Once upon a time, the universe exploded, and that made life. Or, you know, started that process at least.
Every co-op gamer has one friend in which they perfectly gel.
The long-awaited sequel to Mount and Blade: Warband was spoken in the same breath as Half-Life 3.
Bonfire feels like both a bite-sized adventure and a romp through an endless forest.
As PCs and home consoles get better and faster over the years we've seen racing games split paths.
There are over 100 cities around the world that have “Chinatown” areas, communities with large ethnically Chinese populations in close proximity.
Survival games come and go, when titles like Rust, Ark: Survival Evolved, and Don't Starve Together, seem to have a hard time keepi
Anyone who’s ever read, watched, listened to or heard about Harry Potter for more than 5 minutes pretty much wants to go to Hogwarts now.
Though I am American born and raised, my family on both sides comes from India.
A lot of games try to capture a comic book style. Its been a thing since 1995's Comix Zone ended up doing it nearly perfectly.
It seems a little strange how few Game of Thrones video games we've actually gotten.
Legend of Keepers: Career of a Dungeon Master is a perfect example of video games being Pringles.
The story of Wasteland is a fascinating one, and I'm not talking about the in-game lore.
The Batman Miniature Game is a tabletop skirmish game set in dark DC Universe setting of Gotham .
Even a casual browser of Steam's wares is spoiled for choice when it comes to roguelikes these days.
Every year since 2016, Three Fields Entertainment releases a new game.
In the far future, humanity lives in underground bunkers.
There are some people out there who are tired of Shovel Knight.
It’s no secret that we’re big fans of Core Space over here at TechRaptor, and as it was voted our Reader’s Choice winner for the
It's strange to think that, at one point, the only representation of Magic: The Gathering in video games was a
One of the great paradoxes of writing about games is knowing about every new release and not having the time to play any of them.
The first console I got as a kid was the PlayStation 1, in all of its big honkin’ brick-like glory.
It’s an accepted fact for most that the Nintendo 64 is a hard console to return to.
The floorboards creak under your feet as you creep down a dusty corridor.