Magic's Doctor Who crossover features cards representing the long history of the series, and the River Song card perfectly captures the character.
Dungeons and Dragons is all about telling a story with each person at the table. Respecting boundaries can save a campaign from certain doom.
Nintendo recently announced that they would be pulling online play from the WIIU and 3DS. How will this affect games and software that rely on it?
In a massive plot twist, Assassin's Creed Mirage's ending effectively ties up some of the loose ends that Assassin's Creed Valhalla left behind.
DmC: Devil May Cry was a flawed game with a lot of potential, but Soulstice improves on its best ideas while rectifying many of its mistakes.
Sonic Superstars is the perfect love letter to classic Sonic titles, delivering a nostalgic experience that will still captivate its modern audience.
Wizards has been creating a lot of Sagas in new Magic: The Gathering sets, and players may be worried about their oversaturation in decks.
Body horror has become more and more common in the indie horror gaming world in conjunction with the Covid virus becoming less of a focus. Here's why.
Fighting games are a major hit in the industry once again, but SEGA's beloved but somewhat forgotten Virtua Fighter series is still dormant.
A simple alteration to villager personalities could fix the longest ongoing issue with the Animal Crossing franchise.
From Majora’s Mask to Tears of the Kingdom, The Legend of Zelda’s most interesting titles always turn out to be sequels—and it’s not a coincidence.
Sonic Frontiers' final DLC has been heavily criticized by fans for its difficulty, and this is once again dragging down the series' reputation.
The second set for Disney's Lorcana, Rise of the Floodborn, is slated to introduce new characters, mechanics, and more to Ravensburger's breakout hit.
Spider-Man, released in 2000 for the original PlayStation, took Spidey into 3D and created the basis for Spider-Man video games that followed.