Toronto game developer Jon Remedios discusses his new local multiplayer game about stupid triangles.
The new party game is an enjoyable diversion best appreciated with good friends and good beer.
For Honor is a great multiplayer experience that over-explains a good idea.
Ubisoft's medieval mashup is shaping up to be a dynamic and accessible multiplayer option.
Ubisoft showed off the For Honor campaign and answered a few questions during a recent Fan Expo panel in Toronto.
Halo 5 pairs excellent multiplayer and co-op gameplay with a lackluster story that repeats the mistakes of Halo 2.
With its welcoming design and regular content updates, Splatoon is the rare online shooter that remains accessible and fun for players of all ages.
We spoke with Halo 5 Creative Director Tim Longo about Master Chief and the practical benefits of a more expansive Halo universe.
These are the meaningful personal connections you make when you first venture into the world of party chat in Call of Duty.
Clusterpuck 99 is a solid local multiplayer title stuck on the wrong platform.
Turtle Rock's upcoming Evolve is an exercise in Natural Selection and game development.
Master Chief is back, now under the banner of Halo-centric studio 343 Industries at the start of a whole new “Reclaimer” trilogy. In its return, Halo 4 may have just accomplished its duty, but does that mean it can win the war for a massive demographic's trigger fingers after being MIA for some key years?
Starhawk, from LightBox Interactive and Sony Santa Monica, is an ambitious game that combines several genres in an attempt to create a unique experience for gamers. Unfortunately, Starhawk seems content with stuffing its well-crafted and genre-bending gameplay into a very standard — and safe— game with few surprises and little ingenuity in terms of game modes and game types.
It is time to dust off your old consoles, its time to regain your muscle memory. We here at the Underground are opening our doors and plugging in some classic systems!
Everyone's favourite "war-themed hat simulator," Team Fortress 2, released its "Uber Update" yesterday. Aside from bringing a lot of improvements and additions to the 2007 first person shooter, the game's developers have announced that it will shift to a free-to-play model which is driven by micro-transactions.