Blast’s Gamer Gift Guide 2018

We all need a little help during the holidays, especially when it comes time to finding that special gift for someone. From games to accessories to everything in between, our holiday gift guide has plenty of gr...

PAX East 2018: Guacamelee! 2 Hands-on

Drinkbox's Mexican-inspired Metroidvania goodness returns in Guacamelee! 2 and brings with it even more characters, colorful settings, and, yes, chickens! We had a chance to try out a demo of the game at PAX Ea...

PS4 Universal Media Remote review

I have a lot of remotes in my house. There's the one for my cable box, the one for my TV, my Apple TV remote...the one for my sound bar oh and the controllers for each system I have. Note, I've got a universal ...
4.5

Dark Souls III Review: Scars

Whenever I think of Dark Souls, I think of the scene in Jaws where the crew are sitting around the table comparing scars. They’re talking about the scars that serve as souvenirs from each of their greatest batt...
4.0

Fallout 4: Automatron review

Fallout’s Automatron DLC is a robot enthusiast’s dream come true. Not only does this expansion add new robotic enemies to the Commonwealth, but it also provides you with a few quests to complete and the ability...
4.7

Fallout 4 review

As soon as I left the claustrophobic walls of Vault 111, all I could think about was making my way down towards Boston and discovering all the sights and locations Bethesda had imaginatively recreated in their ...
4.0

Rock Band 4 review

With the launch of Rock Band back in 2007, Harmonix introduced a way for players to feel like they were part of a band and rock out to their favorite songs without needing to know how to play an instrument or r...
4.4

Life is Strange: Chapter 1 review

Life is Strange is like watching a coming-of-age movie as an adult and realizing how simple life was back in the day. Walking down your school’s hallways, the only thing you had to worry about was remembering i...