This historical combat game is both brutal and beautiful. But is it something you’ll want your teens wading into?
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The movie-like vibe of playing a Predator is undeniably compelling, but it can’t be called good hunting.
A classic gaming franchise gets an immersive, VR-only sequel. But what does this game immerse you in?
The remake of this 1999 game adds two decades of realism and detail to this already gore-drenched zombie apocalypse.
There’s really only one franchise that corners the market on gory, gloppy demon-butchering.
There’s a potent new challenger vying for the battle royale crown—this time with the M-rated Call of Duty backdrop.
Hideo Kojima’s newest effort is a strange and creative concoction that’s equally awesome and awful.