2023 is in the rearview and a new slew of games are on the horizon. But while you're waiting, you might want to spend some of your Christmas money from Grandma on one of these hits you missed.
Ryan Eighmey shares his struggles to keep up with the latest video games when life gets in the way, and why we shouldn't feel pressured to push ourselves.
Mike Mordenga shows how the story of creation and redemption is interwoven into the lore of Mortal Kombat 1.
With Thanksgiving coming up soon, Craig Nash takes us through a list of video games that help us focus on themes that foster gratitude.
Ryan Guerra takes us through what the sidequests of Final Fantasy XVI and what they have taught him about human connection.
With PlayStation's "Project Q" on the way, it got us thinking about handheld consoles that changed the game.
Radio Matt loved Ted Lasso's finale and he thought most people agreed. But for some reason, a lot of online critics are here to tell him why he's wrong.
Radio Matt shares his experience with the Gate Zero demo game in advance of the launch of the Kickstarter for the full game. Gate Zero is an immersive Biblical game, where you travel back in time to the 1st century to solve an age-old mystery.
Pistols, Tombs, and Polygons: When are They Coming Back? (Or, How to Justify Exploring the Peruvian Jungle in a Bikini)
Emeri Glen balances her love for the later installments of a franchise that begin as an oversexualized objectification of women in the jungle. Is there redemption for the Lara Croft franchise?
With The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom being the biggest thing in gaming right now, parents who haven't experienced the Zelda series themselves might be cautious about letting their child dive in. Craig Nash is here to help put your fears to rest.