Brittany Vincent Archives
Brittany Vincent has been covering video games and tech for over
a decade for publications like G4, Popular Science, Playboy, Empire,
Complex, IGN, GamesRadar, Polygon, Kotaku, Maxim, GameSpot, Variety,
Rolling Stone, Yahoo, and more. She's also appeared as a speaker at
video game conventions like PAX East and has coordinated social media
for companies like CNET.
The latest footage of the System Shock remake's Cyberspace mode is shown off in the newest look at the game.
Popular rhythm game Pop'n Music is making its return ith Pop'n Music Lively, which is already available to play via online beta.
The classic shooter Rise of the Triad is making its way to consoles and PC with a remaster set for release sometime in 2021.
Tell Me Why is Dontnod Entertainment's latest narrative-driven adventure that follows a pair of twins haunted by the mysteries of their past.
Take on the mantle of Dutch once more in Predator: Hunting Grounds as the younger version of Schwarzenegger's character arrive next week.
Actor Keanu Reeves may have appeared in his share of dream roles over the years, but there's one he's still hoping to play.
Mafia II was a mobster after my own heart in 2010, and for good reason. You owe it to yourself to experience what it means to be a Scaletta.
Style Savvy has consistently killed it when it comes to fashion video games, and it's high time it received a little appreciation.
Surgeon Simulator 2 looks like a hilarious take on the first game, with plenty more things to do and surgeries to perform.
Defenders of Oasis is one of the Game Gear's most underrated role-playing games in the system's library and definitely worth your time.
Dontnod Entertainment's latest project Twin Mirror is no longer episodic, as revealed during this year's PC Gaming Show.
Persona 4 Golden is coming to PC, making it the first game in the Persona series to make its way to the platform.
Housemarque's upcoming shooter with roguelike elements is an intriguing title, and it's heading to PlayStation 5.
Astro's Playroom is an offshoot of Astro-Bot Rescue Mission for PlayStation VR, and it's coming to PS5, but there's no mention of VR.
At long last, new gameplay footage from developer Tango Gameworks and publisher Bethesda's GhostWire: Tokyo debuted during Sony's PlayStation 5 reveal