It’s a triumph of kitschy presentation, meta-humour and gamer culture. If that isn’t reason enough, I don’t know what is.
With comprehensive control options and an endless number of things to do, it’s got everything you need to whet your appetite for all things on four wheels.
We tried out the latest version (DK2) of the Oculus Rift at a recent AMD event with demos of Crysis 3 and Alien: Isolation, and came away impressed with the VR tech.
It simply boils down to what you want to play. If you’re looking for a (not so definitive) all-in-one solution to your media needs that happens to also have a solid roster of exclusive games, jump right in.
The New Order is a fun ride if you can stomach the cost of admission and quirks that go along with it. It’s refreshingly old school, much like the choice of vinyl over MP3.
If you were expecting a game that’s all action from the very beginning, be warned: Watch Dogs is somewhat of a slow burn. Throw in characters that are anything but cliché and dialogue that isn’t gag-worthy, and you have a game that’s rather competent.
Barring a few issues with pacing and difficulty, Child of Light is a fantastic adventure that’s worth your time and energy.
To everyone but the hardcore Metal Gear fans, this is a wanton cash grab. This should have been a demo or, at the very least, an add-in with another game.
With Titanfall just around the corner, we look at back at one of the most influential multiplayer shooters ever.
While most games bearing the South Park moniker have been middling at best, The Stick of Truth appears to be cut from a different cloth.
In part two, Rishi Alwani details his top five games of the generation gone by.
Yes, next-gen is here, but with some strings attached and conditions that apply.
Arkham Origins might not be the superhero game you want, or one you expected, but it’s entertaining enough to bookend the Arkham trilogy in a manner befitting its predecessors.
If you had to buy just one game this year, Grand Theft Auto V could very well be that game.
Considering that other first-party publishers are phoning it in and playing it safe, it’s nice to see a charming platformer with a more than ample amount of ingenuity to boot.
It might not be the most tech-packed game nor does it boast a slew of features, but it has heart and an attitude, with gameplay chops that will keep you coming back.
If you’re a fan of the series or simply looking for an excuse to switch on your Vita, look no further.
Remember Me is an aesthetically pleasing game, but ultimately fails to realise its own potential, becoming yet another linear action game.
Microsoft India has confirmed that the Xbox One will not be launching in India this year.
A gamer’s heartfelt letter to Microsoft regarding their Xbox One shenanigans.
If you can overlook the graphics, Resident Evil: Revelations is a return to form for a series that’s had its fair share of ups and downs.
In spite of some minor issues and the drama preceding its release, Metro: Last Light is a fantastic sequel that improves on most, if not all aspects of it’s predecessor.
With the Last of Us, developer Naughty Dog have gone out of their way to craft a world and fiction that feels genuine, authentic and downright believable.
Injustice: Gods Among Us is an engaging and enthralling super-hero themed fighter that never quite realises its full potential.