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Spooky ghosts were born in it.
From Software left fantasy for horror, and the results are mind-blowing.
BC continues his stroll down horror video game memory lane.
Good for FAR CRY; bad for Bigfoot.
Gamey rabbits and gamier lynxes.
“I like space and I like you!”
Telltale continue to teach everyone else how licensed storytelling is done.
Terrible dialogue doesn’t sink Dontnod and Square Enix’s supernatural episodic game.
BC continues his trend of discussing the horror video games of yore.
This studio, man.
BioWare outdo themselves with their most dauntingly enormous RPG yet.
The latest Telltale tale is funny, ambitious and better than the games upon which it’s based.
Read Andrew's review of the Native Alaskan game, and enter to win one of five copies of it.
Travel to Not-Nepal, meet a lot of new people, and kill them.
Brian takes on another video game adaptation of a favorite horror film.
Activision injects some much-needed fun into their cash cow's bones, but its brain is still paranoid and its heart still cold.
Diary of a space trucker(‘s daughter (who is also a space trucker)).
No Cumberbatch or Downey required.
A beautiful, haunting, frustrating weird-fiction take on GONE HOME.
BC reviews "No Going Back," the fifth and final episode of Telltale Games' THE WALKING DEAD: SEASON 2.
At last, you too can experience the agony of thirsting to death in the desert.
BC's no longer hopeful that the second season of the game series might top the first.
Made a note in my diary on my way to the front. Simply says, "Bugger."
The new game from the creator of the holographic video game in HER.
BC revisits the most successful slasher franchise adapted into a video game.
God damn ghost cop.
Ubisoft's new IP might be really good someday. But today is not that day.
Unless you still are, in which case you probably shouldn't be playing it.
The most emotionally moving video game ever to feature Moon Nazis.
The BASTION followup has intriguing characters, great gameplay and a murky story.
BC takes a look at the latest installment of Telltale's WALKING DEAD gaming series.
The words "You Died" start to look weird when you see them this often.
More like one and a half miles when you factor in the zig-zagging.
Which will be crowned Goat GOTY?
Stompy mechs and jumpy pilots high-five over CALL OF DUTY's corpse.
Andrew gets googly-eyed and giddy over gleaming gadgetry.
Brian offers his opinion on the latest chapter of Telltale Game' epic sadface saga.
Surely there's a limit to how high the stakes can be raised in this series.
A game of light and dark in so many ways.
The further adventures of the big bad wolf and his ill-fitting person suit.
Between WRONGFULLY ACCUSED and THE NAKED GUN 2 1/2 on the Nielsen scale.
Not to mention some truly spectacular potential for slash fiction.
Vikings gonna vike.
And dares to not answer them. The cheek of it!
A CHOOSE YOUR OWN ADVENTURE-style RPG.
This might be the beginning of the end of the dominance that CALL OF DUTY has enjoyed.
FABLES has never been better. "Episode One - Faith" shows tons of promise.
Fantastic Fest's videogame showcase offered an incredible selection this year. Here are Alex's favorites.
Guest reviewer Matthew Kitchen plays the "interactive experience" with its outspoken creator and reports back on the man and the myth.
Investing time in GTA ONLINE right now is a crapshoot. But it may also be worth the risk.
Alex reviews the text-based puzzler that's unlike anything else out there.
ZERO CHARISMA co-director and renowned video game enthusiast Andrew Matthews drops in for a spoiler-filled discussion about one of the year's best games, THE LAST OF US.
Take the red pill, round up Vice President Keith David and save the world.
Telltale Games adds a new episode to THE WALKING DEAD and turns it into a short story collection.
The only game inspired by Nicolas Winding Refn’s DRIVE gets a console version. Carnage has never been more beautiful.
Brutal, beautiful and as cinematic as gaming gets, Naughty Dog's PS3 exclusive THE LAST OF US is astounding.
The developer of RESISTANCE and RATCHET & CLANK wants you to play nice with your friends, and kill hundreds of people.
A flawed, half-decayed, fully irradiated masterpiece.
That zombie game with the killer marketing (and not much else) returns for a second installment.
Alex chimes in with his opinion on the game everyone's talking about.
BC takes a look at that other WALKING DEAD game.
Say goodbye to one of the greatest games of our generation with the last DLC.
Welcome our new Badass Digest Gaming Editor, Alex Riviello!
BC reviews the spin-off of the METAL GEAR franchise.
Kevin Kelly takes a glimpse at Bungie's new game DESTINY and brings you the scoop.
Alex bemoans the lack of horror in DEAD SPACE 3, a weakness that attacks all later entries in a franchise.
BC revisits the 1985 video game from Capcom and finds it really, really hard.
BC takes a look at Telltale's zombie game.
The single best LORD OF THE RINGS game yet made.
The makers of BORDERLANDS 2 came to the New York Comic Con to show off ALIENS: COLONIAL MARINES, and Alex was there to get his hands bloody. So was Lance Henriksen.
Bethesda's latest slinks in to slit your throat. Is it the stealth game you've been waiting for?
Better than the comics or TV show? The video game might be the best WALKING DEAD yet.
Alex likes this game so much, he'll own it twice.
1960s Batman look, 2000s Batman violence.
A dark take on an old school adventure game.
What? What is this? The best RESIDENT EVIL game since RE4 is on the 3DS?
Alex blows some stuff up in SAINTS ROW: THE THIRD and reports back.