Indie shoot-em-up Broforce, from South African developer Free Lives, oozes with personality the moment you press start. But its mechanics, load times and frame rate hiccups mar an otherwise solid shooting experience.
Before Call of Duty, there was Medal of Honor. Electronic Arts' first-person shooter franchise, which spent most of its time in the World War II era, released Pacific Assault in 2003 focused on the eastern campaign. You can download it for free from EA's Origin service.
We've got something a little different for you this week. In the style of the mash-up, indie developers from StabYourself.net created "MariO," a mix between Nintendo's Super Mario Bros. and Valve's Portal. Yes, you want to play it.
If you like Zelda, but think the dialogue is a bit too dry, then Dink Smallwood may be for you. The 1998 action RPG follows the exploits of a modest pig farmer trying to save his world, and a high definition version can be downloaded for free today!
Treyarch's latest entry in the blockbuster shooting franchise "Call of Duty" ends with a puzzling sequence of firefights that shows the dissonance between what developers are trying to do and what their audience demands of them.
A dearth of features and maps doesn't stop EA Dice's Star Wars-themed shooter from being one of the most fun ways to pretend you're a foot soldier - or a hero - in that most intergalactic of conflicts.
Naughty Dog has released a bite-sized sample of multiplayer gameplay from the upcoming fourth entry in its wildly popular "Uncharted" series for Playstation consoles. What does the package have to offer?
Kip Hill joined The Spokesman-Review in 2013. He currently is a reporter for the City Desk, covering the marijuana industry, local politics and breaking news. He previously hosted the newspaper's podcast.