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If you want a game that actually feels like wrestling rather than joystick waggling, Fire Pro Wresting World is for you.
Behold, the side of Spider-Man you've never seen before.
It's not perfect, but Marvel's Spider-Man is the best that a Spider-Man game has ever been, knocking even the long-lauded Spider-Man 2 off its perch.
If you've a love of Lovecraftian horror, naval combat or procedurally generated exploration, you can pick up Sunless Sea: Zubmariner Edition on PlayStation 4 now.
SCUM pits various death row prisoners both against each other and the living dead, for the amusement of the viewing public. Here's how our first few days in the game went.
Stuck for cash in Sunless Sea or Sunless Sea: Zubmariner Edition? Here’s how to make some quick cash.
Have you bought Sunless Sea: Zumbariner Edition on the PS4, or purchased the Zubmariner add-on for the PC version, but aren’t sure how to get the Zumbarine? Here’s how.
Not sure how to save your game in Sunless Sea: Zubmariner Edition on the PlayStation 4? Here’s how.
Do you find curing people of their ailments pleasurable? Two Point Hospital might just be right up your street. But can you also balance the books?
Looking to train up Two Point Hospital’s doctors so they approach an acceptable level of competency? Here’s how.
Two Point Hospital’s staff are a selfish lot, demanding things like “breaks” and “being able to use the toilet”. Here’s how to stop your staff having breaks.
TerraTech blends the blocky aesthetic of Minecraft with a robust vehicle-building system and offers a world of creative possibilities. So naturally, I’ve chosen to build a tank shaped like an arse.
If you’re stuck getting Blue Points in Graveyard Keeper, the same points you need to unlock some of the later technologies, here’s how to get them.
If you’re stuck getting Science in Graveyard Keeper, which is in turn needed to generate Blue Points, here’s how to get it.
Not Tonight is a PC game that envisions a post-Brexit world where those without 100% Anglo-Saxon heritage are treated as second class citizens.
Martyr does, piece by piece, deliver a tale worthy of the Warhammer 40,000 universe, but it’s wrapped around a rather uninspiring dungeon crawler.
The latest Doctor Who comic from Titan Comics set during the Victorian era and there are robots aplenty, but there’s not a great deal of steam.
While it can be tough to get into, Graveyard Keeper is an engrossing, if sometimes gruesome, game.
State of Mind delivers a stellar sci-fi experience that, while comparable to other entries in the genre, has a character all its own.
We Happy Few, a dystopian action/adventure game from Compulsion Games that released this week, has a secret early ending. Here’s how to get it.