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Completing that additional objective in Sliding Slab Shuffle is tougher than it should be, but here's what you need to know.
Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker tells the story of Toad and Toadette and their adventures hunting for treasure in their wacky, exciting, and dangerous world.
Here’s how to get everything in The King of Pyropuff Peak level of Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker.
The Lion’s Song is certainly a unique story from start to finish and those that enjoy a relaxing point-and-click are sure find this one to their liking.
Let’s play GroOoOoOove Coasterrrr!
A retro-styled roguelike dungeon crawler from Ratalaika Games, Devious Dungeon might not be original, but it sure is addictive.
Overwatch's latest hero, Hammond, is a hamster. It's absolutely ridiculous, but he's pretty cute.
Author S.D. Perry has written seven novels based on the Resident Evil series. If you're a fan of the games, you really ought to give them a read.
Quantic Dream's latest release, Detroit: Become Human may have plenty of faults, but it's still a very important game in many ways.
With just one friend, hockey-themed party game Clusterpuck 99 can soon get boring, but with eight players it can be a riotous blast.
If you like tower defence games then Spacejacked is sure to be right up your... space alley?
Here's our hand-picked selection of the best LGBTQ+ content on Netflix US.
Sushi Striker: The Way of Sushido is a story-heavy strategy puzzle game from Nintendo, available now on 3DS and Switch.
If you're in need of an easy-to-pick-up hack and slash RPG, you can't go far wrong with Omensight.
It's probably better than yours, too. Prepare to be jealous.
Despite being two years since its original release on PC, Death Road to Canada is still as brilliant as ever.
The number of 80s references will make the game worthwhile for many players, but don’t expect the enjoyment from Saturday Morning RPG to last much more than, well, a Saturday morning.
Doughlings: Arcade, at first glance, may seem like an outdated game from the early 2000s, but spend a bit of time with it and you'll soon see it's a fun, modern twist on a classic.
Here are some of our favourite LGBTQ characters in games. We feel for them, we relate to them, and we thank the game creators for giving these characters positive representation.
I can’t say that I fully knew what to expect when I first turned on 39 Days to Mars, but I can now confirm that it was a very pleasant surprise.