The Legend of Zelda: Tri Force Heroes for 3DS is one of only a small handful of multiplayer Zelda games. Its unusual mechanics and irreverent tone definitely mark it as a spin-off rather than an essential installment in the series. Tri Force Heroes attempts some things that no other Zelda games have tried, to mixed results.
Platforms: Xbox One, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, Windows PC
We played on: PlayStation 4
There is only one reason to play a sports video game—to recreate that sport in the comfort of your home. Unlike other games, which could appeal to a wide variety of audiences for a multitude of reasons, sports games are designed specifically to please die-hard fans of that sport.
Available For: PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Mac, PC, Wii U, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3
We Played On: PlayStation 4
Disney Infinity 3.0 takes Disney’s spanking new Star Wars franchise and turns it into a campaign that will have parents and kids excited to see their favorite characters on the screen.
But while Disney Infinity 3.0 makes huge improvements in terms of gameplay and structure, it still feels simultaneously like too much and not enough. Read More
I love Animal Crossing. Maybe it’s better to say I LOVE Animal Crossing. I spent lots of time playing the original GameCube version and went on to play Wild Word for literally a year. I just finished playing through the latest in the series, Animal Crossing: Happy Home Designer. It’s the first time I’ve talked to a character in an Animal Crossing game in a long time. Hearing the delightful high-pitched jibber jabber was the first thing that sucked me back into the world I’ve loved for so long. But this game is a different take on the traditional Animal Crossing formula, and I didn’t quite know what to expect. However, despite some minor irritations, I ended up liking what I played quite a bit. Read More