Director Shawn Levy’s sci-fi action flick Free Guy sees Ryan Reynolds play a self-aware NPC living inside a chaotic video game world.
Mortal Kombat's electrifying fight sequences and iconic characters will thrill the series' long-time fans.
Watch our non-gamer review of what happens when you plug your fancy new Xbox Series X into what's still in our hearts a giant movie screen: the LG 77OLEDCX television.
Netflix is developing Ubisoft’s mega-hit video game franchise Assassin’s Creed into a live-action series.
In the spirit of Halloween, That Shelf put together a list of 13 creepy video games available on Xbox Game Pass right now.
After spending over three hours with Assassin's Creed: Valhalla we're ready to try to love the series once again. For the first time in years, we feel like we’re getting a game that marries the old and the new in exciting ways.
We spent over three hours in Watch Dogs: Legion's post-Brexit, cyberpunk version of London last week – and we were left wanting more!
The Final Fantasy VII Remake covers only the opening prologue of the 1997 original game, leaving some to wonder whether it will have the same emotional height as the full story. It succeeds in spades, by taking an early tragic moment and magnifying it to the level of a war crime.
Here are the first 15 minutes of THE LAST OF US PART II, a game that spans 30 hours and some of the most intense and anxiety-inducing gameplay we've ever experienced.
The Last of Us Part 2 is exciting and visceral. The team at Naughty Dog overcame many obstacles and delivered a worthy sequel to one of the biggest games of all time.
Final Fantasy VII Remake takes some cool enemy designs you may know from the original game and fleshes out their background, making for some incredibly memorable boss encounters.
In its early hours, the Final Fantasy VII Remake teases that it's not going to simply follow the script of the 20-plus-year-old PlayStation classic. It makes the player's relationship with the original a central part of the experience.
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?
Our critic reviews the film based on the Sonic the Hedgehog games on which he grew up.
It's like watching a new episode of Dragon Ball Z on YTV.