This Top 10 list of 2019 games from curmudgeon contributor Chris Compendio is full of oddities, with both indie titles and blockbuster hits.
2019 for me was filled with tons of games from different genres, and even though it was hard to pick 10, here are my favorites from 2019.
This year gave us a ton of excellent games like Resident Evil 2, Days Gone, and more that I loved: here were my top 10 games from 2019.
This year wasn't short of excellent games that were looking to push boundaries like Death Stranding and more: here's my top 10 games of 2019.
Astral Chain, Death Stranding, Super Mario Maker 2, and Erica were some of my favorite games from 2019, with plenty of others in the running.
While 2019 didn't have one, major standout game, it ended up being one of my favorite years in recent memory based on my own personal tastes.
Whether it was putting too much time into Slay the Spire or getting scared out of my mind in RE2, here are my top 10 games of 2019.
DualShockers presents their Game of the Year Awards for 2019, with Judgment winning Staff Choice and Death Stranding nabbing Readers' Choice.
DualShockers' Game of the Year 2019 is upon us. Check our nominations and vote for your favorite games in 2019.
Grab some food and watch our Let's Play and live translation of the first chapter of PS4 exclusive Project Sakura Wars.
Prepare for 100s of hours of more card-based combat with boatloads of secrets to discover in the chilly, new land of Frosthaven.
Looking for a crew to watch The Game Awards with? Then join us over on the official DualShockers Mixer stream later tonight!
What can you expect from The Game Awards 2019? We don't know! So, here are some predictions we hope we see at tonight's show.
Anything can happen when it comes to who will join Super Smash Bros., but I feel now is the prime time to (finally) bring Sora into the fight.
Board game news is light this month between Essen Spiel and PAX Unplugged. That said, there are still a few neat games worth giving a look.
Disney Tsum Tsum Festival is a complete and utter failure of a party game, with only a match-three puzzle mini-game providing even a small amount of fun.
Yacht Club Games' David D'Angelo reflects on the development of everything in Shovel Knight: Treasure Trove in this interview with DualShockers.
While Halo has always operated on a grand scale, playing through the series has me disappointed in how it frames conflicts and characters.
PlayStation earning an award from Guinness is more of a cheap PR stunt than it is a prestigious honor.