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Welcome to Pebberley Island, where things are much the same, only covered in sand.
Trüberbrook is a feast for the eyes but will leave you feeling otherwise empty.
Black Future '88 is a procedurally generated neon-tinged nightmare that will have you reaching for your laser blaster and leg warmers.
Are Devil May Cry 5's enemies annihilating you with their attacks? Here's how to dodge nearly anything they throw at you.
Wondering if you can switch between Devil Breakers in Devil May Cry 5? You can, but at a cost.
Now that Devil May Cry 5 is here, here are five other Capcom games that we'd love to see revived.
We've been hacking and slashing our way through Devil May Cry 5. Here are our early impressions of this heavy metal slaughterfest.
Forgiveness is a taxing puzzler which will bring escape room enthusiasts joy.
Wondering how to level in in ToeJam & Earl: Into the Groove? Here's how.
Find out how to kill your Earthling enemies in ToeJam & Earl: Back in the Groove.
Looking for more of a challenge in ToeJam & Earl: Back in the Groove? Here's how to access Random World Mode.
Are you struggling with Resident Evil 2's Mr X? Here's ten tips to help you handle and avoid the game's most persistent monster.
Controversy or not, Devotion is lovely, haunting stuff.
Even though Metro Exodus takes you out of irradiated Moscow, there are still plenty of occasions when you’ll need your gas mask to avoid radiation.
To get the best ending in Metro Exodus, you need to do these two things.
There are several Doctor Who characters who surely deserve their own TV specials or even their own TV shows. Here’s our pick.
In Metro Exodus, your weapon’s condition wears down as you use it. The solution? You need to keep it clean.
It’s strongly advised that you save your game in Metro Exodus since, if you rely on the auto save, it’s possible to find yourself stuck.
Need some first aid or just a rest? Here’s how to find a safe house in Metro Exodus, in the game’s first open area.
Unlike previous games in the series, you don’t use bullets as money in Metro Exodus. However, you’ll still find yourself low on ammo at times, so here’s how to make new bullets.