How to Train Your Dragon 2 is a decent enough game. But I'd wait for a sale to get it. Or just rent it. If it had more content, I'd feel differently.
Another E3 has come and gone. But the constant thrill of walking through aisles and witnessing the some of the finest games world has to offer remains. Here's the Games Guru's Best of E3.
Kirby: Triple Deluxe stars one of my favorite Nintendo characters, Kirby. The lovable, round puffball has magical powers galore, including the ability to swallow objects, spit them out or use their properties to defend himself. There's something about Kirby that always keeps me coming back for more.
Somewhere between an arcade game and a simulation, Mario Golf: World Tour lets you play on courses that sometimes look real and sometimes are inspired by Nintendo games.
If you've never played a FIFA game before, the many features in FIFA World Cup Brazil will get you going. But for those who play FIFA a decent amount, EA needs to find a way to better emulate the fervent excitement and wild patriotism of a real World Cup match.
MLB 14: The Show proves that if you innovate with loving care, you can do great things with a video game series that's seen so many installments.
The Lego Movie has been a massive success, and most of that has to do with its heart. The question is, does The Lego Movie Videogame have the same heart?
The idea of playing a videogame to get in shape is a great one. But in trying to be all things to all people, Wii Fit U becomes a kind of mish-mosh. Still, Wii Fit U works decently and is fun.
It’s awards time! This year, there were so many outstanding games that giving out the Boysies was the hardest process in recent memory. There were more games to consider with the launch of the PS4 and Xbox One. But cue the fanfare: Here are The Boysies!
Even though the experience can be wondrous, it's hard to talk definitively about the wonders of the Xbox One. That's because Xbox One is still a work in progress. So, should you buy it now or wait until they iron things out?
It's huge question: Should you buy the new PlayStation 4 game console? The short answer: Yes, definitely. But maybe not quite yet. Let's take a deeper look.
Pokémon X and Y offer some of deepest play you can get in a game today. If you want value and excitement, this intelligent re-imagining of Pokémon is the way to go this fall.
Awesome. Yes, indeed. You’re going to feel a sense of awe early in Rayman Legends. Awe about the beautiful artwork. Awe about the generally well-balanced game play. Awe about the sweeping, stirring music. And it’s going to stay with you throughout the game.
A few years ago, Skylanders — with its adventure game and action figures — came out of nowhere to become a big best-seller. Now Skylanders has a challenger called Disney Infinity. Is it a worthy competitor? The Games Guru has the answer.
Turbo: Super Stunt Squad has some flaws, but the Games Guru says its still a pretty good game. Especially for the price.
Despite a few flaws, Animal Crossing: New Leaf is a constantly engaging simulation for the Nintendo 3DS that’s great for everybody in the family and rarely fails to surprise.
E3 has come and gone, and one thing is clear: The next generation consoles and games will transport you to a level of realism you’ve never seen before. Of course, no one has played these games through to the finish. But from my Guru’s eye view, here are the 10 most promising games of E3.
You never can tell about the finished product from a preview disk. Yet one thing is clear: There is bold imagination in Grid 2, and that’s always a good sign. Hopefully, the gameplay will turn out to be even better than what I’ve seen.
The last time Luigi starred in a Nintendo game was back in 2001’s Luigi’s Mansion for GameCube. Mario’s cool twin brother really deserves more starring roles. The GameCube offering was good, but the new Luigi’s Mansion: Dark Moon is even better.
It’s like James Bond with Legos! Lego City Undercover is the first new Nintendo series in a long time, and this open-world game is really the first must-have Nintendo game of the year.
Sly Cooper is a raccoon who’s also thief. But he’s not a bad guyl. He steals only from other thieves. In Sly Cooper: Thieves in Time, the fourth chapter in the Sly saga, the wily mammal travels through time with a few smart pals to unravel a great mystery.