Don't-Miss Game Stories
Anomaly 2 is an enjoyable tower-attack game. The multiplayer mode available on the Mac and PC versions provides enough of a challenge to make it worth buying.
Despite some decent graphics and some RPG trimming, AVP: Evolution manages to disappoint on nearly every level.
Firaxis Games' latest iOS title proves that console-quality gaming is possible on mobile devices.
With more enemies, environments, and heroes, Kingdom Rush Frontiers is the sequel we've been waiting for.
A great game makes you want to spend more time exploring and understanding its universe; with Star Command, I can't wait to get lost again in pixelated space.
Evoland's central gimmick of gradually unlocking features and tropes is compelling and fun. However, the underlying game could be deeper.
All Star Racing isn’t a particularly difficult or challenging game so it will probably only appeal to very young players.
The core elements of Knights of the Old Republic—great storytelling, sharp dialogue with fully realized-characters, and an immersive, deep world—shine all the brighter on the iPad.
This polished endless runner game will keep you on your toes with different gestures, upgrades and power-ups, and excellent animation.
This Mac game's dark, gritty story and almost limitless potential for role playing and expansion will have you hooked in for the long haul.
Injustice: Gods Among Us isn't the flag-waving, triumphant debut of DC Comics on the iOS platform, but it's way more fun than it ought to be.
SmartGlass is a boon to Xbox owners, giving them a surprising amount of control over their console, as well as letting them access their Xbox Live online presence.
No longer are rainbows, sparkly dolphins, and synth-pop ballads limited to acid trips in your high school buddy's Astro Van.