Trevor | September 9
Dota 2's Battle Pass features a new special co-op mode, and it owns. Hop on into the Labyrinth and enjoy a Diabloesque adventure.
Trevor | July 20
A brief romp into Them's Fightin' Herds revealed a multitude of fantastic surprises. Anyone who's counted this one out due to the cutesy aesthetic, it's time to reconsider.
Staff | June 29
We present our top games of 2019, along with some additional categories for good measure.
Trevor | May 30
Put Ratatouille on PS2 back in the oven.
Trevor | April 14
Resident Evil 3 (2020) conjured up similar feelings as the 1999 version of the same name. That is to say, a decent sequel to a fantastic game that overshadows it completely.
Trevor | March 22
As a huge fan of the third Secret of Mana, now rebranded as Trials of Mana, I've been eagerly anticipating the upcoming remake... until I played the demo, that is.
Trevor | February 26
Welcome to Live Action Games
Trevor | January 3
2019, a year I fell quite behind in a sea of good releases. Here's my favorites among what I managed to pick up, and a list of what I'm excited to get around to.
Trevor | December 3
Once a popular business model for MMOs, the traditional subscription service approach now has only two major survivors — World of Warcraft, and Final Fantasy: XIV.
Alan | November 25
Over the course of this week, Tilting at Pixels will bring you coverage of the work-in-progress debate over the Game of the Century.
Trevor | September 4
There are now two games one could play bearing the title World of Warcraft, but they're hardly comparable experiences. Here's what its like to be new to both in the year 2019.
Trevor | May 22
Sora and friends frolic through many Disney lands on their quest to be keyblade masters, but not all Disneyland parks are created equal. Here's every world, ranked from worst to best.
Staff | April 20
We present our top 10 games of 2018, a wide variety of additional categories, and a full stack rank of our top 50 games.
Trevor | March 20
A powerful testament to individuality, self-reflection, and allowing people to be themselves.