The Return of Psychonauts: Tim Schafer’s Magnum Opus
Tim Schafer’s magnum opus never achieved the commercial acclaim it deserved. So with Psychonauts 2 finally on its way, thanks to an influx of cash from a crowdfunding campaign and a company called Starbreeze, what better time than now to look at what made the original so great?
Five Great Games That Need Reboots
In the current gaming era, remasters and reboots are becoming increasingly popular. While the former just generally leads to a dash of paint and the same gaming experience, the latter is how games from years gone by really get the chance to shine again in front of a new audience and using more powerful hardware. These are the games we think could really benefit from the reboot treatment.
5 Great But Underrated Games You Need To Play
While a lot of people dedicate most of their time to the big hitters – with good reason – there are also plenty of great games out there that are worth a play, even if they didn’t end up being big hits with the critics or consumers. Here we will look at five underrated or underappreciated titles that really deserve a second look.
The Last Of Us – Where Does It Go From Here
It was an announcement that we all knew was going to come sooner or later, but it is still one that managed to send shockwaves through the gaming community. The Last of Us 2 is on its way, having been announced at Sony’s PlayStation Experience event near the beginning of December. So where might the game go? These are a couple of thoughts.
The Greatest Superhero Games Of All Time That Aren’t Named Arkham
There was a time, not so long ago, where good superhero games were few and far between. In fact, many of them ended up being unplayable messes that only served to reinforce the stigma that followed licensed properties, particularly throughout the 1990s and early 2000s. Here we look at four of the best that aren’t part of the Arkham series.
Theme Park Review: Is The Original Still The Best?
Released in 1994, Theme Park was a classic Bullfrog Productions game, combining humor with a fairly complex management sim that was both deep and accessible. However, nothing of note has come from the series since 2001, which made it all the more surprising that Theme Park Studios was announced as a PlayStation VR game. To celebrate the revival of a game that inspired a slew of imitators, let’s take a look back at what made it so vital in the first place.