Sony and Evolution Studios unleash Driveclub, the first full on racing game for the PlayStation 4.
Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS is the first of two Smash Bros. games this year, and the first ever on a handheld. It offers the series' signature over-the-top battles in the palm of your hand, while managing to uphold the high standards that Smash fans have come to expect...
Persona 4 Arena Ultimax continues the high standards of a narrative driven fighting game that were set by its predecessor, 2012's Persona 4 Arena by proving that you can tell a fan service driven story, and be a deep fighting game.
The latest Zelda game, Hyrule Warriors, isn't the Zelda you know and love, but that's okay, because it's still a whole lot of fun to play.
Theatrhythm Final Fantasy: Curtain Call is a true second act to the original Theatrhythm; more songs, characters, and modes that Final Fantasy fans know and love.
Murasaki Baby is simple - all you have to do is hold Baby's hand through some of the most twisted and intense puzzles the Vita has to offer.
From the team that brought you the Halo franchise, Bungie, returns with their new project, Destiny - the next evolution of shooters, that's setting the standard for the next generation of gaming.
No Going Back is the culmination of everything that has happened on Clementine's journey so far, both good and bad (but mostly bad). Season 2 ends with players being faced with some of the most difficult decisions of the 'Walking Dead' series.
Set in a fictional universe, where two major military powers are trying to nuke the moon, CounterSpy evokes the political unrest of the 1960s, 70s, and 80s in a quirky, stealth action, thriller that's creeping onto Sony's platforms.
Hohokum, finds itself right at the intersection of game and non-game, where it gives players a non-linear, interest-driven world to zip around in ... as a floating snake-thing. It's a little weird, but it's also a little wonderful.