E3 2013


Ah, the toy box. It’s a magical swirl of figures and play sets, brought together by the power of your imagination. Wild stories are told, unheard-of rivalries are tested and logic is thrown out of the window. Disney Infinity tries to recreate this special place in the virtual space, while still giving you the physical pieces you need to clutter up your house. READ MORE


Daedalic Entertainment released a number of point-and-click adventure games over the last couple years. By and large, they’ve all been well-received, though the premiere series to this point has been Deponia. Now, with Goodbye Deponia, the saga of noted anti-hero Rufus will come to an end. READ MORE


1954 Alcatraz is more mature and “American” than most of Daedalic’s work; the game explores and embraces the social diversity of San Francisco, as well as the brutal, fight-ridden despair of prison. It has its whimsical moments, but it definitely shows its film noir influences.


Shin Megami Tensei IV is the latest in a series that has, as of late, fallen in the shadow of its Persona spin-off franchise. While the two have similar themes, the story, settings and gameplay differ greatly. Fans of Persona would do well to check it out though, and this modern, fresh 3DS title may be a great opportunity. READ MORE


Before E3 even started, we knew we’d see the new Wii U Mario Kart. Now that we have, it’s clear that it doesn’t stray too far from the series’ past, but it does add a new element that can turn things upside down. READ MORE