The upcoming remake of a PlayStation classic lovingly realizes its characters and vistas in modern resolution. But has Square-Enix tinkered too much with what's under the hood?
After rumblings this morning that The Last of Us II would see a delay, an official communication from game director Neil Druckmann on the PlayStation Blog confirm the news.
Early next year is when the sequel to The Last of Us drops. Are you ready to get justice for Ellie?
From local developer Komi Games, a new game inspired by ever-missed Power Stone is in the works. Launching on Steam Early Access later this year, the multiplayer arena brawler is shaping up nicely. Komi games previously worked on ports of Fossil Hunters and Halcyon 6, the studio’s next game is Mighty Fight Federation. In the […]
Bandai Namco revealed the opening move for the upcoming SRPG Digimon Survive. Featuring an all-new cast and familiar Digimon, the team must battle their way back home.
After months of no news on whether or not Wargroove, the Advanced Wars-inspired game from Chucklefish, would launch on PS4, we are getting closer to a release date. Wargroove launched on Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PC on February 1, with no information about the PlayStation 4 edition. Fans eagerly awaiting words on a release […]
Horizon: Zero Dawn makes up for some minor gameplay flaws with some of the best world building in any medium since Mad Max: Fury Road.
Our Games Editor and Editor-in-Chief discuss the year ahead in video games with a special guest!
Listen as James and Yaw get lost and go to dark places with the horror video game franchise The Last of Us.
Aiden Pearce and the terror of a righteous protagonist in a game without a hero.
Enter for a chance to win one of three pairs of passes to Toronto's Gamercamp Arcade on Saturday, November 2 and Sunday, November 3 from 10 am - 7 pm, courtesy of Dork Shelf and our friends at Gamercamp!
Fan Expo stormed through Toronto to the tune of an estimated 100,000 people over the weekend, and Dork Shelf was there to take in all the sights, sounds, and cosplay on display. Here are a few quick gaming-themed notes from the show floor.
The verdict is in. Sony won, Microsoft lost, Nintendo stayed the course and we can all go home because Jack Tretton dropped the microphone. If only it were that simple.