Star Trek: 25th Anniversary is a great adventure experience that succeeds at recreating the look and feel of the original TV show.
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The Sonic games might be aging, but this cartoon gem still holds up wonderfully.
Sonic the Hedgehog 2 was the speediest game in town back in 1992. But does it still deserve its spot in fast lane?
Nosferatu: Wrath of Malachi has a great atmosphere and some excellent ideas, but suffers from a collection of small problems that drag down its overall experience.
Video games have played host to some of the best space battles in science fiction. Join us as we share a few of our favorites!
Freespace is a bit lacking in the story department but delivers some of the best battles in the space flight sim genre.
There's nothing like a great, classic western. So why does gaming have so few of them?
Outlaws takes aim at the spaghetti western and scores a bullseye hit in terms of story and style. But does its gameplay still hold up?
The original Final Fantasy isn't widely remembered for having many big moments. Within the confines of its cartridge however, exists one of the franchise's most nerve-wracking sequences.
Released in North America in 1990, Final Fantasy introduced many console gamers to RPGs for the first time. With 25 years between now and then however, is it still a quest worth taking?
If there's one thing many RTS titles share it's a hefty body count. That said, how do you make digital casualties matter and why did Homeworld get it so right?
Homeworld: Cataclysm offers a smaller story and a smaller war but uses them as the framework for great things and big successes.
Homeworld 2 delivered gorgeous graphics and big changes to the gameplay established by its predecessor. The big question though is whether or not those changes are good ones.
Homeworld Remastered is a gorgeous reworking of the 1999 RTS classic. In revamping the original however, did Gearbox perhaps change too much?
Take an already great game and add a cup of Star Wars. Was there ever a better recipe for success?