Children of Morta is a difficult but satisfying dungeon crawler best played when you make it a family affair like the titular clan themselves.
MageQuit is one of the year’s best party games, but it’s so good that it has the potential to go beyond that and become a popular esport.
Though I don’t particularly enjoy Dark Souls, that’s only because of its setting. Dark fantasy doesn’t do it for me, but the tough-as-nails gameplay — that I can get into. […]
No one expected a Groundhog Day sequel, but virtual reality is weird enough to deliver one anyway. Fans of the movie should check it out.
KFC made a video game. It’s terrible. What’s worse, though, is literally everything else about KFC. Don’t let them off the hook.
When the likes of Resident Evil and Silent Hill began to fall off their horror pedestal, it left a vacancy for a new kind of horror to emerge. In their […]
We went hands-on with 15 games at PAX West that make a comfy fit here on Game Together. Click through to get some more family and co-op games on your radar.
As a racing game, it would be pretty good. But as a racing game with one of the coolest and most detailed damage models I’ve ever seen, Wreckfest is transformed from destruction derby fodder to king of the hill. It’s got to be the best racing game of 2019.
Subdivision Infinity DX makes for a fun first flight for new pilots to the game genre, but it’s also a decent return to the cockpit if you’ve played this sort of thing before — albeit with some gripes.
Wolfenstein Youngblood takes several steps away from what you’ve come to understand this series is, but it still shines thanks to its leading ladies and killer gunplay.
Despite trailing behind two racing juggernauts in Sonic and Crash this summer, the felines of Meow Motors deliver our favorite kart racer of 2019.
Super Mega Baseball 2 dazzled sports gaming fans when it launched last spring on many major platforms. Now it’s on the Switch, and fits like a (baseball) glove.
The week behind us was a less eventful one in terms of gaming, but only because we were in the maternity ward welcoming our fourth player to co-op sessions.
Starlink: Battle for Atlas was once picked on for arriving to the toys-to-life party much too late. But thanks to some innovative ideas and a lot of narrative charm, it ends up being our favorite of the short-lived genre.
The last week saw four new family or co-op games make room on our hard drives and into our hearts. Some found more lasting places there than others.
Spoiler Alert: This feature will discuss RiME’s unforgettable story at length. It’s absolutely best enjoyed by playing it first. If you haven’t played it yet, bookmark us, and come back […]