Metro Exodus Review - the third entry in the series opens things up in the surroundings of the world and enhances the gameplay.
Saints Row IV: Re-Elected is one of the most manic adventure games you are likely to ever enjoy.
Saints Row Gat out of Hell is a decent little side game to the main series, but it carries some of the issues the previous games have had as well.
Metro Redux is one of the best values you can get in this new generation of gaming. It contains two games that were fantastic long before being updated.
Saints Row IV is one of my favorite games of 2013 and a great guilty pleasure. It may not have the complete polish and shine of something like Grand Theft Auto V, but it has some of the best open world gameplay in years and some hilarious writing and acting to boot. When talking Saints [...]
The Saints Row series began as a fun, yet clunky, Grand Theft Auto clone. What it has turned into is anything but. Saints Row 1 placed players in the shoes of the recruit chasing gang-bangers across the mean streets of Stillwater and completing various missions in an attempt to take over as much turf as [...]
Sometimes it's ok for a game to not take itself too seriously. Saints Row 4 takes this to a whole new level, with fantastic results. While past games had you in control of a small gang, this new iteration has you take the role of the President of the United States. This is all fine and dandy until aliens decide they're going to take over and abduct most of your crew. As cliche as that sounds, it sets the stage perfectly for the zaniness that follows.
The Metro franchise has had a turbulent past year. Metro 2033 released in 2010 for PC and the Xbox 360 as a game based on a novel of the same title by Russian author Dmitry Glukhovsky. It followed the escapades of protagonist Artyom as he worked his way through the dangerous underground metro of Moscow [...]