Metroid: Samus Returns, which launches this week on the Nintendo 3DS, can be added to the list of greatest games ever made for a Nintendo console. Samus Returns is technically brilliant, tense, and visually breathtaking, and there's not a moment in this game that doesn't excel well beyond the usual genre trappings.
In Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle, "Nintendo Hard" is making a comeback!
While each character is certainly useful in their own right, it’s the synergy of the entire team that should matter the most.
There are few television events like the premiere of a David Simon series; just as there are few events like an episode of television...
How does the first big-screen adaptation of Stephen King's 'IT' turn out? You'll have to listen to find out.
Mario + Rabbids has shown Mario to be the pop icon he has become. Is Mario still the plucky plumber we thought he was?
This is, ultimately, the power of the gaming medium when placed into the right pair of hands: the ability to completely replicate a feeling that the player may have never experienced
This is still among the best that television has to offer right now—it continues to experiment with form, sharpen its satirical blades and find deeper wells in which to throw down its characters only to have them climb back up more determined than ever.
This week on the Sordid Cinema podcast, Thomas O’Connor joins Patrick Murphy and Simon Howell to discuss Steven Soderbergh's out-of-retirement heist flick, Logan Lucky. In the second half of the show, we dig into M. Night Shyamalan’s Split.
The first installment in "Life is Strange: Before the Storm" is clever, polished, and hella powerful.