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There are times when Resident Evil: Revelations shows true flickers of what made fan-favourite Resident Evil 4 so lauded and unnervingly tense.
Ezio might have been Assassin's Creed's most alluring protagonist so far, but it's time he moves over: Assassin's Creed Origins' Bayek is here.
Super Mario Odyssey is the type of game that I'd probably have taken for granted as a kid, but as an adult, I'll cherish it for decades.
Midnight Shadows is the definitive Yomawari experience for anyone seeking a slightly fresher take on a survival horror game.
What goes best with a shiny new console? An equally shiny twin-stick shooter. No, really! Clue’s in the title.
While games as art continues to be debated, Blood, Sweat, and Pixels is the book that proves they are at least the result of laborious time and passion.
We take a look at how game narratives are changing, with a focus on Breath of the Wild, RiME and What Remains of Edith Finch.
Lichtspeer on Switch packs in the same wave-based fun the game has become known for, with the exception that you can now do so co-operatively with a friend.
There are more members of the 3DS family than you can shake a stick at, but which limited edition designs are the most desirable in 2017? Come take a look.
Metroid: Samus Returns' amalgamation of some things old and some things new results in a 2D Metroid game that is caught in somewhat of an identity crisis.
Originally finding success back in 2011 on mobile platforms, League of Evil is a no frills yet dangerously addictive platform game in its purest form.
Salmon Run offers up a calamari-filled dish of creative ideas that largely succeeds in challenging players to think differently.
Oozing with style and simply bursting with colour, the fact that there hasn’t been an online shooter quite like Splatoon really says a lot about the IP’s sheer originality.
Much like the game’s title and style of play would suggest, I and Me is very much a game of two halves.
It’s not accusations Ultra Despair Girls has you hurling at your foes this time around; just good old fashion bullets.
Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy has quickly become the biggest single-format release of the year, but does this bode well for the wiley bandicoot's future?
If the idea of cracking open a few cold ones with the undead isn’t what B movie fans’ dreams are made of, then I don’t know what is.
When we weren’t discussing the games themselves at this year's E3, these were the other aspects of the show that piqued our interest.
Oooofh! So we’re already roughly half way through this year’s series of E3 press conferences and it’s been a whirlwind of excitement, hype... and...
For the most part the Nintendo Switch is a runaway success, but third parties still can't take advantage of giving their games day and date releases.