PAX Prime 2012 was full of good games both big and small. We covered the big ones, now here are our favorite indie titles that we saw in Seattle...
Sometimes, you just can't seem to get things right the first time--but when given a second chance, you knock it out of the park. It's happened to all of us, game developers included. These are the sequels that were an astounding improvement over the mediocre first entry...
Sequels are sure to be the focus of this year's E3, and we couldn't be more excited. But what about the neglected games and franchises that deserve another entry? Unlikely though they may be, if these sequels were miraculously announced this week, we'd thank our lucky stars...
Capture the Flag. Domination. Team… those things. These words have made up a
familiar vocabulary for multiplayer games over the past 15 years or so, and they’ve
been standard in nearly every game that’s allowed one player to shoot at
another. These days, however, “standard” is seldom enough, and this year it
seems like every other big fall release wants to reinvent, deepen or otherwise
put its own unique spin on competitive and co-op play.
Some of those
spins are more interesting than others, and they’re resulting in a fall lineup
that – in spite of being composed largely of sequels – is doing enough big, unusual
things with multiplayer to make even the most steadfast solo gamers take
interest. And now that another annual 24-hour marathon is safely behind us, it
seems like as good a time as any to take a look at the unique stuff that lies