Not every game needs to be 200 hours long, and frankly, not every game should even try to be. Sometimes the best stories are the ones that don't overstay their welcome, and these games prove it. Here are 22 great games from 2014 that you can probably get all the way through on your lunch break.
On Black Friday, retailers such as GameStop, Walmart, and Target will be offering up significant discounts on their game selections. For your convenience, we've grouped the deals that have leaked so far, letting you see which stores will have the best prices on the games you're looking for.
Black Friday approaches, and if you're looking to finally pick up a new console, Thursday/Friday will probably be the best time to do it this year. If you already have a PS4, there will also be some great deals on games going on later this week. Here's our round-up of the best PS4 deals.
With Black Friday and the holiday season nearly upon us, the savvy and thrifty gamer will no doubt be turning to Steam for some incredible deals. If you’re aiming to save a lot of money on some great games, these four rules can help you make the most out of the upcoming sale events.
2014 was our first "full" year of Xbox One games since the console was released in late 2013, giving us our first good look at what some of its best-reviewed titles are. These are the 10 most critically well-received Xbox One games this year overall.
Listen up, you pencil-necked geeks! I recently got my hands the PS4 version of Take Two Interactive’s WWE 2K15, the first iteration of the annual WWE wrestling simulation game since THQ finally bit the big one last year. Considering how much hype this game has received, and the brutally stripped-down inferior version that was released on last-gen consoles a month before it came out, I went in with my defenses up, cautiously optimistic. Thankfully, WWE 2K15 (mostly) holds up to its many praises, though it’s a long way off from being the perfect wrestling game.
Like any year, 2014 saw its share of Call of Duty's and Assassin's Creed's and such; but on the fringes of all that AAA nonsense were a couple of games that went for something a little bit... stranger.
Games get canceled all the time, but rarely do we ever hear very much about them. Usually, they're canned well before the public is aware of their existence, with the studios quietly pushing the project under the rug (or recycling the work into new games entirely). These games however, failed pretty spectacularly.
It's been just a hair over a year since the PlayStation 4 debuted in 2013, and with about 12 months of games behind us now, we can finally get a pretty good look at what some of the console's top titles are.
We've gotten our first taste of the Halo 5: Guardians multiplayer beta, and it's likely going to prove more than a little bit controversial among the diehard fanbase. That being said, if you can get over the fact that this certainly isn't a return to Halo 2, there's a lot to love in Guardians, despite (and in some ways, because of) its tendency to stray from the Halo formula.