovich says that even supposedly scary games lose their way amid high-firepower and over-the-top gore.