Telltale’s The Walking Dead: The Video Game certainly impressed us five times over last year, mixing zombie apocalypse brutality with human tragedy, all but raising the adventure genre from the dead while simultaneously raising the bar for licensed titles.
...those who’ve already tamed the wild streets of Arkham City may wonder if it’s worth a revisit. The answer, much like the disfigured Harvey Dent, is quite two-faced.
Persona 4 Golden has me partying like it’s 1999.
There are only a few weeks left in the year, and as we wind down to the end and lurch into 2013, let’s take a look at some of the best games that 2012 gave us.
It's been a solid year for horror soundtracks – and that includes video games, thanks to composers like award-winner Cris Velasco, who told us about his amazing score for ZombiU, the first survival horror game for Nintendo's Wii U.
ZombiU may seem like little more than a tech demo for the Wii U and its promising GamePad technology (it is really, really cool), but it actually aspires to be more than that.
Electro-industrial icons Front Line Assembly created a score for an innovative new “free-to-play” video game set in a dystopian future, and that music is now available as an epic stand-alone soundtrack album. Check out our review!
With this year’s Black Ops 2 being Treyarch’s turn at bat, Zombies has risen once again, with a few new tricks up its putrescent sleeve.
We’ve come to the end of the long, bloody road through Georgia for Lee, Clementine, and whatever remains of his group of survivors.
One of the hottest games to hit stores this fall not only features its first female protagonist, but also benefits from a sweeping exotic score from multi-award-winning composer Winifred Phillips. She told us more about the music, as well as her background in radio drama and classic horror tales!