"I was a bit leery about this title when I saw Activision’s logo on the box, but they didn’t seem to taint this title at all. In fact, some aspects of this game have found their way into Call of Duty: Black Ops. Weird, right? I’m guessing some developers from this title meandered their way over to the Call of Duty office and helped with those titles."

The announcement of Disney canceling Disney Infinity has many gamers disappointed. The last few years have been good for the so-called "Toys to Life" games. Skylanders, Lego Dimensions, Disney Infinity, Nintendo’s Amiibos have all filled this niche. The bigger question remains is this the slow decline of the popularity across the genre? What is going to happen over the next few years? What's next for the genre?

April is here, which means Garage sales are back. Hopefully, this means there are plenty of people selling games at Garage Sales. Welcome back to the weekly adventures of one of the guys from The Gamers Lounge as he tries to hunt down some great finds.

As a long-time fan of the Paper Mario series, I was hesitant to pick up this title because of its emphasis on platforming instead of the turn-based system I enjoyed, but I once I gave it a try I was pleasantly surprised. It’s just as packed with wacky ideas and fun dialogue as the previous installments, but since this title is less text-heavy a lot of those concepts were instead used on gameplay elements and world/enemy designs. People that might enjoy this game are those that like the big, g...

"Nintendo has been cranking out Legend of Zelda remake after remake for almost five years, and I’m honestly not complaining. I never had the chance to play the N64 titles so having them being on the 3DS is a nice boon to me. My favorite Zelda of all time is Wind Waker and I have no problem replaying that masterpiece, and just recently Twilight Princess was re-released, a title that I enjoyed in the final days of the GameCube. I’m thrilled to have all these titles in my library and I am current..."

Luke Kemp writes- Shigeru Miyamoto (the creator of Mario, in case you don't know what videogames are) is still at Nintendo today and, although he's climbed through the ranks until he's almost at the very top, he still gets his hands dirty helping to make games wherever possible and is still regarded as an electronic god by people both within and without the industry.

NPD has released information on the best selling video gaming titles of 2015 in Australia and New Zealand. Activision’s Black Ops 3 is the best selling software title across both these regions with Halo 5: Guardians, the sole exclusive title making an entry on the Australian chart.

Skylands is on the verge of collapse, a special Skylanders team called the SuperChargers have been assembled to stop Kaos and his most evil weapon yet, the Doomstation of Ultimate Doomstruction. Embark on an epic adventure across sea, land and air to stop Kaos and save Skylands. Come find out why, Skylanders SuperChargers is the best Skylanders game to date.

While it teaches good lessons, there’s little incentive to keep playing. To make matters worse, the camera system is a pain in the butt to navigate with and the interface is not very intuitive. If I, as an adult, was struggling with it, how will a young child do?

Rodea the Sky Soldier is one of those games I have been looking forward to for a long time. Originally, the game was to be released on the Wii in 2010 and a few years later it was announced for the 3DS. Now after 5 years, all three versions of the game are released at the same time (The Wii version bundled with first print copies of the Wii U version). Has the game been worth the wait after all this time?

Tired of spending countless hours gaming on a stiff, inadequate chair that causes discomfort? These chairs are designed to provide ample support, comfy cushioning, and even enhanced audio to really bring together your overall gaming experience.

Giving away multiple prizes, Currently Up for Grabs is 2 $50 Gift Cards to Leaptrade.com & Minecraft Story Mode Season Pass, More to come! Prizes will be added throughout the month of December.

The holiday season is upon us, and now comes the daunting task of trying to figure out what games to buy your kids. With so many games out on the market, it’s hard to know which games are best suited for younger kids or teenagers