Persona 5 is a game entirely about making friends with magic teens and well-meaning (well, mostly) adults. Yet not all friends are created equal.
Injustice 2's story mode features a strong script voiced by top voice talent, but the real stunner is the way the in-game faces move when acting out the dialogue. Can you make out what Harley Quinn is saying in the animated GIF above? Hint: she's talking about Gorilla Grodd.
Traditional rhythm games give players a series of set songs to tap along to. In Project Rap Rabbit, the newly-announced collaboration between Parappa the Rapper's Masaya Matsuura and Gitaroo Man's Keiichi Yano, players participate in rap battles powered by RPG-style dialogue trees.
We're rapidly approaching the end of Destiny, a video game in which players must travel through space, finding dumb ways to entertain themselves. And now a team of raiders has done the dumbest, most impressive thing yet: beating every raid boss, challenge modes activated, without firing a single gun. Oh, and nobody died.
Just over a week ago this guy revealed Black Ops III's fifth and final Zombies DLC would be a collection of eight remastered maps from previous games by unzipping a hoodie. Set to release early this week, here are some videos showing just what they will look like.
Say you're trying your hardest in Overwatch, and there's a player or two on your team blatantly not giving a shit. Maybe it's Symmetra dropping a teleporter to a completely useless part of the map, or Roadhog just sitting down on the ground miles away from the action.
If you're playing on PC, no problem: just report the player and move on. But if you're on consoles, the process is either too aggressive or doesn't exist at all, leaving a system that's ripe for abuse.
The new PS4/PC game What Remains of Edith Finch tells the tale of a doomed family living in a mansion off the coast of Washington state. It's a cool story, but what does it all mean?
We expected the improved photo mode to be the best thing about PS4 hit Horizon Zero Dawn's new 1.13 patch. It is.
Back in 2013, I had some very unkind things to say about the DualShock 3's design. Those points still stand — this is a bad controller for playing video games — but in the years since I've grown to appreciate one thing about the DS3: it can take one hell of a beating.