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Streets of Rogue is a hugely entertaining action RPG with a cast of game-changing player characters.
Bouncy Bullets is a challenging platformer that uses its cutesy looks to lull you into a false sense of security.
The SCP Wiki isn't just about scary monsters. Here are 9 of the site's more creative entries.
Sairento VR is John Wick meets The Matrix meets Kill Bill meets a wandering, arm-punching lunatic.
Finding your Playstation VR headset a little blurry and out of focus? Here's how to improve your PSVR experience.
Dry Drowning is a dystopian detective tale that mashes up mythology and murder.
The 90s gave us some odd fighting games and some even odder characters. Here's ten of the strangest.
Splashed out on a virtual reality headset? Here are seven VR videos worth checking out.
The Sinking City’s Oakmont is a big place but you can save yourself a lot of foot and boat work by using fast travel. Here’s how.
It won’t scare your socks off, but if you can avoid getting bogged down by The Sinking City’s clunkier elements, there’s enough to enjoy here.
Are you playing World War Z and want to change your starting weapon? Here’s how to switch your shotgun for something else.
Do you want to change class in World War Z but aren’t sure how? Here's everything you need to know.
Judgment is more than “more Yakuza”; it’s a markedly different beast that, despite using assets from Yakuza 6, re-introduces you to Kamurocho through a new set of eyes.
If you were previously put off by Pathologic 2’s incessant demands, there’s no better time to jump back in.
It’s been described as Yakuza meets Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney but Judgment, the latest game from Sega’s Ryu ga Gotoku Studio, is more than just a mashup.
The original DOOM is back! Sort of.
It may not have the grand scale of some other space exploration games but Outer Wilds is an enthralling excursion that you’d be mad to miss out.
Danny Dyer may have been right about David Cameron but he’s not the Brit I wanted in Rage 2.
Pathologic 2 is an engaging and disquieting game, one that has the potential to be something really quite special. But its survival mechanics are unnecessarily suffocating.
A Plague Tale: Innocence is absolutely batshit crazy, and I’m okay with that.