Anthony John Agnello is a writer living in New York. He works as the Community Manager of Joystiq.com and his writing has appeared in The AV Club, Salon, Edge, and many others. He is patiently waiting for Namco to finish Klonoa 3.
More than two years after hitting Nintendo 3DS in Japan, Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate finally makes its way to the US to try and bring the series to new players. Thanks to subtle but affecting changes, the game is more welcoming than any of…
After 16 years, Grim Fandango has been resurrected. Rather than completely overhaul it, Double Fine has smartly preserved one of Tim Schafer and LucasArts’ best works, letting its resonant life in the land of the dead shine.
Saints Row IV is a fun game, and it’s a funny game. While it’s absurd comedy about an alien invasion is solid on a surface level, it’s the underlying perspective on the sum total of video games that makes it genius.
This new HD re-mastering of the 2002 Gamecube version of Resident Evil is the best way there is to enjoy Shinji Mikami’s puzzling horror thanks to admirable presentation and smartly reconsidered controls.