Mortal Kombat X follows up the 2011 reboot of the franchise by introducing a handful of updates that make it feel like one of the most robust MK games ever released.
Axiom Verge is a love letter to classic titles like Metroid and Castlevania, both in style and execution.
Jamestown+ brings together everything that you either love or hate about the shoot 'em up genre, and wraps it up in a wonderfully twisted, historical package.
Ori and the Blind Forest blends an outstanding aesthetic presentation with a solid core gaming experience to produce a unique game that appeals both to the eyes as well as the thumbs.
Code Name S.T.E.A.M. infuses a bit of action into Intelligent Systems' signature tactical gameplay to create a whole new experience on the Nintendo 3DS.
If you're looking for a solid co-op experience for you and your friends, look no further than Sony's latest planet protecting experience, Helldivers.
Starwhal is a game where you use a space narwhal's tusk to stab other narwhals in the heart. It's weird, but oh so wonderful.
Under Night In-Birth Exe:Late comes to the PlayStation 3 as an all new fighting game from some of the genre's most respected developers.
Kirby and the Rainbow Curse offers up some varied gameplay and a crazy, claymation-inspired art style that sets a new standard for Nintendo making it a solid entry into this classic franchise.
The New Nintendo 3DS XL makes Nintendo's latest system faster and lighter, as well as adds a handful of additional features that should please the portable gaming community.