Cozy games empower and engage players in a safe and gentle space. Here are some of the absolute best cozy video games.
Browsing: The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt
All great games start somewhere. In the wake of Starfield’s “start gate” controversy, here are eight of the best video game start screens.
Mini-games are often seen as distractions to a video game’s main story. But these five mini-games… are genuinely fantastic.
In this edition of Punished Chat, we discuss our 15 favorite games of the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One console generation.
It’s been a minute since my last collection of notes, and boy do I have a ton of random thoughts on all the games I’ve been playing! For the first PN of 2020, I’ll do…
Welcome back to Punished Notes, where I (occasionally) release all of my blandest and most anodyne takes on the world of video games. This week, we’ll be looking at some of my favorite user-created stages in Super Mario Maker 2, why I can’t get into a recent game everyone adores, and how I got emotional over a movie trailer after three seconds.
I love The Witcher 3, but don’t like Dragon Age: Inquisition. I can’t get into most JRPGs, but I kind of like Paper Mario: Sticker Star. I’m a huge Legend of Zelda fan, but I’ve never loved the original. The Super Nintendo is my favorite console ever, yet I don’t think I’ll ever finish Super Mario RPG or Super Metroid. … Why am I like this?
Weekend at Dave’s – Episode 4: David talks the risks of open-world design, a Google Stadia-driven future, and why he’s so darn excited for PAX East 2019.
Listen up, internet lurkers! Here are some crappy game reviews that you have probably always wanted, compared with my apparently “too political” takes.
You wouldn’t expect to see many AAA blockbusters in a backlog. However, when I took a look at my own growing piles (plural) of backlog titles, I came to a startling realization: I have a ridiculous number of AAA games I haven’t finished.