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Torment: Tides of Numenera Review

Tides of Numenera is the Kickstarter-borne spiritual follow-up to Planescape, a 1999 cult classic. Numenera is a single-player RPG with an emphasis on text and dialogue, and while it's not set in the same universe as Planescape, it approaches similar themes from intriguingly different angles. Oh, it's also similar to Planescape in that it's really good.

Check out the awesome Torment: Tides of Numenera story trailer

It’s been almost four years since the spiritual successor to one of the greatest role-playing video games of all time - 1999’s Planescape: Torment - was announced. But on February 28, after being in early access for over twelve months,…

Dark Souls III Review: A lovely sendoff for the Dark Souls series

Dark Souls 3 is an action RPG in which players are thrust into a gothic fantasy world and asked to survive against brutal odds. The narrative connects to the first two games, but story takes a backseat to action, so newcomers won’t feel totally lost. In Dark Souls 3, players travel to Lothric, a land of ash and decay. Your task is to defeat the Lords of Cinder, god-like creatures corrupted by power.

'EarthBound' sequel bound for Western world?

EarthBound fans, rejoice! Multiple sources are reporting that Nintendo is finally planning on bringing the game's sequel, Mother 3, to the Western world. The game originally launched in Japan on April 20, 2006. Better late than never, right?

Fallout 4 is official: Watch the first trailer

Fallout is back! Set to take place in post-apocalyptic Boston, the open-world RPG is coming to the PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4. An official site for Fallout 4 is now live, though the biggest teaser is the trailer above…

Football reviewed: The sport from a gamer's perspective

If Football—that is, the American National Football League football—used the same naming scheme as "Dungeons & Dragons," we'd call it "Beer Commercials & Cheerleaders." Like dungeons and dragons, beer commercials and cheerleaders are two things that not everyone likes. They are also, however, not The Point of their respective games.

Dark Souls 2 trailer showcases slew of angry enemies

Prepare yourselves, a new era of bone crushing, heart pounding, repetition is upon us. The death-filled epic Dark Souls gripped gamers with its grueling, monster-loaded dungeons and macabre landscapes. Now its successor, Dark Souls II, is hopeful to continue the…

Unknown Worlds, developers of Natural Selection 2, unveil newest project

Unknown Worlds, the creative minds behind Natural Selection 2, are set to take on their next project, dubbed Subnautica. This ambitious venture is the developer's attempt to mesh together elements of exploration, role playing, cinematic, and sandbox games, something that…